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COMMUNITY EVENTS

High School Risky Behaviors
Speakers: Tracey Masella, LCSW and High School Leadership Students
Monday, December 9, 2019 7p
New Canaan High School Choral Room

Grief is Inevitable: How do we help our children and teens manage and understand it
Chelsea McGee, LCSW
Manager of Clinical Services in Darien & New Canaan Family Centers’ Center for HOPE
Tuesday, December 10, 2019 230-330p
New Canaan Library Lamb Room
Please RSVP to: Jacqueline D’Louhy

Staying Calm in the Storm:
How to Feel Empowered When our Community Experiences Tragedy
Speaker: Julie Hall, MBS, MS, LMFT
Wednesday, December 11, 2019 10a
New Canaan Historical Society

The Monthly Pathway Series
Minimizing Opioid Use in Post-Surgical Patients
Speaker: Paul Sethi, MD
Orthopaedic & Neurosurgery Specialists, Greenwich
President of ONS Foundation

Wednesday, December 11, 2019 7-8p
New Canaan YMCA – Wagner Room
Presented by: The New Canaan Parent Support Group

The Monthly Pathway Series
The Future of Recovery Coaching
Speaker: Phil Valnetine, CCAR
Wednesday, January 15, 2019 7-8p
New Canaan YMCA – Wagner Room
Presented by: The New Canaan Parent Support Group

The Monthly Pathway Series
Cultivating Empathy in Individual & Family Recovery
Speaker: Todd Whitmer, Caron
Wednesday, February 12, 2019 7-8p
New Canaan YMCA – Wagner Room
Presented by: The New Canaan Parent Support Group

The Monthly Pathway Series
Trauma and Addiction:  How EMDR Can Help
Speaker: Linda Rost, LCSW
Wednesday, February 12, 2019 7-8p
New Canaan YMCA – Wagner Room
Presented by: The New Canaan Parent Support Group

M E E T I N G S

M O N T H L Y
Family SupportNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
Group meets second Tuesday of the month
7-830p
Silver Hill Hospital, Room 1, Jurgenson Building
203 858 1477

The Monthly Pathway Series
Addressing Addiction & Mental Health in Our Community

Hosted by The New Canaan Parent Support Group

W E E K L Y
Alcoholics Anonymous
There is an AA meeting every single day of the week in New Canaan and most days more than one!

Celebrate Recovery
A Christ-centered recovery program.
Monday’s 730-9p
Noroton Presbyterian Church, 2011 Post Road, Darien
Stacy,  cr.darien.ct@gmail.com

Narcotics Anonymous
Saturday’s
7-830p
United Methodist Church, 165 South Avenue, New Canaan
(Back Entrance)

New Canaan Parent Support Group
For parents with loved ones affected by substance use and abuse.
Thursday’s 7-830p
Library Room of St. Mark’s Church
111 Oenoke Ridge, New Canaan
203 564 6374 (Paul)

Newport Academy
Monday’s 
7-8p
36 Old Kings Highway S, Suite 200, Darien

Silver Hill Hospital Open Meetings
Sunday’s
Al-Anon 1030a-1200p Martin Center Stillerman Pavilion
AA 230-330p Jurgenson Building
Eating Disorder Anon 445-545p Jurgenson Building

Tuesday’s
AA 830-930p Martin Center Stillerman Pavilion
Caduceus AA 730-830p Jurgenson Building
Refuge Recovery 7-8p Martin Center Stillerman Pavilion

Wednesday’s
Women’s Only AA 715-815p Martin Center Stillerman Pavilion
Al-Anon (beginners) 7-730p Jurgenson Building Front Lobby
Al-Anon (parents) 730-900p Jurgenson Building

Friday’s
Dual Diagnosis Anon 730-830p Jurgenson Building
Young People’s AA 7-8p Martin Center Stillerman Pavilion
AA 830-930p Martin Center Stillerman Pavilion