Bridge to Recovery, the Concho Valley's Recovery Oriented System of Care, invites everyone to enjoy a night of performance art on Thursday, Jan. 28th, at 6:30 at the Stephens Central Library.

Tracy Whiteside

Bridge to Recovery is working to create a community where people in recovery have access to multiple resources and supports to meet their individual substance abuse recovery needs without fear of stigma or discrimination. It's the perfect time to enjoy music and poetry with a positive message in a recovery friendly environment.

Everyone's welcome and there's light refreshments, coffee, and youth activities.

You can also learn about services provided by the Alcohol & Drug Abuse Council of the Concho Valley, Concho Valley Rape Crisis Center, San Angelo Dream Center, MHMR-Concho Valley, Concho Valley Community Supervision & Corrections Dept., Workforce Solutions of the Concho Valley, DFPS, Texas Workforce Commission, Children's Advocacy Center, Esperanza Health & Dental Clinic, DPS Victims Advocacy, Concho Valley Turning Point, and the United Way of the Concho Valley.

For more information, call the Bridge to Recovery at 224-3481.