According to an article updated May 2, 2016 in Savannahnow.com by Jan Skutch, it states: “For most of his life Bill Carruthers was a walking example of everything that could go wrong with a life. His battles with substance abuse, alcoholism and mental illness and the law dominated him for 40 years. But today he could be the poster child for recovery and a champion for those, like him, who are battling addictions and trying to change their lives to become productive citizens who can take pride in what they do. He is the program manager for the Savannah Counseling Peer Program, a figure in National Alliance on Mental Illness, Georgia and Savannah, and a speaker who goes nationwide with his story of survival and recovery. “ Women At The Table invite you to attend this power packed discussion and bring someone with you Sunday, September 24 beginning 5: 00 pm at Dandy Youth Development Corporation (DYDC) 3709 Waters Ave @ 54th Street in Savannah, GA.
Women At The Table is a community based talk panel that provides opportunities to discuss meaningful, informative and interesting topics.