National Rally for Recovery
What is National Rally for Recovery?
For more than 30 years, throughout the month of September, local organizations and communities across the country host recovery celebrations as part of the Recovery Month observation. These activities take many forms that bring public education and attention to the realities of recovery and challenge negative attitudes, stigma, and discrimination.
For the past decade, a vital part of this tradition has included the Rally for Recovery. A main event hosted by an Alliance member organization, has been selected by the application process, to deliver a recovery-centered program that focuses on and celebrates the recovery of individuals, families, and entire communities all across America.
This year Faces & Voices of Recovery is headed to Oklahoma! We are excited to host the National Rally for Recovery at OSU OKC on September 16, 2023! There will be live music, fantastic national speakers, recovery resources, games, activities for kids and adults, food, and so much more! Join us for an activity to honor our loved ones lost to overdose or suicide. You will have the opportunity to name those individuals in your registration and their names will be read aloud during the rally.
Come and show your support for the recovery community in the state of Oklahoma by “demonstrating the power and proof of long-term recovery” (Faces & Voices) and enjoy a day full of fun activities with friends and family!
Featuring entertainment and speakers:
- Live Music from Class of ‘39 Band
- Motivational Speaker, Bee Smith
- Comic, Bryce Jones
- Cheyenne and Arapaho Dance Performance
- Choir Performance from Harding Charter Prep
- Food trucks, free food, yoga, activities for kids, and more!