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Father Bill Hultberg, OSFS, chaplain of the Caron Foundation, will present “Too Sick to Sin: Addictions, Co-dependency and Hope,” a discussion of breaking the hold of addictions, noon Friday in Interfaith Chapel, Hogg Hall.

Sponsored by the Chaplain’s Office, the event is free and open to the public. Lunch may be brought or purchased for $3.

Hultberg is a certified addiction counselor and recipient of the Ryan White Award for his retreat program for HIV-affected people.

The nonprofit Caron Foundation seeks to provide “an enlightened, caring treatment community in which all those affected by alcoholism or other drug addiction may begin a new life.” Now in its fifth decade, the organization offers a full spectrum of gender-specific chemical dependency treatment programs, treating addicts ranging from adolescents to seniors. Its provides early intervention, medical evaluation, and detoxification; residential primary, relapse and extended care; outpatient treatment for adults and adolescents; continuing care; family counseling; and codependency treatment.

The organization was founded by Richard J. Caron, a Reading, Pa., industrialist and recovering alcoholic.

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