The 14th Annual Recovery Walks! was held on Friday, Spetember 27, 2013.-->
Please consider supporting this year’s Recovery Walks! By sponsoring this event you will help individuals celebrate recovery and educate the public about recovery. Click here for information on becoming a sponsor.
CT Dept. of Mental Health and Addiction Services
Recovery Network of Programs
Kevin Kirby – Face It Together
Havens of Hope
ValueOptions CT, CTBHP
Advanced Behavioral Health
High Watch Recovery Center, Inc.
Silver Hill Hospital
CT Judicial Branch Community Service Program
Liberation Programs Inc.
Baldwin Media, LLC
Charities of Hope
As part of the 14th Annual Recovery Walks, CCAR will be displaying pictures of everyday people doing everything things, because that is what recovery is...living life...working, playing,...just people being a better people without being defined by their addiction.
CCAR has put a face on recovery and we would like to include you in this exhibit dedicated to the millions of men and women who live ordinary lives, while working on their recovery everyday…
...which is truly, an extraordinary achievement.
Send us pictures of you being you, and we will include them in our display at the Recovery Walks event on Friday, September 27, 2013 at Bushnell Park in Hartford. We hope to see you there!
CCAR'S 14th annual Recovery Walks! will feature an Artist in Recovery Exhibit. Anyone in recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs can submit original artwork to be displayed in the exhibit. CCAR’s mission is to put a face and voice on recovery through this annual event, and will further display the possibilities and power of recovery through this exciting new exhibit.
Since 2006, Faces & Voices of Recovery has worked with recovery community organizations and their allies across the United States to plan events that celebrate recovery and make recovery voices count by advocating for specific issues and policy changes. In 2008, Rally for Recovery! events were organized all across the country for the first time, with one event serving as the “hub.” The first host site was St. Louis, MO and every year since then, different sites have been chosen.
This year (2013), we are happy to announce the hub Rally for Recovery! event will kick off in neighboring Rhode island on Saturday September 21st! We hope you will help us to support this national celebration by gathering in Providence for this event! To learn more, go to this website: