September is Recovery Month, and to us, it’s a time of hope and reflection, and also an opportunity to acknowledge the role that parents and caregivers play in the recovery story of so many.
We’ll hear from two young people this month in our Parent Blog, as they reflect on their families’ role in their recovery. We’ll also explore what it means to be in recovery through the eyes of parents and caregivers whose children have faced addiction, and take a closer look at recovery support groups, with the understanding that “one size does not fit all.”
Partners for Hope allows individuals to inspire hope through sharing personal stories, creating a memorial for a loved one or organizing a fundraiser for the Partnership. During Recovery Month, you or a loved one can become a Partner for Hope by creating a fundraiser and encouraging more families to seek the resources that they need.