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All Rise America National Motorcycle Relay

The All Rise America! National Motorcycle Relay for Recovery (Oklahoma City, OK)  (3702)

05/08/2012 -

Each May, National Drug Court Month commemorates the tremendous local and national impact of Drug Courts and other treatment courts. This year, NADCP is honored to present the inaugural All Rise America! National Motorcycle Relay for Recovery: a first
of its kind cross-country motorcycle relay celebrating the inspiring stories of transformation brought to bear every day in America’s Drug Courts. All Rise America! will consist of Drug Court graduates, Drug Court professionals, veterans, and other concerned
citizens carrying the All Rise Gavel over 3,000 miles, stopping at National Drug Court Month events to honor individuals who have overcome their addictions and the people that make it possible. At each stop, the gavel will be passed to a new group of riders
as a symbol of the collective impact of Drug Courts and a reminder that when one person rises out of addiction and finds recovery, we All Rise. All Rise America! will stop at 24 Adult Drug Court, DWI Court, Family Drug Court, Juvenile Drug Court, Tribal Healing
to Wellness Court and Veterans Treatment Court events.


Location: Oklahoma City Drug Court

321 Park Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
United States


Sponsoring Organizations: National Association of Drug Court Professionals


Type of Event: Celebration
Ride
Celebration, Ride




Targeted participants for this year's event: 50



Primary Contact:
Robert Foster
1029 N. Royal St., Suite 201

Alexandria, VA  22314

United States
571-384-1860









 

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