Austin, Texas, March 7, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Teen and Family Services hosts 4th Annual Spring Luncheon, Thursday, March 30th, 2017 at 11:30 a.m. in The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd. All funds raised benefit the year-round, after-school and weekend recovery program that utilizes the Alternative Peer Group Model to support change for teens and their families who struggle with the effects of substance abuse.
Teen and Family Services’ Spring Luncheon on Thursday, March 30th 2017 features special keynote speaker, D’Anne Burwell, author of Saving Jake: When Addiction Hits Home, which won the USA Best Book Award.
"Our family has been infinitely blessed by each and every person who has touched our lives through the TAFS program. I hope that you will consider supporting this program, that is desperately needed in Austin, so that other youth can experience the strength, hope, friendships, and opportunity for a bright future that is offered to them in the TAFS program."
Peggy Robinson, Mother
In previous years, the event quickly sold out weeks before the Spring Luncheon. Similar to years before, tickets are going quickly. The Luncheon is open to the public; and tickets sell for $75 per individual, with a wide variety of sponsorship packages still available ranging from $550 to $10,000. For ticket and sponsorship availability visit:
Teen and Family Services local corporate and supporting sponsors include Heritage Title Company, United Lending, Stewart Title, Moreland Properties, Austin Portfolio, The Menagerie, Luther King Capital Management, Ikard Wynne LLP, Sue and Larry Costin, Keni and John Neff, Felicia and Craig Hester, Sheryl and David McMillan, Melissa and Kent Ferguson, Clean Cause, Auction Source, Maverick-Dean, Santa Rita and various anonymous donors.
Teen and Family Services teaches teens healthy decision-making skills to help them avoid risk taking behaviors and recover from the misuse and abuse of drugs and alcohol. Most unique to the recovery plan, is the peer to peer support and the clinical services offered to the teens and their family members. In addition to abstinence from substances, graduating from high school and going on to attend, and succeed in, secondary-level education is a long term goal of TAFS.
For more information visit the Teen and Family Services website at
http://austin.teenandfamilyservices.org or call 512.502.5874
All proceeds from the Spring Luncheon support the programs of Teen and Family Services Austin a nonprofit 501c(3) organization helping teens and their families affected by substance abuse.
4214 N Capital of Texas Hwy
Austin, Texas 78746
Source: Teen and Family Services Austin