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September and October 2010 Celebrates Recovery from Substance Abuse, Alcoholism and Eating Disorders.

SustainableContentment dot com will host a Nationwide Teleseminar on Thursday, September 30, 2010 at 8:00PM CST (6:00PM PST, 9:00PM EST). This event is intended to increase public awareness about substance abuse and eating disorders.


2010-08-18
CHICAGO, IL, August 18, 2010 (Press-News.org) Tens of millions of sufferers aged 12 or older need treatment for a substance abuse or eating disorder in the United States, and their families are also affected by these afflictions. Many people do not understand that drug-addiction, alcoholism, and eating disorders are treatable diseases, and this misconception can keep people from getting help.

Recovery is an annual observance that brings attention to recovery programs during the months of September and October 2010. To help overcome barriers to long-term recovery, SustainableContentment dot com will host a Nationwide Teleseminar on Thursday, September 30, 2010 at 8:00PM CST (6:00PM PST, 9:00PM EST). This event is intended to increase public awareness about substance abuse and eating disorders and will discuss what families can do about it. It will also educate people about the positive effect that treatment and recovery can have on loved ones and the well-being of our communities, and will celebrate people in recovery - and those who help them.

The purpose of the Teleseminar is to bring awareness to the societal benefits of recovery treatment, to commend the contributions of treatment programs and promote the message that recovery from substance abuse, alcoholism, addiction, eating disorders (obesity, bulimia, anorexia, and binge-eating) - is possible. The Teleseminar will also encourage citizens to take action to help expand and improve the availability of effective substance abuse treatment for those in need. This is an effort to educate the public about treatment, how it works, for whom, and why. Recovery programs have made significant accomplishments, having transformed the lives of untold thousands of Americans. These successes often go unnoticed by the broader population.

The Teleseminar will be moderated by C.J. Good, noted author of Little Gifts of Sustainable Contentment, a healing book of recovery, for those suffering with alcoholism, addiction and eating disorders. "It is time for citizens to start helping their friends and neighbors by noticing the signs of addiction and offering places to turn for help," said C.J. Good. "By alerting people to the recovery services available, we can help community members and their families find a path of recovery, encourage access to treatment services for all those in need, and help sufferers lead productive, healthy lives once again."

To register for this free Teleseminar event, RSVP at: http://www.sustainablecontentment.com. Also check the recovery month website - http://www.recoverymonth.gov - to find other events in your area.

Another organization, NEDA (National Eating Disorders Association - http://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org ) hosts an annual walk that takes place on Sunday October 3rd, 2010 from 11am to 1pm in New York. The Walk is NEDA's largest fundraising and community building event. NEDA is a non-profit national organization dedicated to helping families and those who suffer from bulimia, anorexia, or binge eating disorder. It is estimated that up to 10 million people in this country suffer from an eating disorder.

These events also serve to educate the public on substance abuse as a national health crisis; that addiction, alcoholism and eating disorders are treatable diseases, and that recovery is possible. "We want to highlight the benefits of treatment for not only the affected individual, but for their family, friends, workplace, and society as a whole," says C.J. Good. "Educating the public reduces the stigma associated with addiction and treatment. Accurate knowledge of these diseases helps people to understand the importance of supporting treatment programs, those who work within the treatment field, and those in need of treatment."

"This issue warrants immediate action. It is important to showcase the value of long-term recovery, because increased knowledge can help improve the health and safety of our communities, as well as alleviate the damaging effects of addiction on our residents," said C.J. Good. "Every September, Recovery Month reminds us about the reality of these diseases, the importance of making treatment accessible, and the advantages of communication and education, which can open doors to treatment, support, and long-term recovery."

About the sponsor: C.J. Good, author of "Precious Gifts of Love" and "Little Gifts of Sustainable Contentment," writes on topics ranging from spirituality, inspiration, and growth to health issues, business and relationships. Her purpose is to write quality books that will make a difference in reader's lives. How we can feel better about ourselves and how we can interact with one another is the basis for ultimate contentment. Values such as integrity, love, compassion, understanding and peace are inherent in the writings of C.J. Good. For further information visit: http://www.sustainablecontentment.com

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SustainableContentment dot com will host a Nationwide Teleseminar on Thursday, September 30, 2010 at 8:00PM CST (6:00PM PST, 9:00PM EST). This event is intended to increase public awareness about substance abuse and eating disorders.
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