September is National Recovery Month
September is National Recovery Month, an opportunity to promote and support evidence-based treatment and recovery practices, recovery communities, and the dedication of service providers and communities that make recovery in all its forms possible.
Throughout this month, communities across the United States come together to raise awareness, reduce stigma, and recognize the incredible journeys of those in recovery. It’s a time for us all to show support, encourage positive change, and promote the importance of accessible, effective treatment and recovery services for all.
Join us in honoring National Recovery Month and celebrating the strength, resilience, and commitment of individuals in recovery from substance use disorders and mental health challenges.
Watch a brief video of Ariel, Peer Support Coordinator at ServiceNet’s Living in Recovery, talk about her journey via the “Real Stories of Recovery in the Berkshires.”