We're delighted to have Chris Therien as our Keynote Speaker!
Tobacco and Vape Free Recovery Resources will be available onsite at Recovery Walks!
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Recovery Walks is a rain or shine event.
Join us for RECOVERY WALKS! 2023
Join us for a month-long celebration, Recovery is for Everyone: Every Individual, Every Family, Every Community
Observed each September, National Recovery Month gives us an opportunity to increase public awareness about addiction recovery. It is an important moment for us all to celebrate victory, promote and support evidence-based treatment and recovery practices, and honor the strong, proud recovery community and the service providers and communities who advance recovery in all forms.
The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania and our program, Pennsylvania Recovery Organization – Achieving Community Together (PRO-ACT), are proud to present events throughout September that demonstrate that “Recovery Works!” and every person can be part of making Recovery possible.
Free Parking is available at the Navy Yard, off Intrepid Avenue.
PRO-ACT Recovery Month Events
Sept. 10, 9:00 a.m. Recovery Walks! 2023 at
Navy Yard Philadelphia
Marine Parade Grounds
4747 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19112
Registration begins: 8:00 am
Program begins: 9:00 am
Walk Kickoff: 10:00 am
Then Join in Celebrating PRO-ACT's 25th Anniversary
on the Parade Grounds until 1:00 pm
Sept. 13, 6:40 p.m. - Recovery Works! at the Phillies Game
Join us to watch the Phillies play the Atlanta Braves. Our Tickets are sold out - but check with the Phillies and join us!
Sept. 27, 6 p.m. – 7 p.m., Recovery Month Finale
Join us online @facebook.com/TheCouncilSEPA
to celebrate the close of Recovery Month, as we partner with the Mayor’s Commission on Addiction and Recovery for the Make a Difference Awards which will acknowledge the tireless efforts of organizations and individuals who help address substance use challenges in our city.
Join PRO-ACT to celebrate recovery and work to end the stigma surrounding substance use disorder