HUNTSVILLE, Ala - Coach Gene Stallings is pretty legendary here in Alabama and you'll soon have a chance to hear the coach share some of his experiences, as well as answer your questions.
On August 11th, Huntville's Von Braun Center will be hosting a "Dinner with Gene Stallings" benefiting the "His Way" addiction recovery organization. The dinner begins at 6:30 p.m. with a VIP reception starting at 5:30 p.m. for autographs and pictures. Individual tickets cost $70 and a table for 8 people is $500; VIP reception tickets cost an additional $50.
Program Director of the organization "His Way", Jeremy Mitchell, speaks with Michelle Stark about what this specific addiction recovery program provides.
"His Way" (formerly "The Way") is a residential recovery program for men struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. The "His Way" facility consists of 3 buildings sitting on almost 5 acres. The program is 6-months long, with an optional second 6-months, and includes proven recovery materials and classes, spiritual counseling, life-skills coaching, and professional development and assistance. The goal at "His Way" is not only to help the men in the program, but also to impact entire families, communities, and even future generations.
Since "His Way" began in 2007, they've helped over 300 men, and seen close to 150 successfully complete the program. "His Way" is part of Heritage Home and is classified as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.