On Wednesday,\u00a0March 15, The Ridgefield Playhouse will host a screening of Generation Found\u2014a powerful documentary about the effort put forth by a group of Houston residents to battle the area\u2019s epidemic rates of youth addiction, death, and incarceration by working together to build the world\u2019s largest peer-driven youth and family recovery community. The screening is presented as part of the Hearst Media Entertaining Conversations Series and the HamletHub Whole New You Series, with additional support from Reliance Merchant Services, Newport Academy, Insight Counseling LLC, Silver Hill Hospital and Ridgefield Prevention Council. From the creators of the groundbreaking film The Anonymous People, Generation Found tells the deeply personal story of how one community came together to ignite a youth addiction recovery revolution in their hometown. Visionary counselors, law school dropouts, aspiring rock musicians, retired football players, oil industry executives, and church leaders in Houston\u2014facing the reality of burying and locking up their community\u2019s young people at an alarming rate\u2014worked to provide a real and tested long-term alternative to the \u201cWar On Drugs.\u201d The result was revolutionary. Following the screening will be a Q & A with the film\u2019s producer and Emmy-award winning filmmaker Jeff Reilly; award winning documentary filmmaker Greg Williams; Liz Jorgensen, CADC and Director of Insight Counseling in Ridgefield; Carter Barnhart, Director of Continuing Care and Referral Relations at Newport Academy; and Aaron Krasner, MD, Adolescent Transitional Living Program Service Chief at Silver Hill Hospital. For more information on this event or upcoming shows, call the box office at 203-438-5795, or visit ridgefieldplayhouse.org.\u00a0 The Ridgefield Playhouse is a non-profit performing arts center located at 80 East Ridge, parallel to Main Street, Ridgefield, CT.