Inspired by National Recovery Month, the story collection project highlights the stories of those in recovery from substance use disorders.
During National Recovery Month in September, people living in sobriety are sharing personal recovery journeys to inspire others impacted by addiction through the Voices of Hope project.
Produced by addiction treatment provider Valley Hope, Voices of Hope leverages the personal stories of those living in recovery to help educate communities about the disease of addiction, effective treatment and the power of recovery. The project also celebrates the millions of Americans living in recovery, while aiming to reduce the stigma of addiction, a deadly perception preventing millions of people from seeking treatment.
“Through the Voices of Hope project, people are sharing how healing and recovery from addiction is possible,” Steve Knuth, Valley Hope CEO and president, said. “Only ten percent of people who need addiction treatment actually receive it and by shining a light on the potential of recovery, together we can eliminate stigma and help more individuals, families and communities find healing.”
Visit the Voices of Hope project at valleyhope.org/recovery/recovery-stories/ throughout September and beyond to explore recovery stories, addiction information and treatment resources. Explore Valley Hope’s Beyond the Valley blog at valleyhope.org for extensive resources and information for loved ones, families and the recovery community.
About Valley Hope:
Since 1967, Valley Hope has provided hope and healing to people and families impacted by substance use disorder. With residential and outpatient addiction treatment services at 17 locations nationwide, Valley Hope has helped more than 320,000 individuals overcome addiction and lead successful lives in recovery. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. For help, call (800) 544-5101.
Contact: Ashley Barcum | Media Relations Manager | (405) 630-9257 | firstname.lastname@example.org
*Please reach out if interested in an interview with someone living in recovery or a Valley Hope addiction, treatment and recovery expert.*