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September 2021Vol. 22, No. 8September Is National Recovery Month

Each September, National Recovery Month aims to shine a light on the recovery community and the dedication of the service providers who make recovery in all its forms possible. This year's National Recovery Month theme is "Recovery Is for Everyone: Every Person, Every Family, Every Community." Visit the National Recovery Month website to find a calendar of events from communities across the country, a space to upload your Recovery Month images and proclamations, the 2021 Recovery Month Toolkit, and more. 

The following are resources to help individuals in recovery from substance use and the service providers who support them:

For more information about National Recovery Month, contact Elaine Stedt, director, Office of Child Abuse and Neglect, Children's Bureau.