ASAP, Centerstone to host Thanksgiving meal prepared by those in recovery

COLUMBUS, Ind. — The Alliance for Substance Abuse Progress (ASAP) and Centerstone will host a Community Thanksgiving Meal from 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church.

Meals will be prepared by community recovery housing participants and treatment providers from Transformational Living Ministries, Oxford House, VOA Fresh Start and Groups Recover Together.

“We are so pleased that our community Recovery Housing participants banded together to serve Thanksgiving Dinner for members of our community,” said Sherri Jewett, ASAP executive director. “Giving back to your community is an important part of recovery, and we are pleased to see so many people in recovery come together in service of others.”

Those who are attending should enter at Door B2. There will be a photo book where families may take pictures together with Thanksgiving props as well as information tables with information.

There will be non-perishable baskets for guest to take home that include Thanksgiving food, as well as clothing vouchers and donations.

The event is supported through charitable donations from Mariah Peer Foods, Texas Roadhouse and community members.