September is National Recovery Month!
NCADD-NJ Advocates have a long history of helping and hosting Recovery Month Events in New Jersey. These events are among hundreds of gatherings across the country that will celebrate recovery during the month of September and highlight that recovery is real.
Here are some local events to take a look at!
Saturday, September 9th
1. Passaic County Recovery Walk and Celebration – Passaic County Recovery Walk. Passaic County Courthouse. 77 Hamilton St, Paterson NJ 9AM-5:30PM https://www.eventbrite.com/e/passaic-county-recovery-walk-2017-tickets-36201610993
2. Living Proof Recovery Celebration (5 year anniversary!) 108 Somerdale in Voorhees from noon-4PM
Saturday, September 16th
1. New Jersey Recovery Rally. Liberty State Park (Freedom Field) 9AM-2PM Rain or Shine
2. Resource Fair at Monmouth Mall on September 16 11am-3pm 180 New Jersey 35, Eatontown Monmouth County (In front of Macys entrance in the mall)
Monday, September 18th
Knockout Opioid Abuse, Mercer Prevention Coalition, East Windsor Township Senior Center, 40 Landing Boulevard East Windsor NJ, 7-9pm.
Thursday, September 21st
Anonymous People Movie Screening, William Paterson University, In the Atrium building, 300 Pompton Road Wayne, NJ Passaic County 12-3pm
Friday, September 22nd
Knock out opiate abuse – Sussex County The Center for Prevention & Counseling 65 Newton-Sparta Road in Andover 9AM-11AM
Saturday, September 23rd
Philadelphia Recovery Walks. 8AM-1:30PM, Penns Landing in Philadelphia https://www.recoverywalks.org/
Saturday, September 27th
Generation Found Movie Screening. Camden County community college (Blackwood Campus) 200 College Drive in the Civic Building at 6PM
Thursday, September 28th
BRAINJACKED : Science of Addiction and Recovery Event 6PM Warren County Technical School
This presentation has been well received by a wide variety of audiences, including but not limited to advocates, persons in recovery, family members, health care professionals, students and anyone interested in learning more about addiction and recovery. Local resource guides will be available at the event.
You can get a free ticket here https://www.eventbrite.com/e/brainjacked-the-science-of-addiction-and-recovery-tickets-37316407379 and help NCADD-NJ Advocates know how many people are coming