Join Us in the Race for Recovery!

July 30–August 7, 2022

This event welcomes people of all ages and abilities who want to support those on the Race for Recovery.

Your loved one is challenged daily, what challenge can you face and overcome? “Race” challenges can come in many different forms including running, walking, swimming, cycling, climbing, hiking, marathon participation, etc. Pick your personal challenge to overcome, dedicate yourself to it, prepare for it and achieve your goal! CONQUER IT!

For the health and safety of our community, the Race for Recovery is a virtual event.
You can select your own course or participate in your favorite established race route between September 18-26.
Once you’ve finished, submit your results and your finisher medal will be sent to you.

Results must be uploaded by 11:59 p.m. on August 7, 2022.

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Substance abuse in the U.S. costs society in increased healthcare costs, crime, and lost productivity.

One in 12 American adults have a substance use disorder.

Eight people die every hour of an overdose in this country, an average of 192 people day, according to US Centers for Disease Control 2018.

The estimated cost of drug abuse in the United States—including illegal drugs, alcohol, and tobacco—is more than $520 billion a year and growing.

Will you join Michael in your own Race for Recovery fundraiser?

Your loved one is challenged daily, what challenge can you face and overcome in their honor?

Race challenges can come in many different forms including: Running – Swimming – Walking – Cycling – Climbing – Marathon Participation and MORE!

Pick your personal challenge to overcome, prepare for it, ask friends and family to support you and achieve your race and financial goals!

How to Race

PAL gave us the strength to stop the cycle of enabling.

—PAL PARENT
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