On March 16, students and faculty from the College of Pharmacy participated in the third annual Easter egg hunt held for children who reside at Renewal House. Approximately 40 children received colorful baskets and filled them with Easter eggs, candy and toys from the hunt.
Laura Berlind, chief executive officer of Renewal House said, “I just love this event that Belmont pharmacy students put on for us each year. It is a great opportunity for our families to bond and enjoy their day together.”
Renewal House serves women who have the disease of addiction. Health professionals within Renewal House work to preserve the family structure by fostering healing and resiliency among those affected by addiction. In addition they promote recovery to enhance the overall health of the family.