Fla.) – Hanley Center’s 17th Annual
Family Luncheon was held at the Palm Beach
International Equestrian Center in Wellington on
February 12, at the start of National Children
of Alcoholics Week. Former Miss USA 2006 Tara
Conner was the featured guest for the benefit
from the Family Luncheon support Hanley Center’s
Education and Prevention Programs, offering
training to professionals worldwide on how to
identify and treat the chronic, yet treatable
disease of addiction.
prestigious Artisan Farm Grand Prix show jumping
competition, the equestrian themed afternoon
also featured fun children’s activities
including animal encounters, a magic show, face
painting and a children’s silent auction.
Hanley Center Foundation’s Dr. Rachel Docekal
presented the former Miss USA with a signature
Alex and Ani bangle, in celebration of Conner’s
five years of sobriety.
“The disease of
addiction affects everyone in some way,” said
Dr. Docekal. “Today’s event gives us a unique
opportunity to gather families for a fun
afternoon celebrating hope through recovery.
We are so grateful for the support from our
chairmen, committee members and sponsors, as
well as all the guests attending the today’s
luncheon. Together, they make it possible for us
to continue to provide programs to educate
people and bring awareness of addiction
treatment to the community.”
Luncheon, Dr. Docekal announced Hanley’s
partnership with Alex and Ani’s Charity by
Design to create a butterfly charm bracelet.
Butterflies symbolize renewal, strength and
rebirth and 20 percent of the bracelet sales
will go to Hanley and Caron Treatment Centers.
Leadership for the
Family Luncheon included
Chairmen Danielle and Kelly Moore and Chairman
for the Family Luncheon was Neil Hirsch.
Corporate Sponsors were Danielle and Kelly
Moore. Platinum Sponsor was The Hanley Family
Foundation. Gold Medal Sponsors were Florida
Crystals Corporation & the Azqueta Family,
Barbara and Doyle Rogers, Leslie C. Quick, Jr.
and Regina A. Quick Charitable Trust Foundation,
and Patricia and Douglas A. Warner III. Silver
Medal Sponsors were Barbara and Robert Ammarell,
Agneta and Brownlee O. Currey, Jr., Nancy
Hooker, Anita Hamilton-Michaels and Sam
Michaels, and Caroline Moran. Bronze Medal
Sponsors were Judith Morrell, Orchid Recovery
Center and Ms. Jenny Wren Sutton, Wrenwood
West Palm Beach, FL. Hanley Center is a
non-profit organization that offers a broad
spectrum of programs based on the most advanced
research in the disease of addiction. From
detoxification and medical stabilization to
individualized treatment and continuing-care
planning, Hanley Center prides itself on
offering the most innovative and effective
treatment programs designed by professional
experts in their respective fields. Unique to
the Center is the “Hanley Model of Care,” which
includes age and gender-specific treatment
programs. These tailored programs ensure
patients leave equipped with the necessary tools
to move forward on their journey of recovery.
Hanley Center is part of Caron Treatment
information on Hanley Center Foundation events
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