Hopi Substance Abuse Prevention Center hosts open house
KYKOTSMOVI, Ariz. - On Friday, April 1, the Hopi Substance Abuse Prevention Center (HSAPC), a project of The Hopi Foundation, will host an open house at their office located next door to The Hopi Foundation near the Kykotsmovi Village Store. The event will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The public is invited to come and learn about HSAPC's services, tour their offices, and hear recovery stories from individuals.
According to the HSAPC Program Manager Kevin Nash, "April 1 is both an outreach and a fundraising event. We have been working hard to prepare not only for this event but on ourselves in order to better help and serve the Hopi community. We invite every one to join us and be a part of recovery for April is National Alcohol Awareness Month."
The HSAPC provides mentoring services to individuals of all ages and their families living on the Hopi reservation. Whether a person is an alcoholic, addict or is a family member of an alcoholic or addict, everyone is welcome to utilize their services, which are offered on a walk-in basis or through scheduled appointments. Individuals seeking immediate help can call the office to receive telephone support.
The HSAPC Open House fundraiser is a raffle. All proceeds from the sale of raffle tickets will go towards continuing services in the Hopi communities. The raffle drawing will be held at the open house. Tickets are $1 each, or you can purchase six tickets for $5.
Some of the prizes include a Pahlikmana sculpture, "Discipliners" framed painting, a star katsina matted print, a Hopi sunflowers in Sityatki pot drawing, Hopi silver overlay jewelry, a KUYI T-shirt and bumper sticker pack, a two-night stay at Moenkopi Legacy Inn and Suites, lunch/dinner for two at the Hopi Cultural Center, a $25 New Frontiers gift certificate, a $25 Hopi Cultural Center gift certificate, and a shell necklace and earring set, and much more.
For more information about the open house, to purchase raffle tickets, or about our services, call the HSAPC office at (928) 734-0300.
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