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Show That You Care About Recovery in Your Community
Show your community that you care about recovery by using these tools, tips, and guides.

Get Your Community Involved: Have a Proclamation Issued
Proclamations are a good way to raise awareness about recovery and your event and to get your community involved in Recovery Month. The Proclamations section provides direction on how to get a proclamation issued, as well as a sample proclamation, and all the proclamations issued for Recovery Month.
There are many ways
to Get Involved
Do you believe in recovery and want to help raise awareness about it in your community? The Get Involved page is where you can find out about all the ways that you and your community can participate and spread a message of hope and recovery with Recovery Month.
Attend, Hold or Partner in Community Events
Recovery Month has many resources
on event planning!
  •  Promoting Recovery Month with Events
  •  Fundraising Tools and Tips
  •  Promotional Events and Publicity – A How
     to Guide
  •  Media Outreach – A How-to Guide

View and Distribute Educational Material
The Recovery Month Toolkit has information about mental and substance use disorders, and new information is developed every year. It includes tools and educational materials to distribute in your community. All of the Toolkit information is downloadable in PDF format.
Help, Inspire, and Raise Awareness about Recovery
In the Video, Radio, Web section:
  •  PSAs are available to distribute to local
     TV or radio stations
  •  TV and radio programs teach people
     about prevention, treatment and recovery
  •  Post an Events and Inspirational Quotes
     widgets can be posted on your website
Your Event
NRM Banner Horizontal Brand your event with the Recovery Month logo and theme! Use the Recovery Month banners and logos on your website and promotional materials.

Planning An Event?

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