Recovery Walk [ Virtual ]

Online, Philadelphia

Join DBHIDS and PRO-ACT to celebrate recovery and work to end the stigma surrounding substance use disorder. People have been walking in Recovery Walks! to support recovery from substance use disorder during September’s National Recovery Month for 20 years. Everyone has a role to play in contributing to our community’s well-being. Recovery Walks! is one way we can do that. Together we can eliminate the shame and fear that affects attitudes about this disease, share our vision that recovery is possible for all and we can save lives! We can show our community leaders, our neighbors and the world that we are working together – and walking together – to end stigma! We can’t afford to be silent anymore. Recovery Walks is the largest recovery awareness walk in the world and is a collaborative effort of DBHIDS, PRO-ACT, and other sponsors. Recovery Idol is a collaboration between DBHIDS, the Philadelphia Recovery Coalition (PRC), and The Dell Music Center. Recovery Idol is modelled after American Idol and is a singing competition to showcase the strength, resiliency, and talent of Philadelphia’s recovery community.

PHMC Behavioral Health Screenings at Mind and Body Wellness Fair in the Falls

Inn Yard Park 4208 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia

Public Health Management Corporation's Community Mental Health Department is partnering with a Wellness event in East Fall's Neighborhood to provide wellness screenings to the community. There will be other wellness providers and activities and classes taking place at the event.


Lovingkindness Meditation

Online Event Online Event, Fremont

In 2021, we are healing from not only COVID-19 but the surge in social injustice, racism, violence and hunger that accompanied the pandemic. To eliminate hatred and discrimination, we need to be reminded that we are not each other’s enemy. Please join us for a virtual discussion and meditation on bringing loving-kindness and compassion into our daily lives. We will come together to send prayers of peace and compassion to all those suffering in our communities and across the world. Special dedications will be honored as requested during the event. This event is part of Peace Day Philly 2021. Please view our other programs here:

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