Community Partner

5th Annual Capital Area Rally for Recovery

Community Partner Information

**The deadline for getting your organization listed on signage at the Rally is September 2nd**

Become a RALLY partner by clicking on the “Donate Now” button below. This will take you to our online form and credit card processing portal.

Donate Now

People in recovery from alcohol and other drug problems, their families, friends and allies will be coming together from across North Carolina on Saturday, September 10, 2016 in downtown Raleigh, NC from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm as part of National Recovery Month.

This event is being held in order to raise the profile of recovery by demonstrating to our friends and neighbors, communities, policy makers and the media that we can and do recover from alcohol and other drug problems and that when we get well, it benefits our families, communities and nation.

What are the guiding principles of the Rally for Recovery?

  1. Raise the profile of recovery
  2. Increase understanding of the value of and contributions by persons in recovery to our family, friends, communities, policy makers and media. We can and do recover from alcohol and other drug problems and when we get well, it benefits our families, communities and nation. By doing so we hope to:
  • Remove barriers to recovery for those still suffering from alcohol and other drug problems
  • Improve the quality of life of those recovering from alcohol and other drug problems
  1. To focus on recovery, not a particular pathway or style
  • All pathways and styles of recovery are cause for celebration

Who is invited?

  • Individuals, families, friends, allies and communities in recovery from alcohol and other drug problems
  • Individuals, families, friends, allies and communities seeking recovery from alcohol and other drug problems
  • Community partners
  • Elected officials
  • Community leaders
  • Media

What does an organization have to do to be a community partner?

  1. Make a financial or in-kind contribution to support the Rally
    • Amount of contribution is determined by the community partner
    • Contributions can be made to Recovery Communities of North Carolina, Inc. and mailed to 5245 Capital Blvd., Raleigh, NC 27616. Write “Rally” in the subject line.
  2. Tell others about the Rally
  3. Participate in the Rally

What does an organization receive for being a community partner?

  • Organizations will have:
    • Their name and contact information listed on the Recovery Communities of North Carolina website
    • Their name on Capital Area Rally for Recovery signage at the event
    • Information about their organization shared on social media
    • The ability to display brochures at a central resource table during the event

How else can community partners contribute?

  • Attend a planning committee meeting
  • Volunteer at the event
  • Participate in the walk
  • Contribute financially or through in-kind donations

Event time/location:

Saturday September 10, 2016 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Start at

Bicentennial Plaza

1 E Edenton St, Raleigh, NC 27603

End at

Halifax Mall

300 N Salisbury St., Raleigh, NC 27603

Website: www.rcnc.org/rally


Become a RALLY partner by clicking on the “Donate Now” button below. This will take you to our online form and credit card processing portal.
Donate NowOR contributions can be directed to “Recovery Communities of North Carolina, Inc.” and mailed to 5245 Capital Blvd., Raleigh, NC 27616. Be sure to write “Rally” on the memo line.If contributions exceed expenses, these funds will be used to further the mission of RCNC.

Email: dmcdonald@rcnc.org

 

Thank you to our 5th Annual Capital Area Rally for Recovery Community Partners

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Karen Kranbuehl, ACT for Recovery NC

Chris Budnick

ACT Associates

The City of Raleigh Substance Abuse Advisory Commission

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In Loving Memory of Clay W. Shephard

In loving memory of Clay W. Shephard

A Simple Way Recovery Homes

Oxford House Chapter One

Oxford House Chapter Eleven

Oxford House Chapter Twenty

Oxford House Chapter Twenty-One

NC Health News

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Redemption Motorcycle Club

Wilson Counseling Services, PLLC

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Bert Hodges

RPA

NASWNC

The Clan McDonald

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Wakebrook

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Matt Kreiner, MSW, LCSWA

Emmaus House

 

 

 

 

 

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Celia Hartnett, LCSW

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Margie Sved, MD

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APNC

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Fellowship Health Resources

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Job’s Journey

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Proverbs 23 Ministry

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Stay Clean Inc

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Adrianne Robinson Counseling, PLLC

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Matt Launer, LCSW

 

 


Previous Community Partners:

With deep appreciation we are proud to list the following organizations and individuals

Addiction Consulting and Training Associates LLC

APNC

Addiction Professionals of North Carolina (APNC)

Adrianne Robinson Counseling, PLLC

ADCNC

Alcohol and Drug Council of North Carolina

Alliance BH

Alliance Behavioral Healthcare

Association of Recovery Schools

Association of Recovery Schools

 John Avant, Avant Communication

 Joe Hazel Counseling Services

Bridgehaven

Bridgehaven Counseling Associates

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Capital Sign Solutions, LLC

Cardinal Innov

Cardinal Innovations Healthcare

Carolina Coaching

Carolina Coaching and Mediation

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Carolina Recovery Community

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City of Raleigh Substance Abuse Advisory Commission 

Clear Channel

Clear Channel Media & Entertainment Raleigh

Michael R. Coates

Collegiate Recovery Community at NC State

CosTran

Costran LLC

ECBH

East Carolina Behavioral Health

Eastpointe

Emmaus House

Emmaus House

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Fellowship Hall

Fellowship Health Resources

Fellowship Health Resources

Fellowship Home

Fellowship Home of Raleigh

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First Step Services, LLC

Freedom House

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Glenn’s Tattoo Service, Inc.

Governor's Institute

Governor’s Institute on Substance Abuse

Hillstone and Brewington House

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The Home Depot

JHH

Journey to Higher Heights Counseling Services

Kate Turner

Kona Ice

Kona Ice of Raleigh

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Lowes Home Improvement

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Marbles Kids Museum

LAP

North Carolina Lawyers Assistance Program 

NASW NC

National Association of Social Workers – North Carolina Chapter

 

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Not Just Icing

Oxford Houses NC

Oxford Houses of North Carolina

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Pavillon Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center

 Frank Heitmann, RecoveryLab

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Raleigh Marriott City Center

Raleigh Psychiatric Associates

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Raleigh Rescue Mission

The Raleigh/Wake Partnership to End and Prevent Homelessness

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Red Hot & Blue BBQ

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SouthLight Healthcare

Summerglen

The Healing Place of Wake County

The Healing Place of Wake County

The Healing Place Family Support Group

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Triangle Alano Club

Urban Food Group

The Urban Food Group 

The City of Raleigh Substance Abuse Advisory Commission

The Raleigh/Wake Partnership to End and Prevent Homelessness

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TROSA

Turning Point Fam Care

Turning Point Family CARE

UNC Healthcare

UNC Healthcare

UNC Horizons 

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Vintage Highways

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Wake County Human Services

Wake Med

WakeMed

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Weaver Street Market

WillingwayFoundation

Willingway Foundation

WillingwayHospital

Willingway Hospital

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Wilmington Treatment Center

Young People In Recovery

Young People In Recovery – Raleigh

Our Previous Community Partners