Anaheim, California – The Anaheim Lighthouse, a drug and alcohol recovery facility in Anaheim, California supported the banquet hosted by Grupo De Autismo Angeles. The event, which was held at the Bombay Banquet Hall on November 9, 2019, was organized to advocate autism programs for the Latino community.
Grupo de Autismo Angeles is a non-profit organization that works towards supporting families and children with autism at home and in the community. It is considered the first support group created for Spanish-speaking families in Southern California that focuses on autism.
Tamara Jimenez, Community Relations Manager of the Lighthouse, said that attending the event was the center’s way to show its commitment towards the local community.
“We at the Lighthouse are proud and honored to be supporting such a great organization that provides resources, education, and is committed to creating autism awareness to the Orange County Latino community,” Jimenez said.
Aside from Lighthouse staff, the gala dinner was also attended by alumni members. Jose Juarez, a Lighthouse alumni shared that they appreciated the learning that they gained by attending the dinner.
“This event was a lot of fun, while being informed of autism, we also enjoyed a dinner, raffles, and dancing,” Juarez said.
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Anaheim Lighthouse provides drug detox and addiction rehabilitation in Orange County, Southern California. Along with providing substantial dual diagnosis therapies, over 20,000 people have recovered from alcoholism and drug addiction through Lighthouse.
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