MRC's 2017 Walk for Recovery

RCCS Honoring Sara Benson

On September 16, 2017, RCCS will join hundreds of other teams walking in MRC's Walk for Recovery. This year our team is honoring Sara Benson, a well-loved alumni, who recently lost her battle with addiction. 

RCCS was founded in 2011, and is growing by leaps and bounds! RCCS is a committed and dedicated community partner that embraces change. We provide chemical health assessments and therapy to inmates at county jails and state prisons. In addition, RCCS serves adult men and women who are making the challenging transition from the criminal justice system. RCCS provides valuable tools and critical support as clients and their families learn how rebuild healthier relationships and new lives.

RCCS takes the whole person into consideration when we serve our clients. Our commitment is to help build healthy, pro-social relationships that foster a strong foundation for our clients, their families, and our communities.

 

Addiction affects people from every age and every community, but people can and do recover from addiction. This event will help people understand the positive impact that people in recovery can make.

By joining our team or making a donation, you are supporting my efforts and MRC's important mission to strengthen the recovery community through peer-to-peer support, public education and advocacy.

Your donation to our Walk Team will help us reach our goal!


The Walk for Recovery has become an event to remember each year. This Recovery Month event is a way to celebrate recovery, show your support, generate hope, reduce stigma and offer living proof that recovery is real!

All proceeds will help MRC continue their mission to strengthen the recovery community

Event Details
Where: Lake of the Isles in Minneapolis
When: Saturday, September 16, 2017

Schedule of Events
9:00 am - 10:15 am Check-In and On-site Registration
10:30 am - 11:30 am Walk for Recovery
11:30 am - 1:00 pm Post Walk Celebration with Music, Food and Fellowship!



 

 

View More