CLEAR invites you an evening with
William Cope Moyers
Vice President of Public Affairs and Community Relations,
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation
Thursday, October 20, 2016
The Carnegie Library Lecture Hall
CLEAR wants Pittsburgh to be known as a “The City of Recovery” for its leadership for recognizing and addressing the epidemic of addiction and related problems in our community and thus, lessening the human suffering caused by addiction.
Specifically, CLEAR serves as a catalyst to bring together community leaders to publicly recognize addiction as a critical public/private problem and educates and advocates for the creation of an effective, efficient and integrated community system for the prevention and treatment of all addictions.
Often community efforts are carried out in isolation from one another and things and people can fall through the cracks in the system. Over the years, CLEAR has worked to bring people together to dialogue about how best to address addiction issues.