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.
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?
- Raise the profile of recovery
- 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
- 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
What does an organization have to do to be a community partner?
- 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.
- Tell others about the Rally
- 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
Saturday September 10, 2016 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
1 E Edenton St, Raleigh, NC 27603
300 N Salisbury St., Raleigh, NC 27603
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.
Thank you to our 5th Annual Capital Area Rally for Recovery Community Partners
Karen Kranbuehl, ACT for Recovery NC
A Simple Way Recovery Homes
Oxford House Chapter One
Oxford House Chapter Eleven
Oxford House Chapter Twenty
Oxford House Chapter Twenty-One
Redemption Motorcycle Club
The Clan McDonald
Margie Sved, MD
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
John Avant, Avant Communication
Joe Hazel Counseling Services
Michael R. Coates
Hillstone and Brewington House
Frank Heitmann, RecoveryLab
Tom, Paula and Allison Werk
Our Previous Community Partners
- — UNC Horizons
- — Tom Smith and Toni Knight
- — WakeMed
- — Adrianne Robinson Counseling, PLLC
- — Chris Budnick
- — Wake County Human Services
(HIV/STD Community Program)
- — Jessica & Michael Herrmann
- — Betty Currier
- — The Law Offices of John M. McCabe
- — Matt Launer, LCSW
- — Liz & Thomas Gray
- — Triangle Alano Club
- — Ann & Glenn Matteson
- — Bob’s Journey
- — Bob Barker Company, Inc.
- — Proverbs 23
(A Ministry of South Central Church of Christ)
- — A Simple Way Recovery Homes
(Hillstone House & Brewington House)
- — Sweet Tomatoes
- — Lifetime Fitness at Plantation Point
- — Barnes and Nobles at Triangle Town Center
- — Raleigh Psychiatric Associates
- — Carolina Coaching & Mediation Services, LLC
- — Vintage Highways Band
- — Ford’s Produce Company, Inc.
- — Melissa Mizelle
- — Community Success Initiative, Inc.
- — Lynn Williams
- — The Homeless Employment Initiative Team
- — N.C. Recovery Support Services
- — Whole Foods Market (Raleigh)
- — Celia Hartnett, LCSW
- — The Collegiate Recovery Community at NCSU
- — The Social Work Program at Meredith College