For three decades, The Council has been extending invitations to the community to decorate the “Tree of Hope” with personalized ornaments bearing the names of people being honored. Whether to commemorate those who have lost their lives to addiction or to celebrate and honor a life gained in recovery, each ornament placed is a representation of the hope of recovery from addiction.
There will be a Tree of Hope in our Recovery Community Centers in Bristol, Norristown, and Philadelphia, our Chester County PRO-ACT/PSEI office and the Philadelphia Recovery Training Center. When you make a gift, your ornament will be placed on the Tree of your choice. Your gift will support programs in the county you choose.
The Dedication will be held in the Southern Bucks Recovery Community Center Courtyard, 1286 Veterans Highway, Ste. D6, Bristol, PA
on Wednesday, December 14th from 6:00 - 7:30 pm
(Please Note NEW LOCATION, and dress appropriately for the weather)
Open Houses will be held at each Recovery Community Center, the Chester County PRO-ACT/PSEI Office, and the Philadelphia Recovery Training Center on Tuesday, December 20th from 4:30 - 7:30 pm.
Hope Ornament $5
Star Ornament $10
Advocate Ornament $50
Gold Ornament $100
Sponsor a Bow $500
Sponsor a Tree Topper $1,500
Gift of your Choosing
Please note: Ornaments may look different than those pictured.
The “Tree of Hope” is also a unique opportunity to acknowledge individuals who have made a positive impact in your life or the life of others as they struggle against this often misunderstood disease. Please join us in honoring family members who have successfully achieved recovery, and commemorating survivors, mentors, and/or loved ones who have been lost to addiction.
We know that the holiday season can often be a difficult time for those impacted by substance use disorder and their families, and those grieving loved ones lost to this disease. Join us in making space and showing support to all those impacted by Substance Use Disorder, and to celebrate those seeking and achieving their recovery.
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