Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment
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Solutions Outpatient Services'

24th Anniversary Banquet
Celebrating Recovery
for
Alumni and Friends
Thursday, May 16, 2019

Check-in begins at 6:00 PM
Program & Dinner at 6:45 PM

DoubleTree Hotel by Hilton Dallas - Campbell Centre
8250 N Central Expressway, Dallas, Texas 75206
(southeast corner of N. Central Expressway & Northwest Highway)


Sarah Hepola

Sarah Hepola

Sarah Hepola has appeared in the New York Times magazine, Texas Monthly, Elle, Bloomberg Businessweek, The Guardian, Buzzfeed, Slate, and Salon, where she was a longtime editor. She also contributes short personal essays to NPR’s Fresh Air.

Blackout

Her first book, Blackout: Remembering The Things I Drank To Forget (Grand Central), was a New York Times bestseller. She is currently working on a memoir about women’s relationship to their own bodies, particularly around motherhood and sexuality, to be published by The Dial Press/Random House in 2020.

“Simply extraordinary. Ms. Hepola’s electric prose marks her as a flamingo among this genre’s geese. She has direct access to the midnight gods of torch songs, neon signs, tap beer at a reasonable price, cigarettes and untrammeled longing.” —New York Times

“You don’t need to be a reformed problem drinker to appreciate Hepola’s gripping memoir about the years she lost to alcohol-and the self she rediscovered once she quit.” —People, “Summer’s Best Books”

“Alcohol was the fuel of choice during Hepola’s early years as a writer, but after too many nights spent falling down staircases, sleeping with men she didn’t remember the next day, and narrowly surviving countless other near disasters, she fought her way clear of addiction and dared to face life without a drink in hand.” —O Magazine, “The Season’s Best Biographies and Memoirs”

“It’s hard to think of another memoir that burrows inside an addict’s brain like this one does.” —Entertainment Weekly (grade: A)


For reservations or information, contact:

Deborah Huber (214) 369-1155 DHuber@SOSDallas.com
or Lois Jordan (214) 535-7592 LJordan@SOSDallas.com

$65.00 for Individual Seats

Sponsorship Levels Available

Platinum = $2,500, Gold = $1,000, Silver = $500

For information regarding sponsorships, call Lois Jordan (214) 369-1155

Platinum and Gold Sponsors are recognized on
Solutions' Website's Home Page with a link.
All Sponsors are listed in the Banquet Program.


Click here for map & driving directions

Banquet Map Link

 

PREVIOUS BANQUET SPEAKERS

2018
Jeff Jay - Clinical Interventionist and Author

2017
Ann Brooks Martin - Director of Programs and Design for Awakenings Recovery

2016
John M. Talmadge, MD - Psychiatrist

2015
Kimberly Dennis, MD - Medical Director of Timberline Knolls Treatment Center

2014
Tinnie McCarty - Author & Owner of Shades of Hope Treatment Center

2013
Rokelle Lerner - Author, Psychotherapist, International Consultant, and Lecturer

2012
Ann Smith, LPC, LMFT

2011
Kevin McCauley, M.D. - Addiction Specialist, Author and Advocate for addicts and alcoholics

2010
Candy Finnigan – A&E Intervention Show & Author When Enough is Enough.

2009
Christopher Kennedy Lawford - Public Advocate for Recovery & Author of Moments of Clarity

2008
Jerry Moe-Director - Betty Ford Center Children’s Program & Author

2007
Kristina Wanzalick & Constance Curry - Authors of The Lost Years

2006
Robert “Bobby” Mooney, M.D. - Medical Director of Willingway Hospital

2005
Bob Newton - former NFL Football Player, Counselor at Betty Ford Center

2004
Marty Slattery - Author of Dark Night of Recovery

2003
Lyle Prouse - Pilot in Recovery – Story “Grounded” in the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous

2002
Shawn Collard - Sober at 17 went on to work for TCADA

2001
John Talmadge, M.D. - Director of UTSW Medical School’s Addiction Program

2000
Bob Smith (son of AA co-founder, Dr. Bob) & Searcy Whaley

1999
D.D. Lewis - former Dallas Cowboy Football Player

1998
Neil Sperry & Erin Sperry

1997
Paul Williams - Singer/Songwriter

1996
Rev. Don Benton, Dink & Donna Benton





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