The Morton Center Report
 September 2016

Upcoming Events

for The Morton Center
Annual Luncheon
Keynote Speaker-
Chief Leonard Campanello

October 3 is dine at 
Middletown -to benefit
The Morton Center

In the News

Useful Links

  This year, The Morton Center is excited to be participating in Give Local Louisville, a 24-hour online giving day that supports the local nonprofits doing great work in our community. Last year, through Give Local Louisville, our community raised $3M for the 362 participating nonprofits.
On September 15, for those 24 hours, the Community Foundation of Louisville and its partners will maximize the community's generosity with Golden Tickets, prizes, and bonus dollars. This provides an incredible opportunity for donors like you and me to increase the impact of our gifts to the nonprofits we care about!
Online credit card giving will take place at from 12:00 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, September 15.
With the increasing need for treatment services The Morton Center needs your help!  Last year we helped over 1300 individuals, and received over 2,400 phone calls for help with 67% of those calls from parents.
Let's see how much we can raise in 24 hours! So we don't have to turn away those phone calls. Invite your family, friends, coworkers, and employers to donate on September 15 and help make Give Local Louisville a huge success for our community!
Please Donate now! Every dollar raised helps bring someone healing.  

For more information, visit

With gratitude,
Priscilla McIntosh 
Chief Executive Office

Join us @
The Morton Center 
Annual Luncheon 
with Keynote Speaker
Chief Leonard Campanello

Police Chief Makes Unique Offer to Addicts
Police Chief Makes Unique Offer to Addicts

When :Tuesday, September 27
Doors open @ 11am
Where:The Olmsted

Honorary Chair
Lisa Steiner, Brown-Forman
Senior Vice President, Chief of Staff,
Director of Global Communications and Services
Stephen C. Gault Stewardship Award to
Mary Ellen Stottmann

Don't miss the opportunity to hear Chief Campanello speak about the Angel Program.  In the first year the program helped over 400 individuals get treatment.  The Angels' Program success led to the creation of the Police Assisted Addition and Recovery Initiative, now in 100 communities in 22 states, including the Jeffersontown Police Department, which is the first in Kentucky.

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