National Alcohol and Drug Recovery Month is observed every year in September. The nation has observed this month for the past thirty years. Its purpose is twofold: to celebrate the gains made by those in recovery and educate the general public about high-quality drug addiction treatment and mental health services. If you or someone in your life is struggling, call Georgia Addiction Treatment Center at 833.641.0661 to learn about our addiction treatment programs.
National Alcohol and Drug Recovery Month 2021
Observing National Alcohol and Drug Recovery Month is all about shining a light on the millions of lives that addiction recovery has transformed. The stigma around mental health and addiction remains widespread in the United States. Success stories related to recovery often don’t get noticed by the general public. That makes this month key to raising awareness about effective addiction prevention, high-quality treatment options, and the fact that people can and do achieve sobriety.
Faces & Voices of Recovery will lead the National Alcohol and Drug Recovery Month in 2021. In previous years, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration sponsored this month. This year’s theme is “Recovery is For Everyone: Every Person, Every Family, Every Community.” Part of this year’s celebrations and educational opportunities is National Addiction Professionals Day on September 20. This day serves to celebrate and honor the work and contributions of addiction professionals.
Addiction Recovery Awareness
Faces & Voices of Recovery is acting as a hub for this year’s events. In addition, the organization has long played a role in supporting addiction recovery awareness and providing resources to those struggling with addiction. Their resources fall into two categories: recovery stories and mutual aid.
Recovery stories are personal stories from those who have experienced addiction. They are sources of encouragement and inspiration to people struggling with addiction. They can also act as an educational tool in helping the average person develop an understanding and deeper empathy for people who suffer from addiction.
Meanwhile, their mutual aid resources focus on connecting people to volunteer recovery mutual aid groups. Groups are offered in both online and in-person formats. These groups support a variety of stakeholders related to addiction recovery, including:
- People in recovery
- Family and friends of people in recovery
- Addiction treatment service providers
- Allied service professionals
If you’re ready to celebrate awareness for addiction recovery, please reach out to Georgia Addiction Treatment Center today at 833.641.0661.
Addiction Treatment Programs
If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, now is the time to seek help. Georgia Addiction Treatment Center has long served as an expert provider in addiction recovery. Awareness is just half the battle and is insufficient if it doesn’t result in action. Maybe for you or a loved one, this year’s National Alcohol and Drug Recovery Month is the time you finally pursue the healing and wholeness you deserve.
Georgia Addiction Treatment Center offers the following programs:
- Men’s rehab center
- Women’s rehab center
- Partial hospitalization program
- Intensive outpatient program
- Outpatient program
- Community housing
Something that sets us apart is our focus on our clients’ holistic needs through our wellness services. These include yoga classes, group exercise, nutrition education, and meal planning help.
Seek Support at Georgia Addiction Treatment Center Today
Across all of our services, you can expect four key components: aftercare planning, case management, a safe environment, and relapse prevention. Aftercare planning focuses on giving people the tools and coping strategies they need to support long-term success and combat cravings and triggers. Case management means every one of our clients is assigned a case manager to provide personalized support and advocate on their behalf.
When you visit Georgia Addiction Treatment Center, we separate you from outside stressors and provide a place that allows you the space and security to begin healing. Ultimately, your goal is relapse prevention, which is why it is our goal too. Everything we do equips you to live free of drugs and alcohol outside of our program.
The help you need is just a phone call away. Let this year’s National Alcohol and Drug Recovery Month be the year that you add your success story to the millions of others across the country by calling us at 833.641.0661. Start your recovery with us.