Rally4Recovery Rhode Island
Rally4Recovery RI 2021
Anchor Recovery Community Center
Kelly & Rick
Sierra & PeaceLove
Abbie & George
Easy Bay Recovery Community Center
Jim Gillen, Rally4Recovery
Tom & Michelle, Rally4Recovery RI
Rally4Recovery 2020 - Warwick
Inez, Rally4Recovery 2020
Project WEBER/RENEW, Rally4Recovery 2020
The Faces & Voices
The Rally4Recovery is Rhode Island’s largest celebration honoring National Recovery Month every September. It has grown each year since it was first held on a small patch of grass on the grounds of the Rhode Island Department of Behavioral Healthcare, Developmental Disabilities and Hospitals (BHDDH) in 2003.
Beginning in 2006, the event was held in more public forums in Providence, and for the first time, was co-hosted by the newly-formed Rhode Island Recovery Month Coalition, a group from the State’s recovery community. The Coalition includes treatment providers, partners in government, family members, friends and advocates for recovery. Holding the event gives a voice to people in recovery and tells the public that treatment does work and recovery is possible.
Rhode Island was one of the first states to expand the focus of National Recovery Month to include individuals with mental health issues and people with developmental disabilities and received the 2010 award for the “Best Rally in United States” by SAMHSA. In 2011, we were the first state in the country to hold “Recovery Rallies behind the Walls” at the Rhode Island Department of Corrections.