September is National Recovery Month. To celebrate those in recovery from drug & alcohol dependence, and those working hard to get there, CASA of Livingston County (Council on Alcohol and Substance Abuse of Livingston County) and Healthy Communities that Care, will be hosting our first annual Walk for Recovery.
We will begin at CASA, where a garden will be planted, and plaque dedicated, in honor of recovery. Kites will be given to all children who attend, back-packs and T-shirts for adults. Games and food provided.
After our dedications, and games, walkers will take the 1.6 mile trip down to the SUNY Geneseo Student Union, where students have begun a Recovery Mural that all participants are welcome to add upon. (Transportation by LATS provided back to CASA between 11:30am-1:00pm)
There are absolutely no fees involved with this event. Our goal is to bring awareness to the incredible journey that is recovery, and have a great time in the community! Organizations, individuals, and families welcome.
T-shirts and back-packs are limited. Please pre-register by September 17th with Rachel Pena. For a copy of the registration form, she may be contacted by e-mail at; email@example.com, by phone at (585) 991-5012, or simply stop in to our Millenium drive location.
For more information, you may also contact Alexis Thorne at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at (585) 991-5012.
Recovery is a wonderful thing for the individual, the family, and our wider community. Join us in our celebration!