Recovery Rocks Art Project and Potluck Planned for October 28
Ellsworth – Healthy Acadia’s Building a Recovery Community initiative is thrilled to invite community members to participate in a recovery rocks creative art session and potluck on Monday, October 28, 2019, from 5:00 to 6:30 pm. The event will be held at Healthy Acadia’s new location for recovery supports programming, located at 24 Church Street in Ellsworth. This free community event is open to the public and will include a potluck supper. Attendees are encouraged, but not required, to bring a dish to share.
Healthy Acadia convenes monthly events through its Building a Recovery Community initiative to provide a venue to network within and to expand the recovery community, and to explore the importance of recovery supports and recovery ready communities and the role they play in helping community members achieve and sustain long-term recovery from substance use. Healthy Acadia encourages all interested community members to become involved in helping others to lead healthy, fulfilling, and productive lives.
The October 28 session will be led by community recovery coach Danielle Hopkins, who has created many inspirational recovery rocks for the recovery community. Art supplies will be provided as well as a collection of rocks. Participants are encouraged to bring their own rocks if desired.
For questions about this event, please contact Paige Johnston, 207 412-2288 ext. 408 or [email protected]. For more information about recovery support services, including recovery coaching, visit www.healthyacadia.org or call 207-412-2288.
Healthy Acadia is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that engages in a broad range of initiatives to build healthier communities and make it easier for people to lead healthy lives across Washington and Hancock counties, Maine. Learn more atwww.healthyacadia.org.