Center for Family Life and Recovery Partners with Sheriff’s Office to Expand Awareness of “No Empty Chair” Campaign

Center for Family Life and Recovery is partnering up with the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office to expand awareness of the “No Empty Chair” campaign. Launched by the Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee in April, this initiative is a teen driving safety education and enforcement campaign that raises awareness of highway dangers in the hope there will be no empty chairs during graduation season.

“Now that we are approaching graduation season, we want to make sure there are no empty chairs at a graduation ceremony because someone made a destructive decision, or someone decided to drink and drive or was distracted,” said Oneida County Sheriff Rob Maciol.

Center for Family Life and Recovery will be supporting the campaign by running their award-winning tv commercial, “One Decision,” which emphasizes one decision can lead to tragic consequences.

Maciol will be featured on the CFLR’s “Hopeful Minute” segment found on their website,  this month, where he discusses the campaign with CFLR CEO, Cassandra Sheets.

Center for Family Life and Recovery supports individuals struggling with addiction, mental health and behavioral issues by inspiring hope, providing help, promoting wellness and transforming lives. To learn more, visit or call (315) 733-1709

Posted by Cassandra Sheets