“Addiction, whether to drugs, alcohol, tobacco or involving other substances or actions, is a disease that can be effectively treated, allowing individuals and those around them to recover their lives”
Indiana Addictions Issues Coalition (IAIC) – is Indiana’s frontline warriors working diligently to offer those addicted with options toward recovery.
People in recovery have a wonderful quality — they love to celebrate their new path and share the recovery experience with those still suffering from addiction.
Governor Daniels proclaims September as Indiana Addictions Recovery Month
“Join the Voice of Recovery: Now More Than Ever”
– approximately 640,000 Hoosiers were classified with a serious substance use disorder in the past year
– treatment helps reduce reported job problems, incomplete work and absenteeism by an avg. of 75%
– such services need to be readily available to those in need…
Governor Mitch Daniels officially proclaims September, 2010 as Indiana Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month, calling upon Hoosiers to observe this month with appropriate programs, activities and ceremonies. (recoveryindiana.org)
Rally for Recovery is Indiana’s opportunity to support and celebrate those that are fighting addiction everyday and the thousands that are winning the fight. Addiction is a family disease and it takes a family cure
Rally for Recovery
Downtown on the Canal-Ohio Street Basin
11:30am– 1 pm
Recovery Ride 2010 – entry form
Saturday, September 25, 2010
8:30am – 9:30am, Registration
9:30am, Why we are here, Route Overview, Police Instructions
10:00am, Last bike out of State Capitol
Free Tshirts to all who preregister !!!
Rally and giveaways at end of the ride
Indiana State Capitol West Steps Plaza
Presented by Indiana Addictions Issues Coalition
Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction
Indiana Department of Corrections
A & E Recovery Project – 2010
“Viewer response to Intervention has been extraordinary and the network has witnessed both the impact of addiction and the possibility for recovery. Inspired by our work on the series and in the community, A&E created The Recovery Project to break the stigma of addiction and raise awareness that addiction is a treatable disease and that recovery is possible.” (aetv.com)
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