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Tee-Off for Our Teens 2017 Golf Invitational

Tuesday, May 23rd @ 11:30am-9:00pm

Teens across Long Island are facing the fight of their lives…

…as they are bombarded with media messages and social interactions promoting unhealthy choices. We all know someone who is desperately struggling to save their child from the epidemic of alcohol, marijuana, prescription drugs and heroin that is sweeping our community. LICADD’s evidence-based education and prevention programs are a lifeline, providing parents, teachers, children and young adults with effective solutions. By reaching out to our children in their early years with effective prevention programs, we can help end the cycle of addiction. We need your help to keep these programs accessible to families in need.

HOW CAN YOU HELP? …by participating in Tee-Off for Our Teens, you can be part of the solution. You can help us save a young teen’s life and restore families.

This exceptional opportunity is limited to the first 88 golfers. Field will be restricted to 22 foursomes for speed of play. Early reservations are highly recommended and advance payment is required to secure all reservations.

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Date:
Tue, May 23rd
Time:
11:30 am - 9:00 pm

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LICADD’s mission is to address the addictive climate of our times by providing initial attention and referral services to individuals, families, and children, through intervention, education and professional guidance to overcome the ravages of alcohol and other drug-related problems.