Join us on #GivingTuesday

On November 27, 2018, Alpha Home is proud to participate in #GivingTuesday.

This global day of giving invites individuals to participate in the holiday season by giving back and creating change in their communities. and their world.
With your help, we can raise funds and awareness with our mission to offer a pathway of help, hope, and healing through spiritually based drug and alcohol treatment and support.

1 in 10 Americans suffer from substance abuse, join us in our fight and donate next week on Global Day of Giving #GivingTuesday. With your help we can continue to provide resources and treatment to men and women to long term recovery.

 

DONATE HERE: https://app.etapestry.com/onlineforms/AlphaHomeInc/opendoors.html

Kendra Scott Gives Back Event

Join us with sips, sweets and shopping at Kendra Scott!
Support Alpha Home by mentioning us at the checkout and 20% of the proceeds benefit Alpha Home. We ask that you attend, like and share this event!
Thank you for your support of Alpha Home and we can’t wait to see you!
Date: December 6, 2018
Time: 6PM-8PM
Location: Kendra Scott (310 E. BASSE ROAD, SUITE 101, San Antonio)

 

Doorways of Hope Luncheon 2019

Alpha Home is excited to announce Dallas Cowboys Legend, Thomas “Hollywood” Henderson as the keynote speaker at its upcoming 13th Annual Doorways of Hope luncheon. The event is scheduled to be held on Tuesday, February 12, 2019, at the Witte Museum(3801 Broadway) at 11:30 a.m.

The former NFL Superbowl star will share his powerful story at the luncheon, also offering copies of his book “In Control: The Rebirth of an NFL Legend”, photos and autographs for our VIP attendees, all with the purpose of supporting Alpha Home!

Dallas Cowboy and NFL Superbowl champion “Hollywood” Henderson will recall the day he considered taking his own life, after Cowboys Coach Tom Landry fired him from the Cowboys. Hollywood says another low point was being forced to sell his diamond-studded Superbowl ring for bail money and then going to jail as a broken man.

Like Thomas, many of us are touched in some way by substance abuse. Over 72,000 lives* were lost last year in the US, and the figures continue to rise. It is an equal opportunity disease. The shame and stigma associated with substance use disorder must stop, only then can people freely seek treatment, becoming whole and healthy, creating stronger families and communities.

Tickets and sponsorship for the upcoming event can be purchased at the following link: https://bit.ly/1Qzrvfj