Sixth Annual Helen Cordes Award Dinner

Fort Bend Regional Council on Substance Abuse, Inc. presents the Sixth Annual Helen Cordes Award Dinner featuring intervention specialists Debbie and Brandon Knauss on February 26, 2015 at Safari Texas Ranch in Richmond, Texas. The award dinner is held in honor of an individual who has given their time, experience and expertise to Fort Bend Regional Council. The Honoree for 2015 is Judge Susan Lowery, who has been an outspoken advocate on substance abuse issues.

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What We Do

Since 1976, Fort Bend Regional Council on Substance Abuse, Inc. (FBRC) has challenged the idea that substance abuse is just another sad fact of modern society. Substance abuse disorders are indiscriminate in whom they affect and are the cause of so many problems in our community.

With that in mind, FBRC comprehensively addresses substance abuse through youth prevention and leadership development programs, treatment for individuals and families struggling with addiction, and outreach programs to help families and communities stay safe and drug free.

In the last decade



5,377 individuals have been given hope through FBRC’s treatment services.



FBRC has impacted the lives of 205,192 children with classroom based curriculum programs, small group discussions, one-on-one sessions, drug-free puppet shows and presentations.



74 elementary, middle and high school campuses have taken in part in FBRC programming.

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