Healing grounded in community

ANNOUNCEMENT: Due to COVID-19 and the need for social distancing to keep our community healthy and safe, our 3rd Annual Luncheon has been postponed until the fall. Please check back for updates.

Date TBD

Sheraton Grand Seattle
1400 6th Avenue Seattle, Washington

Registration 11:30am | Lunch 12-1:30pm



Early bird tickets are available.


At ETS, we help people address the root. Homelessness and addiction are symptoms of deeper trauma and disconnection. Our services allow people to begin the healing process, tending their roots, and rebuilding their lives from the ground up.


Like trees, when people grow close to each other, they can weather life’s storms. We are all stronger when rooted in community, and our patients and clients are no exception. Join us at our 3rd Annual Luncheon to grow and learn together—intertwining our roots—to make our community stronger.


Maia Szalavitz, award-winning neuroscience author, journalist, and mental health advocate will be joining us as our keynote speaker. Her latest book, the New York Times bestseller, Unbroken Brain: A Revolutionary New Way of Understanding Addiction uses her own story of recovery from heroin and cocaine addiction to explore how reframing addiction as a learning disorder can transform prevention, treatment, and policy.


Mark Wright of KING 5 will back again for the third year as Emcee.

Early bird tickets are available.



Contact Tavia Rhodes trhodes[at]evergreentreatment[dot]org for info on hosting a table or sponsorship opportunities.



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