Decatur Prevention Initiative to host free Indie movie screening, Sept. 30
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This Sunday, Sept. 30, at 4 p.m., the Decatur Prevention Initiative is hosting a free showing of an indie movie to recognize September as National Recovery Month.
The movie is called, “The Anonymous People.”
According to a recent press release, “DPI wants to show our community, and especially our youth, that even if someone develops a Substance Misuse Disorder, there is hope.”
To go along with the movie showing, there will be a panel with “recovering folks only” to celebrate in their individual journeys.
The screening will be held in the Decatur First United Methodist Church’s Stone Chapel, and adults and teens alike are welcome.
“We are losing too many of our loved ones to this public health crisis,” executive director of the Decatur Prevention Initiative, Terrie Moore said in a recent press release. “Everyone is impacted by addiction, and no one is immune.”
Decatur Prevention Initiative is a non-profit made possible by its sponsors: Decatur Education Foundation, Gathered and Grounded, Decatur Parents Network and Gathered and Grounded.
For more information about this organization, check out: decaturpi.org.
To register to attend the screening, check here.
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