Groundbreaking film that explores revolutionary ways of addressing addiction at a national level to be shown at historic La Paloma in Encinitas, CA

Generation Found is a film about alternative recovery approaches that work for young people who struggle with addiction. These approaches are being utilized all over the country and have become a social movement that is spreading to schools and universities nationwide. Several leaders in the addiction treatment industry have taken notice and feel this film is so important that they are hosting a special showing of the film at the Historic La Paloma Theater, located in the City of Encinitas, CA
ENCINITAS, Calif. - Aug. 19, 2016 - PRLog -- It is well known that young people in today's day and age have significant struggles to face and overcome.  One of the greatest obstacles of growing up in the midst of an opioid addiction epidemic is how to make it through one's youth without falling prey to the disease of addiction.  Seemingly innocent is how it starts.  A young man or woman has a few drinks with friends.  Nothing bad happens and in fact they find that they have enjoyed themselves.  All of a sudden the forewarnings of authority figures begin to lose significant credibility and further exploration into drug use begins to become a possibility.  For some this exploration is abandoned and they move on with their lives.  For others it unlocks a physiological and psychological dependency on drugs that can have devastating consequences, up to and all too often including death.

This growing issue among the youth of today is often cited with few effective solutions.  Enter Generation Found, an independent film by the makers of the very popular The Anonymous People, that examines revolutionary recovery strategies for working with young people in various settings including recovery based high schools and collegiate recovery support programs.  These programs are an actual answer to the problem and offer a positive, health conscious approach to substance use disorders.  It shows and highlights success, where the "War on Drugs", which had attacking and negative perspectives, was an utter failure.

Generation Found is only being shown in exclusive theaters and only when hosted by interested community supports who are acting as Captains or hosts.  On September 14th, 2016, the City of Encinitas, CA is going to be one of the very fortunate locations that this film is being brought to.  The historic La Paloma theater is going to be the setting for this crucially important film.   The hosts of the film will be listed at the end of this article with appropriate contact information provided as well.  Each of the hosts will also be hosting a question and answer panel session following the film to address audience questions and comments as all of them have unique and expert level knowledge in the addiction treatment field.

Tickets must be purchased at http://gathr.us/screening/17250 and must be purchased in advance.  Ticket supplies are limited so please purchase your tickets today.

The hosts for this exclusive screening will be:

True North Recovery Services
Intensive Outpatient Treatment Center in Encinitas, CA
760-517-6544
www.sandiegoaddictions.com
help@sandiegoaddictions.com

Austin Recovery
All levels of care, including women with children located in Austin, TX
512-697-8600
http://www.austinrecovery.org

Mental Health Systems
Teen Recovery Center and Sober High School, San Marcos, CA
760-744-3672
https://www.mhsinc.org/listing/teen-recovery-center-north-inland-2/

Foundations Recovery Network
Offering All Levels of Care including outpatient treatment in the Hillcrest area of San Diego
619-321-1575
http://www.foundationsrecoverynetwork.com/outpatient-treatment/foundations-san-diego/

The Grounds Recovery
Transitional Living for Young Men in La Jolla, CA
805-698-1947
http://thegroundsrecovery.com

A New Path
Structured Sober Living in Carbondale, Colorado and San Rafael, CA
855-925-5267
http://anewpath.com

Media Contact
Kansas Cafferty
***@sandiegoaddictions.com
760-517-6544
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