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Recovery Month Proclamations

Find which states, cities, tribal entities, and organizations have issued proclamations, statements, and letters in support of Recovery Month.

By encouraging local government officials to sign proclamations in support of Recovery Month demonstrates to the community a commitment to improving access to treatment programs for mental and/or substance use disorders. Refer to the Recovery Month toolkit for Proclamation examples.

To have your proclamation posted on Recovery Month, please email a copy of the signed proclamation as a high-resolution JPEG file (preferred) or as a scanned PDF file to recoverymonth@samhsa.hhs.gov.

You may also mail a copy of the signed proclamation:

Office of the Director, Consumer Affairs
Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, SAMHSA
5600 Fishers Lane
Rockville, MD 20857

National Proclamation

President Donald J. Trump Proclaims September 2017 as National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month

Proclamations

Washington

City of Covington issued a proclamation.
City of Duvall issued a proclamation.
City of Enumclaw issued a proclamation.
City of Normandy Park issued a proclamation.
City of North Bend issued a proclamation.
City of Pacific issued a proclamation.
City of Redmond issued a proclamation.
City of Renton issued a proclamation.
City of Seattle issued a proclamation.
City of Snoqualmie issued a proclamation.

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Last Updated: 09/05/2017