The Recovery Bank Recovery Walk

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On Sunday, September 12, 2021 at noon the local recovering community will observe National Recovery Month by participating in the Scranton Recovery Walk.

The Walk begins at noon at “The Hall,” 415 N. 8th Avenue, near the new Sheetz in Scranton, and ends with a brief outdoor program at The Recovery Bank, 120 Wyoming Avenue, Scranton. Registration is not required for this free, family-friendly event.

The Recovery Bank and the Clearbrook Foundation in collaboration with members of the recovering community and Geisinger-Marworth, Brookdale and the Lackawanna/Susquehanna Office of Drug and Alcohol Programs will celebrate the power of recovery in our local community.

Scranton Recovery Walk coordinator Frank Bolock announced the theme of this year’s recovery month: Recovery Month is for Everyone, Every Person, Every Family, Every Community.

“The power of recovery is evident in the Scranton community. No one is alone in the journey through recovery; we are all in this together,” Bolock emphasized. “All of us in the Scranton community, our neighbors, friends and family members, throughout our lives have experienced peaks and valleys, both big and small. But with strength, support and hope from the people we love, we are resilient, and recovery in our community is strong and powerful.”

Start: “The Hall” 415 N. Eighth Ave. Scranton, PA 18503
Finish: The Recovery Bank – 120 Wyoming Ave. Scranton, PA 18503