(New Philadelphia, Ohio) – The Tuscarawas County Anti-Drug Coalition is inviting the public to the upcoming Hope Rising premier.
On Tuesday, November 12th, 2019 the community is encouraged to attend the premiere of Hope Rising, were two locally produced films were created to motivate and inspire continued efforts in Tuscarawas County to fight addiction.
One film challenges each person in Tuscarawas County to be part of the solution to our addiction epidemic, and comments from Ohio Governor Mike DeWine. The second showcases a Tuscarawas County woman who has regained her life and focuses on the many people that have invested in her and her family to help her through treatment and support her in her recovery efforts.
In addition to the videos, there will be an inspiring speaker, someone sharing their personal story from addiction to recovery, and a panel discussion. This event will also include music, light fare, and resource booths.
“Tuscarawas County is standing up to addiction and we’re doing it together,” explained ADC Coordinator Jodi Salvo. “Our community is strong and motivated to initiate real change in this ongoing battle. This event embodies that mission and encourages everyone to be informed, inspired, and involved.”
The event will be Tuesday, November 12th at the Quaker Cinema, 158 West High Avenue in New Philadelphia. Doors will open at 6:00 p.m. with the event beginning at 6:30 p.m.
For more information visit adctusc.org.