Join SMART Recovery on September 24-26 for our first-ever, nationwide Pathways to Recovery walk. This virtual event is sure to provide a day of reflection, exercise, and fun. In addition, your fundraising efforts will enable us to help more people who are on the path to recovery find life beyond addiction.
There is no RIGHT way to recover. Individuals who choose their own pathways to recovery are more likely to move from a life of substance misuse and self-harm to a life of positive self-regard and willingness to change. Supporting and celebrating this idea of multiple pathways to recovery is what our new event, Pathways to Recovery, is all about.
About the Pathways Walk
- Choose your own 1+ mile path
- Walk anytime on the weekend of September 24-26
- Participate alone or with your family and friends
- Take pictures with the hashtags #multiplepathways and #SMARTRecovery, and tag SMART Recovery on our various social media platforms
How to Participate
Register by September 23 to take part in our virtual Pathway to Recovery walk, the weekend of September 24-26.
Donate to a personal fundraising page to support the “Pathway to Recovery” event.
Help us pave a virtual path to recovery! Buy a virtual brick in honor or memory of a loved one or to honor a hero in your recovery journey.
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