Each September, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) asks the nation to observe Recovery Month to increase awareness and understanding of mental illness and addictions and to celebrate people in recovery from these conditions.
With the Association of Recovery Schools, Young People in Recovery, and Transforming Youth Recovery, the National Council for Behavioral Health hosted the 26th Annual Recovery Month Luncheon on September 10, 2015.
This special invite-only event brought together the leaders and champions of the recovery movement from Federal agencies, national advocates, leading service providers, and businesses to celebrate milestones and explore future opportunities for a more robust movement.
Watch the Recording
We offered a live stream for the entire luncheon, which included messages from national leaders in addictions and mental health, a special performance by Outside the Wire, an awards ceremony and a video of personal stories.
What is Recovery Month?
Learn more about Recovery Month from SAMHSA.
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