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In an effort to honor the lives lost to drug overdoses, raise awareness about the devastating impact of substance misuse, and inspire hope for individuals and families affected by addiction, Kids Escaping Drugs proudly presents the "6th Annual Rise for Recovery Walk." This solemn yet empowering event aims to bring the community together for a day of remembrance, education, and support.

The "6th Annual Rise for Recovery Walk" will take place on September 7th at the Lakeside Event Lawn at the Outer Harbor, registration starting at 9am. This event is open to all members of the community who are passionate about ending the stigma associated with addiction and overdose and who wish to show their support for those on their recovery journey. Attendees are encouraged to invite family, friends, and colleagues to join in this important cause.

The event will feature a heartwarming memorial ceremony to honor the lives lost to drug overdoses. It will also provide valuable insights into the resources available for prevention, treatment, and recovery.

The 'Rise for Recovery Walk' is a chance for us to come together, remember those we've lost, and show our unwavering support for those who are fighting to reclaim their lives. By raising awareness and fostering hope, we can create a brighter future for individuals and families affected by addiction.

The event will also offer local resources from local organizations. Together, we can break down the barriers that prevent individuals from seeking treatment and create an environment of understanding, compassion, and hope.

Registration for the "6th Annual Rise for Recovery Walk" is now open and can be completed at Early registration is encouraged to help us better prepare for the event. Participants will receive a commemorative t-shirt as a token of appreciation for their support.


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