September and October were two of the busiest months of the year here at SAMHSA. Each September, we observe Recovery Month by celebrating a strong and proud recovery community, promoting and supporting innovative treatment and recovery practices, and lifting up the dedicated service providers, peers, families, and community members who make recovery possible. Following on the heels of Recovery Month, October is Substance Use Prevention Month, during which we remember those who have lost their lives to drug overdose and substance use and renew our commitment to enabling and promoting the supports that help prevent these tragic deaths and heal hurting communities.
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Building Community Resilience – Prevention and Recovery Services Working Together