4th Annual Event: Roots of Recovery
September 30th, 6-7 pm PT
Live on Zoom
DIGITAL EVENT MATERIALS
Below is your one-stop-shop for the materials you will need for this year’s Roots of Recovery Event! You will find:
If you prefer to make your donation via another payment method, no problem!
Please send a check to the following address:
Evergreen Treatment Services
4634 E Marginal Way S, Suite C110
Seattle, WA 98134
If you would like to make a gift of stock or give via a donor-advised fund please email Director of Philanthropy & Communications Tavia Rhodes at email@example.com to have your donation included in event totals.
ETS fosters healing with person-centered homeless outreach services and substance use treatment that are deeply rooted in community justice and health equity. Join us to celebrate the growing strength of our community!
Brian Cladoosby (Swinomish) is a nationally renowned leader and powerful advocate for Indian Country. In 2018, during Brian’s more than twenty-year tenure as chairman, the Swinomish tribe opened the Didgwalic Wellness Center, an integrated care facility that provides substance use and mental health services to all enrolled tribal members. Through Brian’s personal story and experience as a tribal leader, he will share his deep understanding of addiction and why it takes two generations to break the cycle.
Brian is the former president of the Association of Washington Tribes and served as the 21st president of the National Congress of American Indians. He is also former president of the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians. Brian served on the Department of Health and Human Services Secretary’s Tribal Advisory Committee and was a board advisor of the Center for Native American Youth at the Aspen Institute. He served as an executive board member of the Washington Gaming Association, and co-speaker of the Coast Salish Gathering, consisting of British Columbia First Nations and Western Washington Tribes. Brian currently sits on the Group Health Foundation board.
Mark Wright is returning as emcee for the fourth time at our fourth annual event! Mark anchors the evening newscasts on KING 5. As a local Seattleite and Washington State University Alumni, he is invested in local issues and all members of the Seattle community.
When he isn’t with his family or at work, Mark is involved with the Seattle Rotary Club of Seattle, tackling issues ranging from polio to ending homelessness. We’re so grateful to have Mark back to emcee Roots of Recovery again this year!
SPONSORS AND COUCH CAPTAINS
Interested in sponsoring Roots of Recovery? Contact Tavia Rhodes trhodes[at]evergreentreatment[dot]org for sponsorship opportunities or to sign up as a Couch Captain!
Watch the recording of last year’s Roots of Recovery event and get inspired!