The Power of Prevention Luncheon
The 2015 Power of Prevention Luncheon will be October 22 at The Fairmont Dallas. Your participation is the opportunity to touch, change and save lives impacted by the #1 preventable health problem in America – substance abuse.
Featured Speaker: Brian Cuban
Brian Cuban is a an author whose Amazon best-selling book Shattered Image: My Triumph Over Body Dysmorphic Disorder, chronicles his first-hand experiences living with, and recovering from eating disorders, drug addiction and Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD). Brian has keynoted prestigious events such as the Entertainment Industries Council 3rd Annual Media and Mental Health Awards. He has appeared on national talk shows such as the Katie Couric Show discussing the above issues. He also writes extensively on these subjects. Brian’s columns have appeared on CNN.com, Foxnews.com, The Huffington Post and in online and print newspapers around the world. Based in Dallas, Texas, he is also the segment host for “Brian Cuban’s Legal Briefs” on EyeOpenerTV, and founder of his blog, “The Cuban Revolution.” Additionally Brian is a lawyer and activist specializing in First Amendment issues and hate speech and has lectured on the topic in major media outlets and conferences around the world.
Honorary Chair: Margot Perot
Emcee: Scott Murray
For more information: Nicole Miller at 214.522.8600 ext. 231 or email@example.com
Touching and Changing Lives
In the last year, The Council trained or provided direct services to more than 29,000 people in our community. In addition, we reached tens of thousands more by
1) providing resources/materials to students, parents and teachers;
2) conducting public awareness campaigns via community events, billboards, public service announcements, and media coverage; and,
3) educating teachers, counselors and parents who pass on their skills and knowledge to countless others.
Thank you for helping us continue to touch and change lives!
Ways to Connect
Substance use disorder—known by many as substance abuse—is our country’s #1 health issue as contended by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids and other respected national organizations.
In Dallas, the volume of health-related stories involving adolescents and drugs and alcohol is staggering. Yet, we are not helpless. There are ways we can connect. There are mobilization efforts and community coalitions raising their collective voices every single day across all sectors.
There is a tangible return on investment that includes the health, safety and productivity of children, families, and communities throughout many Dallas-area counties.
Please connect with us—we’re on Facebook, Twitter and have a regular newsletter. We’re really social!
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Prevent. Intervene. Promote Recovery.Join us as together we PREVENT problems with alcohol and other drugs before they occur,
INTERVENE when they do and PROMOTE RECOVERY for those who are already addicted.