Hopeful Responses to Addiction

JCC of Greater Pittsburgh Katz Performing Arts Center

November 19, 2018

7-8:3 PM

Hopeful Responses to Addiction

Learn from local organizations about how we can be helped and how we can help others.

If you think that addiction does not impact you, you need to join us. If you know that addiction impacts you, you need to join us.

What Is Addiction?
• Rich Lord, Reporter, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
• JoEllen Marsh, Opioid Community Response Manager, Allegheny County Health Department
What Is The Impact On Our Community?
• Rabbi Moshe Vogel, Executive Director, Aleph Institute
• Dana Gold, COO, JFCS, Founding Director of Sojourner House
• Community Member: My Story
What Are Our Pathways Towards Hope?
• The Most Reverend Edward C. Malesic, JCL, 5th Bishop of Greensburg
• The Reverend Canon Dr. Jay Geisler, Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh
• Community Leader: Our Civic Responsibility

Please RSVP to CASP.org/addiction

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