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You Are Not Alone: A Workshop for Families Affected by Substance Use and Addiction


Saturday, October 3
8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.


Passavant Hospital Foundation Conference Center
700 Cumberland Woods Dr.
Allison Park, PA, 15101

The Bridge to Hope family support group will host a free workshop open to all community members.

This special event, offered with the support of Passavant Hospital Foundation, is intended to help family members develop the knowledge and skills needed to become more effective in their efforts to help a loved one struggling with substance use and to restore the health of the family unit and its individual members.

Pre-registration is suggested by calling 412-748-5120.

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Many procedures and services no longer require a hospital stay and are now available as outpatient services. This means going home the same day versus spending a night or more in the hospital.

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