Anne Moss will be speaking at our March Substance Abuse Support group on March 6, 2017.
Sometimes finding YOUR tribe can take work. You have to “try on” a few groups to find the one that matches your needs and fits where you are on the journey to healing. Anne Moss has made it her mission to help parents struggling with addiction feel less alone on their journey. She unabashedly tells her own story of a mother who was silent about the struggles with anxiety, depression and addiction her son, Charles, faced. After Charles died by suicide in 2015 at the age of 20, Anne Moss has ended her silence and spends her time helping others who suffer from shame and grief to find hope and healing.
Anne Moss left her full time job at a marketing agency in Richmond after Charles’ death to pursue her advocacy full time. Since then she has become a respected advocate for mental health and substance abuse. She has written articles, made TV appearances and spoken to groups, fighting for the cause to erase stigma for mental illness, including addiction.
We hope you attend Anne Moss’s presentation. If you are a parent or loved one of someone struggling with addiction, you will relate to Anne Moss; her narrative is so compelling and her story is so relatable that it will be difficult to tear yourself away from her fluid prose. You will hear her say that she NEVER wants one more Mother or Parent to feel a lack of emotional support from their community. Come and hear Anne Moss talk about Addiction, Mental Health, Suicide and how she is carrying on her son Charles’s legacy.
Call us today to RSVP for her talk at 6pm on March 6, 2017 at the Life Cycles Counseling Office.
You can find out more about Anne Moss at AnneMoss.com, her blog that has garnered hundreds of thousands of visitors since February 2016. You can also see her speak in these videos: