Recovery Month

NADCP is honored to participate in National Recovery Month, held every September to educate people about how substance use and mental health services can enable individuals and their families to live healthy and rewarding lives. This observance celebrates the millions of people in recovery from mental health and substance use issues, reminding us that behavioral health is an essential component to overall health, that prevention works, treatment is effective, and people can, and do, recover.

Below you'll find a list of NADCP's Recovery Month activities. For a comprehensive list of National Recovery Month events, click here.

Let's Get Social!

If your treatment court or recovery/alumni network holds a Recovery Month activity, we want to hear from you. Share your pictures on social media using the hashtags #TreatmentCourt and #RM2020. NADCP will highlight your activity on Facebook and Twitter!

Recovery Month Activities

Thank You Fridays

Each Friday, NADCP will release a video message of encouragement and support featuring a surprise celebrity ambassador. This videos are meant to inspire everyone participating in recovery month and we encourage you to share them far and wide!

Comedian Dion Flynn

Actor Michael O'Neill

Actress Marlee Matlin

Actress Allison Janney

Stories Worth Telling

This September, NADCP wants to share your treatment court recovery story. Help us flood social media with powerful images that capture the stories of transformation and recovery happening every day in treatment courts across the country.

Resources

Watch Now

Webinar - Recovery Capital and Treatment Courts: A New Approach to Improve Client Outcomes

In this webinar, Jacqueline van Wormer will introduce and define the concept of recovery capital, with a specific focus on how court teams can apply the recovery capital framework to staffing and case management.

September 22 | 3:00 p.m. EST

Webinar - Peer Recovery Services: Breaking Barriers, Sharing Solutions

In this webinar, Beth Elstad and Julie Seitz will cover the fundamentals of peer-based recovery support services, and the need to shift from an acute care model to a recovery-oriented system of care.