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Young professionals and students from eight high schools and 15 colleges and universities joined together at the inaugural Wilkes-Barre Connect Conference at the Woodlands Inn Monday and listened to inspirational stories from local entrepreneurs. Lavelle, president of Lavelle Strategy Group, answered the question “Why Northeastern Pennsylvania?” with another question: “Why not?”
The Clear Brook Foundation celebrated the official grand opening of two new Recovery Connect Centers located in Wilkes-Barre and Scranton with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Recovery Connect provides individuals and families experiencing the devastating effects of drug and alcohol addiction with guidance, confidential assessments, and referrals to the appropriate level of care.
The brand new Scranton Clear Brook Recovery Center was packed today from healthcare providers to politicians all with the same goal. "This is probably the best thing I've seen and I've been recovering a long time," said Richard Conaboy Jr.
Together with colleagues, providers, educators, judges, law enforcement, and government officials from both Lackawanna and Luzerne Counties, the Clear Brook Foundation celebrated the official grand opening of two new “Recovery Connect Centers” located in Wilkes-Barre and Scranton with ribbon-cutting ceremonies on Wednesday.
It was a nice day to hit the links in Lackawanna County. Newswatch 16's Dave Bohman enjoyed a day on the golf course on Monday, all for a great cause. Dave teed up at the Elmhurst Country Club to raise money for the Recovery Bank in Scranton.
The Recovery Bank on Wyoming Avenue helps recovering addicts.
Following an intensive six-week writing workshop, members of The Recovery Bank have produced nine original works that will be presented during the Scranton Fringe Festival.
Bob Durkin, Scranton Chamber of Commerce president, was honored at the 2019 Outreach-Center for Community Resources Awards at Glenmaura National Golf Club, Moosic, on Tuesday evening. Bob Adcroft and Mary Rhodes were honored as well for their outstanding dedication to the Outreach mission.
Lavelle Strategy Group is planning and promoting the 2019 Outreach Awards where we will publicly kick-off the 2019 Outreach Challenge- a community-wide initiative to support the 5000 families in-need that Outreach served annually.
"The Recovery Bank" on Wyoming Avenue in Scranton held a ribbon cutting on June 7th to celebrate its grand opening. The peer-driven recovery support center is the first of its kind in the electric city. The facility is filled with artwork and provides a safe place for healing through different forms of arts. They even held an art exhibit in conjunction with First Friday.
There's a brand new support center for people dealing with addiction. The Recovery Bank in Scranton held its grand opening celebration on June 7. It's a peer-driven recovery center for people who have experienced addiction to alcohol or drugs and their loved ones. It's for people looking to move forward in life physically, emotionally, and financially.
A non-profit aimed at helping recovering addicts, and their family members, is now open inside an old bank building in Scranton. Officials held a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday, June 7th, at the Recovery Bank on Wyoming Avenue. The non-profit is meant to provide activities and support services to recovering addicts and friends of recovery in Lackawanna County.
Since 2014, Overdose deaths have gone up nearly 160 percent. In Lackawanna County people in recovery now have a safe place to heal. Eyewitness News Reporter Anja Whitehead shows us the New Recovery Bank in Scranton.
Here at the recovery bank on Wyoming Avenue in Scranton, they have transformed an old bank building into a home-like setting for people seeking help with addiction...and their loved ones.
An old bank in Scranton that's been empty for decades finally has a new tenant -- a nonprofit aimed at helping recovering addicts. It's aptly called "The Recovery Bank."
The building on Wyoming Avenue in downtown Scranton hasn't been a bank for decades, but now the old teller window is a computer lab, the corporate offices include a yoga studio, there's a food bank in one of the vaults, and its hallways are an art gallery.
A resource to help those recovering from drug or alcohol addiction is coming to Lackawanna County. The Recovery Bank in Scranton is a peer-to-peer focused support center. Meaning it'll connect people in recovery to those who have successfully recovered. It's not a treatment center, but a hub of recovery resources like acupuncture, massage therapies, job search help, and veteran-specific outreach programs.
The Outreach Center for Community Resources thanked its supporters for allowing it to help others. Members of the Outreach board dedicated a plaque to Helen Lavelle, president and chief creative specialist at the Lavelle Strategy Group, for her contributions and generosity.
WVIA’s ArtScene invites you to listen in on a radio interview with award winning artists Helen Lavelle and Robert Bergstrasser as they talk about their work in anticipation of the exhibition "Drawing from Life".
Lavelle Strategy Cares is planning and promoting the First Annual Outreach Awards. It is the first of its kind for Outreach and is anticipated to raise thousands for the organization.The event will celebrate EOTC’s 30th anniversary by honoring a member of the EOTC team and a deserving media outlet in Northeast Pennsylvania.
Lavelle Strategy Group, a marketing, advertising, public relations, and interactive agency with more than 33 years of experience, is launching a new initiative focused on strengthening non-profit organizations.
Headquartered just outside of Scranton, Pennsylvania, USHydrations’ facilities cover a combined 600,000 square feet of rolling, spring-rich terrain. Inside, bottling lines churn out upwards of 2,000 bottles a minute, or a little over eight per second.
USHydrations makes premium beverages and is ramping up their production. With the new technology, they'll now be able to produce over 2,000 bottles a minute - that's two and a half million a day - all at their 600,000 square foot facility.
Officials from beverage contract manufacturer USHydrations unveiled a new $20 million high-speed beverage manufacturing line at a ribbon-cutting ceremony. With the latest addition, USHydrations will produce more than 2,000 bottles a minute, or 2.5 million a day. The new line can rapidly fill bottles of nearly any shape or size, he said.
Officials from beverage contract manufacturer USHydrations unveiled a new $20 million high-speed beverage manufacturing line at a ribbon cutting ceremony and announced plans for an additional multi-million dollar expansion.
A new state-of-the-art $20 million bottling line in Dupont started making, filling, and shipping out bottles on June 7th at USHydrations in Pittston Township.
USHydrations recently revealed its latest technological addition in the form of a $20 million high-speed beverage manufacturing line at a celebratory ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Contract beverage company USHydrations ceremonially debuted a new, $20 million high-speed manufacturing line during a media event on June 7th.
The Let’s Stop Suicide prevention and education program was designed to increase awareness, decrease stigma, engage our community, and offer solutions to reduce suicides in Lackawanna County and beyond. The initiative launched on November 17, 2018
Shitut has more than 25 years of experience in senior management that includes overseeing manufacturing operations and technology. He started at USHydrations in 2014 as its head of operations. Within a few months, he became its president and CEO. During his tenure, the company has made substantial capital investments to improve its manufacturing capabilities and capacities.
"For a patient, even who has an excellent prognosis, if they're told they have a diagnosis of cancer, that's an emergency for that patient. Everything stops. So sometimes we can be a tremendous benefit just being able to provide a consultation," said Dr. Peters.
He and his colleagues point out they try to meet all of their patients' needs, not just with radiation but through nutrition management, exercise help, even pet therapy.
Nature’s Way Purewater Systems, headquartered in Pittston, PA, and with operations and capacity doubling in size over the past three years to meet an ever-increasing market demand, has changed its name to USHydrations. The premier beverage contract manufacturer serves a variety of global brands with custom formulation and co-packing services.