Celebrate the Art of Recovery Expo (CARE) is a one-day event by Community Bridges, Inc. (CBI) for those struggling with addiction and behavioral health issues and their families, friends and community members. Meet leading industry professionals to learn about awareness, family recovery and prevention, attend workshops, get resources and talk about solutions.
Family and friends often look for answers and need support to better understand what their loved ones are experiencing. Although the recovery process is not quick or simple, healing is possible for everyone.
Millions of lives are transformed through recovery. National Recovery Month is an opportunity for everyone to celebrate their accomplishments.
Who Should Attend CARE?
CARE offers positive solutions to anyone facing challenges with substance abuse and/or mental health. Addiction and mental health works hand in hand affecting families, businesses and the community at large.
Public and private substance use & mental health service providers
Substance use & mental health consumers and their families
Substance use & mental health policy makers
Substance use & mental health advocates
First Responders: police and fire departments
When and Where Is CARE?
DATE & TIME
September 28, 2019
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
The Phoenix Convention Center, North Building
100 N. 3rd Street
Phoenix, Arizona 85004
The CBI motto is to Celebrate Recovery, Believe in Yourself and Inspire Others, while maintaining the dignity of human life. Each September, CBI is proud to be part of the movement for creating change.
CBI knows recovery is possible! Through CARE and other efforts, CBI supports Arizonans with comprehensive, medically integrated behavioral health programs that use cutting-edge treatment models in the prevention, education and treatment of individuals experiencing crisis, substance use disorder, homelessness and mental illness. CBI programs include crisis, inpatient, medication-assisted treatment (MAT), outpatient, patient-centered medical homes, residential and transition point services.
Addiction does not discriminate.
Together We Can:
Enhance public awareness on addiction and behavioral health issues
Help others realize recovery is possible
Inspire others on their road to recovery
Narrow the gap between the number of people who need treatment and those who get it
Remove the stigma associated with addiction
Stop addiction before it begins—prevention works
Support those experiencing mental and/or substance use disorders