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Recovery Month 2018

National Recovery Month. Prevention Works, Treatment is Effective, People Recover. September 2018.

September is National Recovery Month

Each September, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) asks the nation to observe National Recovery Month to increase awareness and understanding of mental illness and addictions, as well as celebrate people in recovery from these conditions.

Tools and Resources*

In honor of National Recovery Month, we are proud to support SAMHSA and honor those individuals in recovery. To help you do the same, below are some messaging and materials to use as you elevate the conversation around recovery:

SAMHSA’s toolkit:

Blog posts you can promote on social media:

Social media items to share:

*This page will be updated with additional resources throughout the month

Recovery Month Luncheon

We are proud to be a sponsor of SAMHSA’s annual Recovery Month Luncheon, to be held on September 6 in the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, D.C. This invitation-only event unites the leaders and champions of the recovery movement—from federal agencies and national advocates to leading service providers and businesses—to celebrate milestones and explore future opportunities for a more robust movement. Learn more.

Call for Content

Have stories of recovery you’d like to share with our audiences? We’d love to use them to help promote the importance of recovery. To learn more, contact us.

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