An evening with Steve Grant

Date: Tuesday, October 19th, 2021
Time: 7:00pm CST
Cost: $25 per person
Location: LIVE Video Webinar

Loving someone who is struggling with substance abuse can be terrifying and that fear can be as isolating for family members as the addiction is for the person struggling. In his book Don’t Forget Me, Steve Grant shares what he learned during his own difficult journey to encourage and guide others who love someone struggling with substance abuse. Steve’s two sons, Chris and Kelly, took distinctly different paths to the same outcome: death by overdose. Steve will share his personal story as a father before moderating a panel of local Kansas Citians with shared experiences. Steve offers time-tested, practical suggestions to assure family members and friends of those struggling with substance abuse they have not lost their minds and encourages them to find hope—even on the darkest days.


An evening with Liz Murray

Cost: $15 per person
Location: On-demand Video Replay

Liz Murray is the founder and director of Manifest Living and a motivational speaker. A made-for-TV film about Murray’s life Homeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story, was released in 2003. Liz Murray’s New York Times (US) and Sunday Times (UK) bestselling memoir “Breaking Night” was released in September 2010. This is a story of success despite being homeless and raised by drug-addicted parents. Liz will share her personal story before moderating a panel of local Kansas Citians with shared experiences of loved ones struggling with addiction.


An evening with Lara Moritz, KMBC 9 News Anchor

Cost: FREE, Donations are welcomed
Location: On-demand Video Replay

Lara Moritz, KMBC 9 News Anchor, will spend 30 minutes sharing her personal story and how she has overcome her struggle with addiction.  She will also interview three Oxford residents who will share their stories and how living in an Oxford House has changed their lives. This inaugural GRACE Speaks event will be free of charge as we introduce the Speaks program.


GRACE relies solely on private donations. Funds raised by GRACE Speaks will be used for outreach operations to meet our goals of opening new houses, serving residents and overseeing adherence to the Oxford House™ model.