“Handling the Crisis” San Antonio Workshop

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San Antonio Handling the Crisis Workshop

Changing Lives would like to extend a big “Thanks” to the wonderful people of San Antonio and especially for the support and hospitality of those who sponsored this event: Palmer Drug Abuse Program (PDAP), San Antonio Fighting Back and the Baptist Health Foundation of San Antonio.

Joe Herzanek and volunteer role play

Role-playing with Joe Herzanek

The two-hour workshop was very well attended (standing room only, with over 140 attendees). Joe and a volunteer did some role playing, there was plenty of good food, interaction, laughter and applause . . . and we had an emotional ending (see below).

Emotional ending.

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2 thoughts on ““Handling the Crisis” San Antonio Workshop

  1. never addicted

    I cannot believe PDAP is still around! They are awful. When I was a teenager, the people at PDAP told my parents to kick me out of the house or I might never recover from my terrible addictions, and they did so. The idea was for me to go to other PDAP members for help. I made a comment about beer and ended up homeless. I was not then and have never been addicted to any substance. Heck, I don’t even drink. My life was made exponentially harder because of those awful people. I was never welcomed back home, and I’m sure I’m not the only person who was abused by the general practices of that program.

  2. Patti Cummins

    The workshop looks like it was a total sucess! I’m still trying to nail a commitment for a time for you and Judy to come here to CBC. I will let you know as soon as I know and I’m still praying it is early 2001, but no firm time yet.
    Our new semester started during the last two weeks for our other support groups; I’m sorry I didn’t response soon to your emails and call. Say hello to Judy for me.
    In Him,
    Patti

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