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Ways to Get Involved During National Recovery Month

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National Recovery Month, sponsored and recognized by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), was created with the mission to educate Americans that substance abuse treatment and mental health services can empower those with mental and substance use disorders to live a healthy and rewarding life.

Over the past 30 years, the recognition of recovery has been more than remembering the lives we have lost to these illnesses. It’s also about celebrating the gains that recovery brings.

By promoting new evidence-based treatment and recovery practices, we are able to educate society on the science behind treatment and recovery. By sharing recovery stories and event involvement, we are given hope and inspiration for a better life, especially with those still seeking help.

We recognize that these illnesses are like many others. Heart disease, cancer, diabetes – we are all in recovery for something. This September, we encourage communities to educate and get involved. Through these efforts, we contribute to breaking the stigma of addiction and mental health illnesses.

How You Can Contribute

Events to Attend

August 30: Yoga for Recovery, Austin TX

September 7: 5th Annual Houston Peer Recovery Festival, Houston TX

September 14: Rock to Recovery, Austin TX

September 21: Big Texas Rally for Recovery, Arlington TX

Learn More

History of National Recovery Month

Read Personal Stories

That Sober Guy Podcast

Recognizing other Related Dates

September 10th: World Suicide Prevention Day

September 20th: National Addiction Professionals Day

September 16th-22nd: National Rehabilitation Awareness Week

 

 

 

 

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