Report by Paula Antolini
October 19, 2018, 9:34AM EDT
The Herren Project — Presentation to Prevent Addiction and Promote Wellness, Nov. 1st in BHS Auditorium
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“There is no greater gift than sharing recovery with others. Watching the trust build and healing start. Wellness starts within each of us. It is a choice to live, make positive decisions and be better.”
– Chris Herren
The Herren Project — November 1st – 7:00 PM – BHS Auditorium.
Regardless of the age of your children, please consider attending this powerful presentation to prevent addiction and promote wellness. Chris Herren, former NBA player spoke to our BHS students last spring. This session is for parents. He will tell his story of opioid addiction and path to recovery. With the rise of addiction among youth in our country, his message is timely, focused on warning signs and prevention!
ABOUT THE HERREN PROJECT
The Herren Project (THP) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded by former professional basketball player and recovery advocate, Chris Herren, to serve individuals and families impacted by substance use disorder and the disease of addiction throughout the United States.
WHY WE STARTED
Chris Herren’s story and his redemptive rise from the depths of addiction were captured through the publication of the book, Basketball Junkie and the release of the ESPN Films documentary, Unguarded. As a result, Chris Herren has received thousands of e-mails and calls from others facing the devastating impact of the disease of addiction. The Herren Project was formed in 2011 to answer those calls; provide recovery navigation, family support resources and educational initiatives with the goal of reaching one person, one family at a time.
The Herren Project
Portsmouth, RI 02871
P: (401) 243-8590
F: (401) 429-6158