CLINTON TOWNSHIP, MICH., – Henry Ford Macomb Hospitals has partnered with CARE of Southeastern Michigan and Project Vox, a recovery advocacy group, to produce the 2020 Faces of Recovery calendar, which highlights the success of people in long term recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.
The annual calendar, which debuted in 2007, spotlights residents from around the region, each offering personal messages of hope and encouragement, drawing on their own experiences.
Approximately 5,500 copies of the 2019 calendar will be distributed throughout the metro Detroit area by CARE and various advocacy groups. Henry Ford Health System also makes the calendars available to Behavioral Health patients.
The goal of the calendar is to show individuals battling addiction that recovery is possible and to help remove the stigma that surrounds it.
To request a free copy of the calendar, phone CARE at (586) 541-2273.
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About the partners
Henry Ford Health System
Henry Ford Health System offers comprehensive addiction treatment throughout southeast Michigan, including:
• Residential addiction treatment for adults
• Comprehensive outpatient programs, including medication-assisted treatment
• Community education and family support groups
For information about addiction treatment at Henry Ford, visit henryford.com/addiction or call (800) 422-1183.
CARE of Southeastern Michigan
Founded in 1977, CARE of Southeastern Michigan’s mission to strengthen resiliency in people and their communities through prevention, education, and services that improve the quality of life. Each year CARE of Southeastern Michigan impacts the lives of 25,000 people through more than 45 different programs and services. CARE of Southeastern Michigan serves individuals across the lifespan, from early childhood programming through older adult services. Call (586) 541-2273 or visit www.careofsem.com.
Greater Macomb Project Vox
The mission of Greater Macomb Project Vox is to unify the voice of the recovery community in order to reshape public attitudes and eliminate the discrimination toward individuals who are living with an addiction to alcohol and other drugs. For more information, visit www.projectvox.com.