CLAYMONT, DE – Lieutenant Governor Bethany Hall-Long will join local leaders and representatives from Gaudenzia, Inc. on Tuesday, August 27 to dedicate Gaudenzia Claymont, the organizations newest addiction treatment and sober living facility.
Gaudenzia Claymont will house two addiction treatment and recovery programs: New Journey, a 16-bed residential treatment program for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness affected by drug/alcohol addiction, and a new Sober Living Housing program which will provide 10 units of apartment housing to newly sober single women with children ages 10 and younger.
The dedication ceremony will include a speaking agenda, complete with testimonies from a Gaudenzia program graduate and grateful parent of a Gaudenzia graduate, ribbon cutting, and tours of the new facility.
WHAT: Gaudenzia Claymont Open House and Dedication Ceremony
- Bethany Hall-Long, Lt. Governor of Delaware
- Stephanie L. Hansen, Delaware State Senator
- Mike Harle, President, Gaudenzia
- Gaudenzia Graduate
- Claudia C., parent of a Gaudenzia graduate
WHEN: Tuesday, August 27, 2019, 1 p.m. – 2 p.m.
ABOUT GAUDENZIA Gaudenzia helps individuals and families affected by drug and alcohol dependency, mental illness and related conditions to achieve a better quality of life and become accountable individuals. This is accomplished through a continuum of care leading to long-term recovery guided by a philosophy of mutual concern, personal responsibility, research and community education.