New York Celebrates Recovery.
Thousands will join together as one, to celebrate Recovery, to celebrate New York!
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  April 17, 2014
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photo of runners taking part in the Odyssey House 5th Annual “Run for Your Life”

photo of Your Story Matters Campaign Spotlights at starting line for “Recovery Celebration Walk”

photo of OASAS Commissioner and Executive Deputy Commissioner joined by thousands of rally goers in the “Recovery Celebration Walk”

photo of one of the featured bands in the jam-packed lineup of speakers and entertainment

 





3rd Annual New York Recovery Rally

Thousands gathered on September 25, 2010 for the 3rd Annual New York Recovery Rally in Randall's Island Park to celebrate recovery from addiction.

Fun, family activities began in Icahn Stadium at 8:00 a.m., leading to the day's kick-off event at 10:00 a.m.: the Odyssey House 5th Annual "Run for Your Life." The Odyssey House event was followed by the historic, unified "Recovery Celebration Walk" along the scenic Harlem River with a view of the Manhattan skyline, where thousands walked side by side, as one strong and courageous voice for recovery.

The Recovery Celebration Walk lead into the Harlem River Event Site for a jam-packed lineup of inspirational speakers, entertainment and activities, surrounded by vendor booths.



FOUNDING CORPORATE SPONSOR

link to A&E The Recovery Project website

SPONSORS

link to Suboxone website

link to Alkermes website

link to National Youth Recovery Foundation website

link to NCADD website

link to New York Association of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Providers (ASAP) website

link to FOR-NY website

link to Odyssey House website

link to NYS OASAS website

link to NYC DOHMH website

Link to Your Story Matters website

   

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