Sneak Preview Screening "The Anonymous People"
Friday, April 26, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM (EDT)
Maryland Recovery Organization - "Connecting Communities" (M-ROCC) invites you to a one-time only free screening event of the upcoming feature documentary film, The Anonymous People.
THIS IS A ONE-TIME ONLY PRE-RELEASE SCREENING EVENT!
- 6:00 - 6:30 - Registration
- 6:30 - 7:30 - Champion of Recovery Awards ceremony
- 7:30 - 9:00 - Screening of "The Anonymous People"
- 9:00 - 9:45 - Q&A with Filmmaker - Greg Williams
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Maryland Recovery Organization Connecting Communities (M-ROCC)
Founded as a 501c3, non-profit, organization in March 2012 the Maryland Recovery Organization Connecting Communities (M-ROCC) is a peer-organized and peer-ran Recovery Community Organization ((RCO). As a newly created RCO, M-ROCC is a member in good standing with the nationally recognized “Association of Recovery Community Organizations (ARCO).
M-ROCC currently operates with an all volunteer staff consisting of a Chief Executive Officer, a Director of Volunteers and Member Services and a Director Programming. Collectively, the current M-ROCC staff brings a total of sixty-four (64) years of sustained recovery dedicated to promoting and promulgatating the M-ROCC mission, vision and values in support of building a recovery constiguecy of consequence in Maryland.
To advocate, educate, celebrate and support all who seek to discover, initiate, achieve and sustain recovery and an improved life in the community
Realization of an expansive and coordinated network of peer-led, person-centered, strength-based, recovery-focused services and supports accessible to individuals, families and communities seeking to address and overcome personal or family problems related to alcohol and drug use and/or mental illness
To be truly effective our staff, volunteers and service model and delivery system shall adhere to and promote those principles, practices, values and services identified by our members as being critical and respectful to anyone seeking to reverse the negative impact of addiction and/or mental illness