September 11-16, 2017

Stark County Recovery Week

Held during national Recovery Month, Stark County mental health and alcohol and drug addiction service providers and organizations are celebrating clients who have or are in the process of getting themselves on the road to recovery.

Each day is new for those who are battling complex brain disease. Reduce the stigma of seeking treatment by promoting the hope of recovery. Treatment works. People recover.

Monday, Sept. 11 Family Fun at Fry Park (games, campfire, hot dogs/s’mores, a guided hike, etc.) Stark Parks Fry Park, 2533 Farber St. SE, Magnolia 5-8:00 p.m. Clients, families and public, RSVP to Christina at 330-409-8988 or at by Friday, Sept. 8 with number attending
Tuesday, Sept. 12 Ice Cream Social & Recognition of Housing Milestones ICAN Housing ICAN Housing, 1214 Market Ave. N, Canton 3-4:30 p.m. Tenants and families
Tuesday, Sept. 12 “Recoveree” Celebration NAMI Stark County StarkMHAR, 121 Cleveland Ave. SW, Canton 6-8:00 p.m. All “Recoverees” welcome
Wednesday, Sept. 13 Client Appreciation Day Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health All C&A locations in Alliance, Belden Village and Canton Throughout day Clients and families
Wednesday, Sept. 13 Recovery Luncheon Foundations Atrium, 800 Market Avenue N,  Canton Noon – 2:00 p.m. Clients and families

Wednesday, Sept. 13


Recovery Cookout Coleman Behavioral Health Canton Office: 400 Tuscarawas St. W, Suite 200 11:00 a.m. – Noon Clients, families and public
Thursday, Sept. 14 Self-Care & the Power of Doodling Canton Museum of Art 1001 Market Avenue N., Canton 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., lunch provided, must RSVP Clinicians, therapists, counselors and service provider staff, RSVP to by Tues., Sept. 12
Saturday, Sept. 16 5th Annual Recovery Picnic & Recovery Remembrance Walk CommQuest Services 1660/1680 Nave Rd. SE, Massillon Noon Clients, families and public
Saturday, Sept. 16 The Healing Tree @ Recovery Picnic ArtsinStark & StarkMHAR 1660/1680 Nave Rd. SE, Massillon Noon – 3:00 p.m. Clients, families and public
Sunday, Sept. 17 “Hope Will Never Be Silent”* EraAir Theatre Company Dueber United Methodist Church, 645 Dueber Ave. SW, Canton 1:30 p.m. performance Free to public; *Adult content and R-rated language

Recovery is Possible

Everyday people in Stark County are seeking treatment with the hope of recovery. Learn more about courageous recoverees right here at home.

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