Virtual Big Texas Rally for Recovery

Join the Voices for Recovery: Celebrating Connections

National Recovery Month Observance
September 17-19, 2020

The Virtual Big Texas Rally for Recovery will continue to educate Texans and promote substance use and mental health wellness and recovery. No one, regardless of race, creed, socio-economic status, or religion, has been unaffected COVID-19 and its physical, mental, and spiritual repercussions. But, with strength and support from allies, community partners, treatment providers, advocates, families and all affected by behavioral health, we are resilient and we are on the “Hero’s Journey”.


Our vision for the 2020 recovery community is health, wellness, and recovery for all in Texas who are seeking to better themselves. Let’s all come together and show wellness and recovery by having a Virtual BTRR Watch Party. We want to see you!

Connect with us by recording a FREE 15-second video for the Virtual Big Texas Rally for Recovery that tells your story.

Submission deadline – Saturday, August 15th

Are you a person in recovery?

Show your recovery path and quality of life. Step onto that virtual dance floor and show us what you’ve got.


Is your agency, organization, court, or business creating and connecting with us via video? Is your community participating in the Virtual BTRR 2020? Submit a “Celebrating Connections” video!

Family & Allies

Are you a family member or an ally of someone in recovery? This is an opportunity for you to show your loved ones how proud you are of them in their recovery journey.

For more information, contact:

Joe Powell, Chair: (214) 634-2722 Ext 1001 /

Regina Johnson, Co-Chair: (832) 612-9191 /

Addiction & Recovery Survey

The purpose of this survey is to gather information to inform future treatment and care options for individuals impacted by substance use. Please note that the information you share in the survey is anonymous and confidential, and individual results will not be published. This survey is completely voluntary and confidential. You are not required to provide your name or identifying information. Thank you for your participation.

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