2024 Big Texas Rally for Recovery (BTRR)

The University of Texas Addiction Research Institute is again handling coordination of events and distribution of the HHS funds to support local rallies this year.

 

Local communities were invited to apply for affiliation with the Big Texas Rally for Recovery.

 

15 Affiliate Organizations were selected to put on a rally in September 20204.

2024 BTRR Events located in Abilene, Amarillo, Austin, Dallas/ Ft Worth, El Paso, Galveston, Houston, Lufkin, Midland/ Odessa, Port Arthur, San Antonio, San Marcos, Tyler, Waco, Weatherford.

2024 Big Texas Rally for Recovery Events


 

Stay up to date about our BTRR events and more by signing up for our eNewsletter!

 

If you are interested in learning more about the selection process to become a BTRR Affiliate organization, please take a look at the previous requirements.

recovery month logoA Celebration of Recovery

 

For more than 30 years, during the month of September, communities, and local organizations from across the country host celebrations in honor of the National Recovery Month observation. These activities take many forms that bring public attention to recovery and challenge negative attitudes, stigma, and discrimination.

 

For more than a decade, a vital part of this tradition has included the Big Texas Rally for Recovery – a celebration for recovery of individuals, families, and entire communities across Texas.

 

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Rally Attendance is Always Free!

Check out our 2023 BTRR Overview Video!

To learn more, download our 2023 BTRR Impact Report »

If you are interested in learning more about the selection process to become a BTRR Affiliate organization, please take a look at this year’s requirements.

The governor of Texas, mayor of Houston, and a Harris County judge released proclamations to announce their support of the Big Texas Rally for Recovery and to declare September Recovery Month!

Proclamation by
Texas Governor Greg Abbott

Proclamation by
Mayor Sylvester Turner of Houston

Proclamation by
Judge Lina Hidalgo of Harris County