The month of September is designated as National Recovery Month with a focus on educating and celebrating the many rewards recovery has to offer. It is a time to come together and reflect on not only this issue, but also the positive and affirming message that recovery is both possible and attainable.
Consider sharing a few of these helpful links our staff shared in relation to Recovery Month.
Recovery Resource Center: Website by the organization Partnership to End Addiction. It includes prevention resources and more.
Social Media Toolkit: Provided by Substance Use and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), this page is a one-stop shop of outreach and awareness products. Consider sharing on your organization’s social media platforms.
Sobriety Dance (Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation): The Láwtiwaama Sobriety Friendship Dance is coming up Sept. 13. It will be at Roy Raley Park, next to the Pendleton Round-Up stadium. Hosted by Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center.
Recovery Walk: Save the date and register for the Oregon Recovers and Center for Human Development recovery walk on Oct. 7.
If you would like to contact GOBHI staff about Recovery learning opportunities, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.