Renewal of CARP Reception

Renewal of CARP Reception Draws 200 Celebrants

PALM BEACH, Florida – May 5, 2016

The Board off Directors of CARP (Comprehensive Alcoholism Rehabilitation Programs, Inc.) welcomed more than 200 people to The Beach Club to introduce new leadership to the community and unveil current initiatives for the organization.

Guests included members of CARP’s Board of Directors and Advisory Board, and leaders in the community who have supported endeavors to combat addiction in Palm Beach County – particularly among those less fortunate.

Mo & William DeMott, Debbie Strand, Bishop Harold Calvin Ray

Mo & William DeMott, Debbie Strand, Bishop Harold Calvin Ray

At the event, Dr. Nicholas Colangelo, CARP’s consultant, discussed the progress that CARP has made with its revitalization. In this short time, CARP has obtained two properties that will be used for a men’s and women’s 12-step home – for 24 individuals each.

Kelly V. Landers, Esq., Board President addressed the supporters, outlining the organization’s plans and requesting that the community join in their support — both financially as well as with respect to volunteer service.

CARP’s mission continues to be serving the alcoholic and drug-addicted underserved.

This event was funded by private donations through The Friends of CARP 2016.

 

CARP, Inc. Announces New Facilities

…Heads up!! The Board of Directors of the recently restructured CARP (Comprehensive Alcoholism Rehabilitation Programs, Inc.) is proud to announce the new CARP facility, previously located off of 45th St. in West Palm Beach, Florida with a kick-off party reception on Thursday, May 5 to be held at The Beach Club in Palm Beach.

CARP Men's 12 Step Home

CARP Men’s 12 Step Home

CARP’s new vision is based on the original mission statement, which is to provide affordable recovery housing programs for men and women less fortunate who are suffering from drug and alcohol addiction in Palm Beach County.

CARP Women's 12-Step Home

Kelly V. Landers, Esq., the new President of the Board of Directors, will present the plans for both recovery housing units. The men’s is slated to begin operations this fall with the women’s facility to open shortly after.