Flower Mound, TX, November 16, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- WTF – Winning The Fight will present the documentary film “NOT ME” at McKinney North High School on Nov. 17 at 6:30 p.m. Following the 45-minute film, a panel discussion comprised of cast members and other professionals will take questions from the audience.
“NOT ME” is a film about eight separate individuals that collectively tells a complete story of addiction, denial and recovery and depicts the honest and heartbreaking struggle so many families face today. The goal is to reach families currently dealing with addiction and to prepare families who may experience it in the future with critical information and resources. With drug overdoses on the rise, the need to open a dialogue and reduce the stigma associated with addiction is necessary to winning the fight.
Hundreds of families have already benefited from seeing “NOT ME”. One parent wrote, “So glad my 13 yr. old daughter’s soccer game was rained out so that we could attend tonight's showing of Not Me! I was shocked that she never touched her phone the entire time. I was shocked that at 8:00pm I leaned in to tell her we should probably go since I knew she still had homework and hadn't eaten. I was shocked when she waved me off and said no we should stay it will be fine.”
The film is appropriate for children, 9 and older, and families are encouraged to attend together. McKinney North High School is located at 2550 Wilmeth Road in McKinney.
About WTF – Winning The Fight
WTF – Winning The Fight is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization that provides drug education, support and necessary resources to youth and families that suffer from the disease of addiction.
For further information, please contact Kathy O’Keefe at 972-467-7704 or Kathy@WTF-WinningTheFight.org
Note to editor: The film trailer can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/BKWky-gpBGc