Jade Recovery

Mental Health is brought into the spotlight with positivity by Jade Recovery and AMF

The first Jade Recovery event in California was a resounding success this weekend, with sponsors including Heal Grief, Actively Moving Forward, WeConnect, Interior Illusions, Mastros and Spooning with Sarah. Held at a breathtaking Beverly Hills estate with a beautiful view of Los Angeles it was an idyllic location for this important event.

Guests like Annalynne McCord, Tara Reid, Andy Dick, Gilda Garza and more, came out to celebrate Jade Recovery’s success in Denver and soon to be California whilst also supporting two amazing charities that also support Mental Health issues, Actively Moving Forward and Heal Grief. These often taboo subjects were highlighted in a celebration that we have progressed so much as a culture that we are able to embrace the fact that mental health is just as important as physical health.

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Guests collected after the red carpet, to hear inspiring stories, as well as a great jazz band. Celebrities and members of the mental health and recovery community came together for this evening of beautiful togetherness. The spectacular views from the garden of the mansion in which the event was held only served to elevate the beauty of the event and its mission.

Overall, the Jade Recovery event brought individuals together to raise awareness of mental health, addiction recovery, and support for grief while making it an entertaining night for everyone. 

Jade Recovery strives to offer a different type of treatment. Sometimes in large treatment facilities patients are lost in the background, or feel like just another patient moving through the steps. At Jade Recovery, patients can expect to be challenged, to be noticed and to be surrounded by people who are invested in their recovery. 

With locations already in place in Colorado and Georgia and another opening soon in California, Jade Recovery is equipped to help and support you no matter where you are in the country.

Visit this website to get more insight: http://healgrief.org/Actively-Moving-Forward