Over 40 million people are living with substance use disorders in the United States. Overdose deaths have risen dramatically in our state during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We are fighting a complex public health crisis, and yet we know that when we give people a meaningful chance - they can and do recover.
We are the proof.
The end of addiction is not jails, institutions, or death — the end of addiction is recovery.On Oct 21, 2023, we are launching the first annual Washington Recovery Alliance Hearts & Minds 5K Run/Walk to spread the message of hope and recovery. Join us as we show that recovery is possible.
This event will include a 5K run, walk, food, entertainment, and more.
Our organization changes hearts and minds by sharing our community’s lived experience. This event will support our efforts to center the voices of people in recovery, and harness the power of story to drive high-level change across Washington state. Learn more about our programs and upcoming projects at www.washingtonrecoveryalliance.org.