Sweet 16


Please Join Us in Celebrating the 16 Year Anniversary of A New PATH
For an Elegant Evening of Dining and Entertainment

Sunday, April 26, 2015
5:00-9:00pm

Celebrating 15 Years

April 11, 2014

International Overdose Awareness Vigil:
A New PATH (Parents for Addiction Treatment & Healing) invites you to join us at the vigil to rememer the individuals who have lost their lives to overdose, and to failed war on drugs.
Friday, August 30, 2013

Broken No More, GRASP,
momsunited to end the war on drugs,
Drug Policy Alliance
Join us for L.A.'s Celebration of the
13th Annual International Overdose Awareness Day
August 31, 2013

Where Performance Art Meets Political Action-
Remembering Lives Lost and Educating Solutions to Overdoses

Musical Path to Recovery!
Join us for an afternoon and evening of Music Art and Recovery!
Friday April 26, 2013

Music, Art and Recovery 101 Seminar
Musical PATH to Recovery Concert

International Overdose Awareness Day 
Performance Art meets Political ACTION!
Friday August 31, 2012 at 12:30pm *Hollywood!*
To celebrate life and bring awawreness to the lives lost by accidental overdose the
Los Angeles chapter of A New PATH will be holding a “performance art” happening; “ROCK LIFE! Prevent accidental overdose!”  This  part of the national Moms United to End the War on Drugs campaign (A project of A New PATH)

SUMMER 2012 US/MEXICO 
CARAVAN FOR PEACE
Join US in Supporting the Caravan for Peace and Justice!
Sunday Aug. 12, 2012 at 7:00pm-8:30pm
Chicano Park-1955 Logan, San Diego
The War on Drugs has produced pain consequences in both Mexico and the United States, leaving a trail of death, pain and corruption in its path.  The Movement for Peace and Justice will begin its North American tour in San Diego on Aug, 12 and travel along a route of more than 25 cities in one month, bring a message of peace, with the understanding that we are all part of the same human family.

International Overdose Awareness Day:
Vigil-Friday, August 31, 2012
A New PATH( Parents for Addiction & Healing) invites you to join uat a vigil on Aug. 31, 2012 as we remember & honor individuals who have lost their lives to overdose, and to the failed war on drugs.
When: August 31, 2012-7pm
Where: St. Paul’s Cathedral Courtyard
2728 6th Ave. San Diego, CA 92103

INTERNATIONAL DRUG
AWARENESS DAY: VIGIL

Invites you to join us at a vigil on Aug. 31, 2011 as we remember & honor indiciduals who have lost their lives to overdose, and to the failed war on drugs.

Why: Accidental fatal overdose is the leading cause of injury-related death in the US, and the leading cause of death among people who use drugs around the world.
We encourage sensible solutions such as increase access to overdose reversal mediation naloxone & implementing Good Samaritan 911 policies.

June 18th
Please join A New PATH Los Angeles, Moms United to End the War on Drugs and Students for Sensible Drug Policiy for an ALL DAY EVENT!
PRISONS DON’T WORK! STAND UP AND BE HEARD!

“Community Solutions”-A community response to the failed 40 year War on Drugs and Mass Incarceration”

GET EDUCATED, EMPOWERED AND ENTERTAINED!

June 18th
Please join A New PATH Los Angeles, Moms United to End the War on Drugs and Students for Sensible Drug Policiy for an ALL DAY EVENT!
PRISONS DON’T WORK! STAND UP AND BE HEARD!

“Community Solutions”-A community response to the failed 40 year War on Drugs and Mass Incarceration”

GET EDUCATED, EMPOWERED AND ENTERTAINED!

April 29, 2011
Please Join Us at Our Evening Event As We Celebrate Musical PATH to Recovery &
The 12 year Anniversary of
A New PATH

We are proud to honor 4 organizations with PATH to Recovery Partner Awards The Southwestern College Concert Choir will sing selections from the Misa Azteca, which they will perform in Carnegie Hall this February, along with other selections.

McMillan Events Center at NTC Promenade 
7pm – 10pm

Enjoy a feast of Chocolate & Other Sweet Delights!
Program Ads & Sponsorships Available

AN INCH FROM THE HEARTReception & Exhibition of Original Art and PoetrySaturday, June 7, 2008, 5-8pm The San Diego Art Institute 1439 El Prado San Diego, CA 92101
Refreshments & Sparkling Water Served
Reception & Exhibition is FREE to the Public
The showcase was created when students of UCSD and San Diego City College interviewed individuals in recovery from drug addiction, some of whom are members of the Proposition 36 Alumni Association, and transformed these oral histories into works of art.  An Inch From the Hearth, depicts the “found poetry” selected from the interviews.

A New PATH’s partners in this project are The Drug Policy Alliance, USCS and San Diego City College, Prop 36  Alumni Association, Alliance Healthcare Foundation,  The California Endowment, San Diego Art Institute.

RALLY FOR RECOVERY! September 15, 2007, 5pm
Event Time: 5pm – 6pm: Walk & Rally
4:30pm Press Conference
A New PATH (Parents for Addiction Treatment & Healing) invites you toCOME JOIN US Walk on Washington & Rally for Recovery! Help us to mobilize in support of policies that support recovery from addictive illness, to end discrimination against individuals who suffer from the disease of addiction,and to celebrate recovery. San Diego recovery advocates will walk down WashingtonStreet in Mission Hills from Hawk Street to 4th Street with signs that support therapeutic justice.
September is National Alcohol & Drug Addiction Recovery month, so Walk onWashington & Rally for Recovery coincides with other events that are held in over 50 communities across the nation as a part of Faces and Voices of Recovery Rallyfor Recovery day.Event Agenda:The walk and rally begins at 5pm at Pioneer Park next to Grant Elementary School at 1425 WashingtonPlace, and proceeds east on Washington St. to 4th avenue and back to Pioneer Park.
A press conference will precede the rally at 4:30 pm at Pioneer Park, with invited community leaders,
elected offi cials, A New PATH (Parents for Addiction Treatment & Healing) spokespeople, and individuals
in recovery.

MUSICAL GIFT TO RECOVERY
A New PATH is pleased to invite you to an afternoon of classical music for one and two pianos!

Featuring: Diane Snodgrass, Monique Kunewalder and Sylvia Liwerant.  This event celebrates the Seventh Anniversary of a New PATH and promotes Alcohol Awareness Month.
Concert Followed by refreshments and dessert.  Ticket Price: $60 Individual $100 Couple
Sunday, April 9, 2006 at 3:00pm

Green Music Concert Hall
7480 Miramar Road, San Diego

NATURAL RHYTHMS
A Jazz Concert and Celebration of NatureFeaturing: San Diego’s finest Jazz artists: Joe Marillo, Rob Thorsen and Joe Azarello.  Sunday, June 3, 2007 at 2:00pm.  Guided tours of Mission Trails Park available at 4:30pm.  Space limited-reserve early.
Mission Trails Regional Park Visitor Center
Father Junipero Serra Trail off Mission Gorge Road San Diego, CA 92124 www.mtrp.org
Concert followed by reception.  Ticket Price:$50.

The proceeds of this special music performance will help to raise funds for a New PATH, and support its efforts to reduce the stigma of substance abuse and addictive illness.

IT TAKES A COMMUNITY!

A New PATH (Parents for Addiction Treatment & Healing)  and the Mental Health Association (MHA) are proud to announce a first annual gala event: Saturday evening, September 8, 2001 at the Wyndham Emerald Plaza.

It Takes a Community…

To reach out to young adult struggling with alcohol or drug addiction.

To provide support and needed treatment with severe mental illness.

To help kids and families get back on track when they are experiencing the devastation of the disease of addiction.

To face the social and emotional problems created by substance abuse and mental illness.

 

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Please join us in a Rally & Vigil
sponsored by A New PATH 
San Diego Central Courthouse Steps
220 West Broadway San Diego, CA 92101
April 28, 2010 at 6pm
April 2010 marks the anniversary of 11 years of
A New PATH’s advocacy work for therapeutic drug policies. This event will launch a campaign to stop the violence, mass incarceration and overdose
deaths resulting from our current punitive and discriminatory drug policies.  The vigil will acknowledge those who have lost their lives or liberty to the failed “War on Drugs”.
A New PATH is partnering with other organizations such as Families ACT! and Broken No More, as well as individuals from various areas of California in a massive collaborative effort to change our current policies of arrest and imprisonment to therapeutic strategies and regulation. Mothers are leading the charge to stop the pointless and punitive incarceration of drug users, and to end the needless deaths created by the illegal drug trade. 
Please bring signs and pictures of your loved ones whose lives have been damaged by the War on Drugs and join us in demonstrating for change.

REAL PEOPLE RECOVER We pass on the street, A Reception & Exhibition of original art, poetry, video and books Saturday, February 24, 2007 5-7pm.  The San Diego Art Institute 1439 El Prado San Diego, CA 92101. 
The showcase was created when students of UCSD and San Diego City College interviewed individuals in recovery from drug addiction, some of whom are members of the Proposition 36 Alumni Association, and transformed these oral histories into works of art. 
A New PATH’s Real People Recover event is part of a national project called Addiction & Recovery Communities Take Action.
A premiere viewing of a clip from the new HBO documentary addiction will be shown.

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