Monday, September 10, 2018

The theme for National Recovery Month 2018 is “join the voices of recovery: invest in health, home, purpose and community.”

The month of September is dedicated to the awareness and celebration of recovery. The theme for National Recovery Month 2018 is “join the voices of recovery: invest in health, home, purpose and community.”

Once people leave treatment, they are faced with a whole new set of obstacles to overcome. One of the best ways to overcome these challenges is to join the recovery community, which is why Gateway Foundation encourages all alumni to become engaged with the recovery community. A recovery community gives people the opportunity to connect with others who have shared experiences and helps them build connections with one another.

Marty Cook, director of alumni events for Gateway Foundation, started a recovery community in the northern suburbs and continues growing that community in his role at Gateway. Our recovery community extends past only our alumni – we welcome all of those in lifelong recovery to join our recovery community.

Gateway Foundation doesn’t just save lives—it offers the opportunity for lifelong success, providing alumni with ongoing access to the support structures developed during treatment and building on the strong foundation created within recovery. 

 
About Gateway Foundation
Since 1968 our goal has been straightforward: to help clients get their life back on track and achieve a life of sobriety, free from drug use and symptoms of mental illness, that is productive, socially responsible, and healthy. Gateway Foundation is the largest nonprofit treatment provider in the country that specializes in the treatment of substance use disorders, providing treatment for men, women, adolescents, and clients diagnosed with co-occurring mental health disorders.

Gateway's professional clinicians help thousands of individuals successfully complete treatment by developing a personalized plan that treats the underlying causes of substance abuse—not just addiction to drugs or alcohol.


 
Call 877.505.HOPE (4673)
to learn more about our treatment programs.
 

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