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Recovery...It's a community thing.
National Recovery Month (Recovery Month, sponsored by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is a national observance held every September to educate Americans that substance use treatment and mental health services can enable those with mental and substance use disorders to live a healthy and rewarding life.
Now in its 30th year, Recovery Month celebrates the gains made by those in recovery, just as we celebrate improvements made by those who are managing other health conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, asthma, and heart disease.
Each year, Recovery Month selects a new focus and theme to spread the message and share the successes of treatment and recovery.
The 2019 Recovery Month observance will focus on community members, first responders, the healthcare community, and youth and emerging leaders highlighting the various entities that support recovery within our society.
The 2019 Recovery Month theme, “Join the Voices for Recovery: Together We Are Stronger," emphasizes the need to share resources and build networks across the country that support recovery in all its forms.
Recovery Day Events
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Boise's 5th Annual Recovery Rally's Guest Speakers:
Jason Coombs - Brickhouse Recovery
Jason Coombs is a person in long-term recovery and the Founder and CEO of nationally accredited Brick House Recovery. He earned a Master of Professional Communications (MPC) degree and has a deep passion for recovery. In fact, he is the author of the Amazon Best Seller book, Unhooked: How to Help an Addicted Loved One Recover. He is a professional TEDx speaker, consultant, and leadership expert. Jason serves on the Meridian Anti-Drug Coalition, Drug Free Idaho, and works closely with the Institute for Addiction Study. Currently, Jason serves on the Idaho Conference on Alcohol and Drug Dependency board. Jason loves the outdoors and is an Ironman 70.3 finisher with his two brothers. Jason and his wife enjoy living in a small town outside of Boise, Idaho with their twin toddlers. You can find him in the Recovery Movement group on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/groups/569181743429901/
Andrew Burki - Hanley Foundation
Andrew Burki is a person in long-term abstinence based recovery since 2001. He holds a Master in Social Work degree from Florida Atlantic University, is a macro level social worker, and is the Chief Public Policy Officer for Hanley Foundation.
Hanley Foundation’s mission is to provide prevention and education programs for parents, caregivers, and school-age children. In addition, the foundation provides financial aid scholarships for patients who could not otherwise afford addiction treatment. Hanley has been a leader in adolescent and emerging adult support for three decades.
John Shinholser - The McShin Foundation
You may remember John from the documentary, The Anonymous People. John
Shinholser serves as the President of The McShin Foundation, which was founded
in 2004 and named for its two recovering co-founders, John Shinholser and Carol
McDaid. Shinholser and McDaid have dedicated their lives to helping individuals
and families in or seeking recovery from the disease of addiction. The McShin
Foundation operates on the founders' belief that by helping others find and sustain
recovery, they can better sustain their own recovery. John has been in long-term
recovery since 1982. John is a United States Marine Corps veteran. He owned and
managed a successful contracting business for over 30 years, during which time he
served as President of the Richmond Chapter of the Painting and Decorating
Contractors Association and was twice recognized as a national award winning
Original Design Faux Finisher. John served as President of SAARA of Central
Virginia Affiliate and is a former board member of SAARA of Virginia. Shinholser
also served as Chairman of the board of Rubicon, Inc (2012-2014)