July 22 is the date:
Join us on July 22nd as dozens of Louisville restaurants join the fight against addiction and raise money for The Healing Place.
Thus far, the only Southern Indiana restaurant on this list is Bread and Breakfast (157 E. Main Street in New Albany). Thanks, Laura.
My friend David “Bistro New Albany” Clancy’s life quite possibly was saved by this program, and when he contacted me earlier this year, I recommended NABC’s participation in the event. Perhaps the memo got lost in the tall grass.
Sorry if it offends anyone, but bluntness is merited here: Substance abuse is an occupational hazard of the restaurant industry, period. If you’ve been part of this business, you know exactly what I mean. Please do what you can to support THP, either by dining out on the 22nd, donating directly, or just helping get the word out.
Restaurants tackle addiction among workers, by Jere Downs (Courier-Journal)
Rampant substance abuse in the restaurant industry has sparked the upcoming “86 Addiction” event, whereby dozens of local eateries will donate 10 percent of their proceeds Wednesday to help The Healing Place.