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September is National Recovery Month

September is National Recovery Month

Familylinks 5th Annual Recovery in the Community Day


To mark September as National Recovery Month and to celebrate individuals in recovery in the Pittsburgh area, while offering them the opportunity to connect with 25+ human service agencies and support resources in one location.


Fred Massey, Jr., CEO and President, Familylinks

De’netta Benjamin-Miller, Director of Behavioral Health, Familylinks

Individuals in recovery who will tell their story

Representatives from 25+ nonprofit agencies and community resources


September is National Recovery Month, and individuals in recovery need ongoing support from a variety of agencies and resources to maintain a positive trajectory on their journey. By organizing Recovery in the Community Day, Familylinks brings those resources together in one location – i.e., Pgh. Community Food Bank, PERSAD, Job Corps, etc. – along with on-site counselors from Familylinks who offer private assessments and consultation for anyone.


Tuesday, September 10, 2019, 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.


Familylinks, 401 N. Highland Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15206 (Enter at Vintage Senior Center)


Expected attendance: 300+ members of the community


Individuals in recovery are available to be interviewed, including one person who now works at Familylinks with others who are in recovery.

Media: Please confirm intent to attend and expected time of arrival so we can accommodate your needs and reserve parking for you.

More Information:

Contact Diane Balcom at Familylinks at or by phone at 412-600-6176; arrangements can be made to interview individuals in recovery in advance of Sept. 10 or at the event.