11 Union St.,
Lawrence, MA 01840
For Immediate Release
Tuesday, June 21, 2016
Contact: John Guilfoil
Email: [email protected]
The Psychological Center, Inc. Announces “Strike Out Stigma” Softball Tournament
LAWRENCE — The Psychological Center, Inc. (TPC) is pleased to announce that it will be hosting the 2016 Strike Out Stigma softball tournament and invites the community to attend.
Saturday, Aug. 13 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Burnham Field, Burnham Road, Methuen
- The Psychological Center, Inc.
- Methuen Police and Fire Departments
- Lawrence Police and Fire Departments
- Andover Police and Fire Departments
- North Andover Police and Fire Departments
In partnership with local police and fire departments, The Psychological Center, Inc. invites the community to be a part of its Strike Out Stigma Softball Tournament. The goal of this tournament is to bring awareness to TPC’s programs and to raise funds so they can continue to serve those who are homeless and those who suffer from substance addiction and mental health disorders.
Participating police and fire departments will be divided into eight teams. There will be a game played on two fields, and the third field will host a kid-friendly sports activity. A donation of $20 will admit one to five people and also enter them into a drawing for Red Sox tickets.
The Psychological Center, Inc. is also seeking sponsors for the tournament. Sponsorships are available for $500 and include name recognition on team t-shirts, signage on snack and beverage vendor trays, a thank you sign for your office/business with a team picture, four family passes — each of which admit five people to the game — and entry into a raffle for Red Sox tickets.
Those who wish to purchase a sponsorship are asked to do so by Aug. 1. For more information about tickets and sponsorship, please contact Kelly Townsend at [email protected] or Virginia Gomez at 978-291-2287.
About The Psychological Center, Inc.:
The Psychological Center, established in 1971, is committed to serving individuals living with substance abuse or alcohol addiction, mental health issues or homelessness by providing structured and comprehensive environments that offer hope while empowering individuals to achieve recovery with respect and without stigma. Each person receives individualized treatment to make changes happen toward a healthy and meaningful future.
For more information on The Psychological Center, please visit its website.