Ribbon Cutting for LG43 Project Walking Path at Serenity Village
6 Dunean Street
Greenville, SC 29611
The Greenville Chamber, Leadership Greenville – Class 43/Team 3, and The Family Effect Foundation are pleased to announce the opening of a new walking path at Serenity Village. Located in Greenville County, Serenity Village is a residential treatment program for mothers and children suffering from substance use disorders.
The new walking path will provide mothers and their children a safe place to walk with their children, explore nature, and reflect on their journeys toward recovery. “At Serenity Village, we recognize that space matters. When a mother and her child feel comfortable in their surroundings, they are able to more freely accept treatment. This new walking path is more than just a place to walk, it is a place where families can heal together and symbolizes their journey to a better future,” says Allison Safford, Director of Community Engagement for The Family Effect. “We are grateful for Leadership Greenville’s hard work and dedication to help us further our mission of creating a healthy environment where hope and healing can occur. At The Family Effect, we believe that when a community comes together to heal a family, we all get better.”
The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony will be held at Serenity Village (6 Dunean Street, Greenville, SC, 29611) on Wednesday, June 7 from 1:00 to 2:00pm.
Please join leaders from the Greenville Chamber, Leadership Greenville – Class 43/Team 3, The Family Effect Board of Directors, Greenville County Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, and other community leaders, donors, and volunteers, as we celebrate this exciting addition to the Serenity Village campus.
The Family Effect works to reduce addiction as the leading cause of family collapse and harm to children by building community support for Phoenix Center programs through comprehensive marketing, advocacy, and development initiatives. To learn more about the work of The Family Effect, please visit www.familyeffect.org or call 864-483-3114. To learn more about the Phoenix Center please visit www.phoenixcenter.org or call 864-467-3915.