Join in recognizing our County’s shining examples that prevention and treatment work, and people do recover from mental and substance use disorders.
September is National Recovery Month and our opportunity to acknowledge the thousands of people in San Mateo County who are in recovery.
Mental illness and substance use disorders affect millions of people, and their families and friends. With the right care and support, people can improve their health and be on the path to recovery.
Join us in a series of events as we recognize and celebrate individuals and families in recovery, as well as the providers who treat them, and all individuals who support recovery.
The kickoff begins Tuesday, September 11, starting at 7:30 a.m. in Redwood City
7:30 a.m. Kickoff with coffee and snacks at Bridges Program, 680 Warren Street
8:30 a.m. Recovery Walk, from Bridges to Hall of Justice, 400 County Center
9 a.m. Recovery Month Proclamation, Board of Supervisors, Hall of Justice, 400 County Center
9 to 11 a.m. Learn & Connect Resource Fair, 400 County Center courtyard
For a full listing of events, our County’s initiatives and stories of recovery, visit the Health System’s Recovery Happens website.
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