September is National Recovery Month

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National Recovery Month (Recovery Month), which started in 1989, is a national observance held every September to promote and support new evidence-based treatment and recovery practices, the nation’s strong and proud recovery community, and the dedication of service providers and communities who make recovery in all its forms possible.

Celebrate the power of recovery! Your words of encouragement can mean the world to someone in recovery. Help spread the word that treatment is available and #RecoveryIsPossible. #RecoveryMonth

The campaign acknowledges the profound grief felt by families and friends whose loved ones have died or suffered permanent injury from a drug overdose.

SAMHSA aims to increase public awareness surrounding mental health and addiction recovery. In the years since Recovery Month launched, SAMHSA has timed announcements of initiatives and grant funding during Recovery Month, while collaborating with private and public entities to celebrate individuals during their long-term recoveries.

This year, to address the nation’s growing crisis of substance misuse and overdose deaths, SAMHSA is launching initiatives that promote and support evidence-based treatment and recovery practices, the emergence of a strong and proud recovery community, and the dedication of service providers and community members across the nation who make recovery possible.


Read the White House Proclamation on National Recovery Month, 2022

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“Recovery is for Everyone: Every Person. Every Family. Every Community.” is more than just a theme — it’s a call to action. Learn more about how you can support recovery:

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If you, or someone you know, needs help with a mental or substance use disorder, call SAMHSA’s National Helpline at 1-800-662-HELP (4357) or TTY: 1-800-487-4889, or text your zip code to 435748 (HELP4U), or use SAMHSA’s Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator to get help.

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Guide: Helping a Loved One

If you suspect your loved one is experiencing a mental or substance use disorder, you can play a central role in getting them the help they need.


Guide: Starting the Conversation

When a loved one is experiencing a mental or substance use disorder, it is important to know how to support them and what to say.

Resources for Families Coping with Mental Health Video

The Family Drama video encourage families to talk directly with their loved ones about concerns over substance use.

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The Can We Talk? video shows how you can start a conversation about mental illness with your loved one with these three simple words: “Can we talk?”

Download & Use The Prevent Medicine Abuse Toolkit (CADCA)


About the Toolkit

“Prescription drug abuse is an epidemic that requires more than one strategy or tactic. It’s going to take a comprehensive approach that employs multiple strategies to create population-level reductions to this problem,” notes General Arthur Dean, the Chairman and CEO of CADCA. 

CADCA’s Online PreventMedAbuse Toolkit contains facts, strategies and tools to prevent and reduce teen Rx and over-the-counter (OTC) medicine abuse in your community. This toolkit is based on CADCA’s Seven Strategies for Effective Community Change. Incorporating these strategies will help you formulate, modify and implement your prevention and intervention strategies. Additional resources are available thru our partner, Consumer Healthcare Products Association and their Stop Medicine Abuse website.

How to Use the Toolkit  Visit Here To Download The Kit (.pdf)

Resources are simple clicks away.

  • Prevention Strategies: See the Seven Strategies for Effective Community Change in action.

  • Facts & Tools: Review the latest facts on this drug abuse challenge. Discover how to conduct an Rx abuse community assessment. Check out the Sample Logic Model. See how this information gets translated into Sample Intervention Maps.

  • Other Resources: Learn about information and tools that can make your programs and interventions successful, including share tools that you can place on your website, Facebook or e-mail signature blocks.

  • Success Stories: View Rx prevention at work. Check out the video presentations from CADCA coalitions nationwide that are experiencing Rx medication prevention success.

SOURCE: Prevent Medicine

Amazing Grace Recovery Program

Empowers people of all walks of life to establish life-long supportive relationships that help participants live successfully in their personal recovery journey.

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The Amazing Grace Recovery Program (AGRP) is designed to provide a network of support for people in recovery as well as those who are searching for a path toward recovery for themselves of for a loved one. AGRP connects people in recovery to resources with the community.

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Through our partnership with Madison Christian Counseling Center we offer services for any addiction related or spiritual issues.  Our program offers long-term, continuing care for clients and their families. We also partner with Begin Anew,

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We offer: One to One Counseling in the areas of parenting & family development, personal financial management and employment skills!

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