We Are Recovery
This September, join SAFE Project in celebrating National Recovery Month
Substance use disorder can affect anyone regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, disability, or socioeconomic status. This National Recovery Month, SAFE Project is celebrating the recovery community and highlighting the fact that substance use disorder can affect anyone with the We Are Recovery campaign.
Each day in September, SAFE Project will share the photo and story of an individual connected to recovery in some way, whether through family, friendship, as a recovery ally, or as an individual in recovery.
Latest Social Media Highlights
We Are Recovery Participants
|Sam||Business Owner/Black Man/In Recovery||View Facebook Post|
|Shawn||Counselor/Recovery Ally/In Recovery||View Facebook Post|
|Heather & Felicia||Moms/Wives/Daughters/Friend/In Recovery||View Facebook Post|
|Brittany||Black Woman/Advocate/Recovery Ally||View Facebook Post|
|Cat||First-Time Mom/In Recovery||View Facebook Post|
|Olivia||Long-Distance Runner/In Recovery||View Facebook Post|
|Emil & Anna||Certified Recovery Peer Specialist-Veteran/In Recovery (Emil) & Holistic RN/Integrative Health Coach (Anna)||View Facebook Post|
|Allyson||Veteran Wife and Advocate/Recovery Ally||View Facebook Post|
|Megan||Trauma/Addiction Psychotherapist/In Recovery||View Facebook Post|
|Dr. Aviva||Addiction Medicine Dr/Recovery Ally||View Facebook Post|
|Gena||Lifesaver with Naloxone/Recovery Ally||View Facebook Post|
|Kylee||Daughter of Woman in Recovery/Recovery Ally||View Facebook Post|
|Timothy||Law Student/In Recovery||View Facebook Post|
|Maggie||Disability Advocate/Recovery Ally||View Facebook Post|
|Willie||Black Woman/In Recovery||View Facebook Post|
|Niles||Social Entrepreneur/In Recovery||View Facebook Post|
|Caroline||Author/In Recovery||View Facebook Post|
|Dara||Mom, Partner, Friend, Daughter/In Recovery||View Facebook Post|
|Brandee||Mom, Step-Mom, Wife, Non-profit ED/In Recovery||View Facebook Post|
Letter From the Executive Director
Ready to Share Your Story?
At SAFE Project, we encourage you to share your story about how the addiction epidemic has impacted your life. Stories can help break the stigma around addiction, and they empower us all to take a positive stand against this national crisis, at home and in our communities.