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Sponsorship Opportunities:

Austin Ripley Sponsor

$10,000

16 seats, Full-page ad in the program book, video recognition, and signage at table.

Matt Talbot Sponsor

$5,000

10 seats. Full-page ad in the program book, video recognition, and signage at table.

Sr. Mary Ellen Merrick Sponsor

$3,000

8 seats. Half-page ad in the program book, video recognition, and signage at table.

Fr. Ed Dowling Sponsor

$1,500

4 seats. Quarter-page ad in the program book, and video presentation recognition.

Individual Reservation

$250

One reservation. 

Advertising Opportunities:

PATRICK J. KENNEDY

The 66th Annual Bishop’s Dinner is set to take place on October 8, 2024, promising an evening of inspiration and advocacy. We are pleased to announce that Patrick Kennedy, a renowned mental health and addiction advocate, and former United States Representative, will deliver the
keynote address.

Mr. Kennedy has a profound impact on the national conversation surrounding mental health and addiction, and his message will resonate deeply with our community. As the featured speaker for the 66th Annual Bishop’s Dinner, he will share his insights, experiences, and vision for a healthier, more compassionate society.

 

Mark your calendars for October 8, 2024, and join us for an inspiring and impactful evening at the 66th Annual Bishop’s Dinner.

 

Please contact Anne Mantha at amantha@guesthouse.org
for further information.

Committee Members:

Event Date: October 8th, 2024

welcome to the
66th ANNUAL DETROIT
bishop’s dinner

The 66th Annual Bishop's Dinner is set to take place on October 8, 2024, promising an evening of inspiration and advocacy. We are pleased to announce that Patrick Kennedy, a renowned mental health and addiction advocate, and former United States Representative, will deliver the keynote address.

Mr. Kennedy has a profound impact on the national conversation surrounding mental health and addiction, and his message will resonate deeply with our community. As the featured speaker for the 66th Annual Bishop's Dinner, he will share his insights, experiences, and vision for a healthier, more compassionate society.

Mark your calendars for October 8, 2024, and join us for an inspiring and impactful evening at the 66th Annual Bishop's Dinner.

Location and further details will follow shortly.

Please contact Anne Mantha at amantha@guesthouse.org for further information.

Event Schedule

Dinner/Program:
The Mint at Michigan First Conference Center
27000 Evergreen Rd., Lathrup Village, MI

Mass: 4 pm - 5 pm
Cocktails: 5 pm - 6:00 pm
Dinner:
6:15 pm - 7:30 pm
Program:
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Featuring Keynote Speaker:
Patrick J. Kennedy


Author of " Helping Families Recover from Addiction: Coping, Growing and Healing through 12-Step Practices and Ignatian Spirituality."

Ad Specs and Considerations

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Deadline for ad copy is Wednesday, September 21

For questions or to forward ad copy and payment, please contact
Anne Mantha at 248.393.8910 or amantha@guesthouse.org.

Committee Members:

COMMITTEE MEMBERS:

CHAIRMAN

Salvatore, LoRe, Jr.

Robert Babinski

Denise Bertin-Epp

John Brusstar

Molly Brusstar

Stephen Dunn

Michael J. Fontana

Robert Pliska

Cathy Quenneville

Robert Babinski

John Brusstar

Stephen Dunn

Robert Pliska

Denise Bertin-Epp

Molly Brusstar

Michael J. Fontana

Cathy Quenneville

Register Today

Registration Deadline: Monday, October 3rd

Chairman

Robert A. Babinski

Vice Chairman

Salvatore LoRe, Jr.

Denise Bertin-Epp
John Brusstar
Molly Brusstar
Michael J. Fontana
Cathy Goodell

Anthony Petz      Robert Pliska

Thank you to our 2023 Sponsors

PATRICK J. KENNEDY

The 66th Annual Bishop's Dinner is set to take place on October 8, 2024, promising an evening of inspiration and advocacy. We are pleased to announce that Patrick Kennedy, a renowned mental health and addiction advocate, and former United States Representative, will deliver the keynote address.

Mr. Kennedy has a profound impact on the national conversation surrounding mental health and addiction, and his message will resonate deeply with our community. As the featured speaker for the 66th Annual Bishop's Dinner, he will share his insights, experiences, and vision for a healthier, more compassionate society.

During his time in Congress, Patrick J. Kennedy was the lead author of the landmark Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (Federal Parity Law), which requires insurers to cover treatment for mental health and substance use disorders no more restrictively than treatment for illnesses of the body. In 2013, he founded The Kennedy Forum, a nonprofit that unites advocates, business leaders, and government agencies to advance evidence-based practices, policies, and programming in mental health and addiction. In 2023, The Kennedy Forum launched the Alignment for Progress, a movement to align leaders from across industry and across the aisle to transform our mental health and addiction systems. Patrick Kennedy co-authored his latest book, “Profiles in Mental Health Courage,” available April 2024, which delves into the compelling stories of a diverse group of Americans who have struggled with their mental health – many of whom are sharing their stories for the first time. Please consider joining us for crucial insights that will reshape and improve our mental health and addiction systems, providing resources and equity to all.

Mark your calendars for October 8, 2024, and join us for an inspiring and impactful evening at the 66th Annual Bishop's Dinner.

Location and further details will follow shortly.

Please contact Anne Mantha at amantha@guesthouse.org for further information.

COMMITTEE MEMBERS:

CHAIRMAN

Salvatore, LoRe, Jr.

John Brusstar

Denise Bertin-Epp

Robert Pliska 

Molly Brusstar

Michael J. Fontana

Cathy Quenneville 

Treatment works. Recovery is possible.

Our mission is to provide the information, education, treatment and care needed to assure that Catholic clergy, men and women religious, and seminarians suffering from alcoholism, addictions, and other behavioral health conditions have the best opportunity for quality recovery and overall health and wellness.

We offer a holistic approach to treatment and care that is based on the spirituality of the twelve-step recovery model. Our approach empowers our clients to mindfully address substance use disorders, process addictions, compulsive overeating, and other behavioral health challenges. Guest House is staffed by licensed, certified, on-site clinical and spiritual professionals who are dedicated to the unique needs of Catholic clergy and religious in their journey to recovery. Guest House augments residential treatment with strong aftercare support programs, educational workshops, and alumni reunions and retreats.

Watch the video below to learn more about Guest House from Bishop Robert Reed's interview with President and CEO of Guest House Inc., Jeff Henrich.

Treatment Works. Recovery Is Possible. Guest House, Inc. - 1601 Joslyn Road, Lake Orion, MI. 48360

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