Sunday, April 30, 2017 8:45 am-12:00 pm
Join us in just a few days…on April 30, 2017 for the Road to Recovery SF. Last year’s event was the first of its kind community celebration of recovery from addiction in the SF Bay Area (it sold out!). This year’s half-day of wellness includes a family-friendly 5K walk/run, art, inspirational speakers, yoga, dance, music, healthy foods and so much more! It’s an open invitation to celebrate life with friends and family, bring attention to recovery, and shatter stereotypes.
Presented by The Mortar Foundation and hosted by Center for Open Recovery (COR), Road to Recovery SF is a day of pride and connections as we redefine, educate, inspire and co-create what it means to live freely in open recovery. Time to step out of the shadows of shame, end stigma and help others find a life worth living in recovery from addiction.
Tickets range from $10, $20 to $40 per person! Prices will increase by $5 event weekend! so REGISTER TODAY!!!
7:30am – 8:45am
Packet Pick-up & Registration
led by Active Sports Clubs
Welcome, Moment of Silence, Count Down
Begin 5K Walk/Run!
9am – 12:00pm
Recovery Festival Opens!
The Festival Field will feature:
- Art projects
- Kid Zone
- Yoga (led by Stephanie Snyder)
- Taiko drumming
- Body work
- Local authors
- Hug Deli
- Sidewalk Talk
- Shame Booth
- Recovery portraits
- Sponsor booths
- Friends, fellows, family and more!
9:40am – 12:00pm
Main Stage Activities!
Mackenzie Phillips, Ryan Hampton, Stephanie Snyder
Elizabeth Edwards, X LOVERS, Lavay Smith & Her Red Hot Skillet Lickers
The Center for Open Recovery invites you to join us as a volunteer for the ‘Road to Recovery SF.’ We already have over 40 volunteers but need 30 more to ensure a successful event. Click here to review Volunteer Job Descriptions.
If you want in, or want to learn more, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to working with you soon!Volunteer for the 2017 Event
Thank you to our 2017 Sponsors!
Become a Sponsor.
Your support makes a direct difference in removing the stigma of being in recovery from addiction. Click here to learn how you can be part of the movement.