September is National Recovery Month
National Recovery Month, established in 1989, is an annual nationwide observance held every September. Its purpose is to promote and endorse new evidence-based treatment and recovery practices, bolster the recovery community, and support service providers. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is acknowledging September as Recovery Month and has organized a series of events. These events will encompass a diverse range of topics, including community outreach to people of color, the presentation of research findings, and the sharing of personal stories.
Register for National Recovery Months Events.