Woodbury-Bethlehem Addiction Recovery and Resource Center
In photo, left to right: Lesley Gomez, Woodbury Bethlehem Parent Connection, Sue Piel, Director, Woodbury Public Library, Jeff McKenna, Advocates for Substance Abuse Prevention.
The Woodbury-Bethlehem Advocates for Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP) Addiction and Recovery Resource Center at the Woodbury Public Library includes a variety of titles, including biographies, non-fiction, and graphic novels. The Resource Center was created in loving memory of Cristina Gomez and is curated by The Woodbury-Bethlehem Parent Connection, The Woodbury-Bethlehem Advocates for Substance Abuse Prevention and the Woodbury Public Library. Along with the books, the Addiction & Recovery Resource Center offers a wide variety of materials on drug abuse prevention including tips for teens and information for parents. ASAP is a nonprofit community based organization focused on reducing substance abuse by promoting healthy lifestyles through education and prevention. Check out more information on the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America page.