Not in MY Family

Presented by The Corey Seidel Addiction Awareness and Educational Program of Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School

Wednesday, March 29, 2017 • 7 pm
Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School
Rosen Arts Center / Mintzes Theater
3300 Old Court Road, Baltimore

Think nice Jewish kids don’t use drugs?

Would you know how to tell if a friend had a drug addiction?

No one is immune to the skyrocketing drug addiction rates in the US… not even “nice Jewish kids.”

High School parents are invited to participate in this important educational opportunity. Join in an honest conversation about drug addiction in the Jewish community to eradicate the stigma that often prevents treatment. High school students are welcome to attend.


List of 3 items.

  • PART I: The Science of Addiction

    Beth Kane Davidson, LCPC, LCADC, director, Addiction Treatment Center–Suburban Hospital, will offer an overview on drug addiction: warning signs, effects on the brain, treatment options, and family and community engagement.
  • PART II: From Tragedy to Triumph: Overcoming Stigma, Pursuing Recovery

    Friends and family members will reflect on those they’ve lost to drug addiction, while others in recovery will share their struggles and successes in this candid panel discussion.
  • Panel Members

    Stephen and Susan Seidel
    The Seidels’ son, Corey ‘09, died of a heroin overdose one year ago

    Joseph Oberstein ‘04 and Mitchell Singer
    Joseph and Mitchell are both in recovery from drug addiction

    Dr. Gary Manko
    A Jewish physician whose son, Aaron, died six years ago after a 13-year struggle with addiction

    Lizzy Solovey ‘09
    Former classmate and friend of Corey Seidel
For more information about this program, contact Beth Tfiloh High School Counselor Mrs. Rochelle Sullivan, 410-413-2424,
BETH TFILOH Dahan Community School
Roz & Marvin H. Weiner Family Campus | 3300 Old Court Road, Baltimore, MD 21208 | 410-486-1905 |