IBH Coming Together Making Recovery Possible

IBH Coming Together Making Recovery Possible

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IBH ADDICTION RECOVERY CENTER CELEBRATES
SHARED SUCCESS WITH COMMUNITY
Fifth-Annual IBH Coming Together Event

IBH Addiction Recovery Center, Summit County’s largest residential treatment facility, invites the community to join families and friends of IBH, as well as the local government and business leaders, for a free event addressing help and hope in addiction recovery. The fifth-annual Coming Together celebration will be held on Saturday, August 17, 2019, at 11:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Tudor House on the Portage Lakes waterfront.

The afternoon event will feature a:
• Keynote address by Magistrate Cheryl Wear of Summit County Domestic Relations Court, who will share her story of recovery
• Meet and greet with the new IBH Executive Director Jonathan Wylly, who succeeds Interim Executive Director Donald Finn effective July 1, 2019
• Resource fair featuring community partners such as 2020 Census, The Children's Hunger Alliance, CHC Addiction Services, Coleman Professional Services, Drug Safe Hudson, Hope and Healing, and Summit County Children Services.
• Picnic lunch from Noon to 1:30 p.m. courtesy of Gordon Food Service (GFS).

“As IBH transitions into its new model of care, the Coming Together event offers a great opportunity to engage the entire community in the strong work being done here,” says Judith Matsko, M.A.T., IBH Director of Development. “Attendees can see and hear for themselves how IBH is truly the best residential treatment facility in Summit County. It’s an opportunity to continue to tell our story.”

The Coming Together event is free, yet space is limited. Attendees are encouraged to register online at ibh.org, or contact Judith Matsko at 330.644.4095, extension 306 or judithm@ibh.org.

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Posted By: IBH Addiction Recovery Center



Event Details

Date: August 17, 2019
Time: 11:00am - 2:30pm

Location:
Tudor House on the Portage Lakes Waterfront
655 Latham Lane
Akron OH 44319

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Contact:
Judith Matsko
3306444095
judithm@ibh.org


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    597 Howe Ave. Cuyahoga Falls
    330-922-4990

  • Visit Website
    Caring for your Family's Eyes Since 1985
    4153 Bridgewater Parkway (at Steels Corners & Route 8)
    330-922-4393

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    137 South Ave. Tallmadge
    330-633-5667

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    112 North Main Street Hudson
    330-656-1176
    8929 Brecksville Rd Brecksville
    440-740-1100

More About this Event Poster: IBH Addiction Recovery Center

Established in 1970, IBH Addiction Recovery Center offers residential treatment and after-care support to people afflicted with substance abuse. In an effort to restore their hope and help them gain skills for a lifetime of sobriety, the organization uses individualized, abstinence-based processes that address the physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual aspects of recovery. IBH is located at 3445 S. Main Street, Akron, in the Portage Lakes area of Summit County. For more information, call 330.644.4095, visit the IBH website at www.ibh.org or follow the organization’s Facebook page.

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