Be a part of the solution to the issues most impacting our community! Join us on Tuesday, September 24th, 2024, from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Foundation for Recovery for free food, speakers, resources, and a special performance from country music artist Whey Jennings!

Be part of history as thousands across the nation advocate for recovery solutions. This is your chance to make a difference, connect with others, and strengthen our community.

Event Highlights:

  • Sign the Bus: Leave your mark with a message of inspiration, your recovery date, or in honor of a loved one.
  • Engage with Leaders: Connect with local leaders, elected officials, and prominent figures in the recovery community.
  • Overdose Prevention: Free Naloxone will be provided, and training is available if you are not familiar with Naloxone/Narcan
  • Youth Engagement: Participate in activities aimed at engaging youth in recovery.
  • Day of Service:  Join us to help us pack Overdose Response Kits to be distributed across the city during Recovery Month and Las Vegas PRIDE.

Don’t miss this opportunity to be a part of a transformative movement!

**Please RSVP to commit to attend and to help our local organizers appropriately prepare and ensure there will be enough food**


This event is organized locally in partnership with Foundation for Recovery, Recovery Advocacy Project, Shine a Light Foundation, The Center, CrossRoads of Southern Nevada, YPR, Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada, The Phoenix, and The Davis Recovery House.

Shine a Light Foundation is an Outreach and Continuity Case Management organization focused on utilizing community intensive case management to help walk our friends who are unhoused or experiencing substance use disorder through their recovery journeys for the first 18 months to ensure they are supported fully.

The Center serves as a haven for all. We welcome and celebrate the diversity of our communities and strive to empower all to live authentic lives. We offer a variety of healthcare including Primary Care (starting late 2024), HIV Care, Sexual Wellness, Gender Affirming Care, Recovery Support Services, Family/Youth/Senior programming as well as many other services and programs for the LGBTQIA+ Community.

Young People in Recovery (YPR) envisions a world where all young people have the resources they need to thrive in recovery from addiction to drugs and alcohol. YPR’s mission is to provide the life skills and peer support to help young people recover from substance use disorder and reach their full potential. YPR is a national nonprofit that provides peer recovery support services for youth and young adults in recovery—or who are seeking recovery—from substance use disorder. Our programs consist of community-based chapters; life-skills curriculum programs; and advocacy to reduce stigma and create more resources for recovery.

This bus tour receives cornerstone support from iHeartMedia, Meta, and SAMHSA.

Event Details

September 24, 2024 from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM (Pacific Time)
Foundation For Recovery · 4800 Alpine Pl, #12, Las Vegas, NV
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event_description: Be a part of the solution to the issues most impacting our community! Join us on Tuesday, September 24th, 2024, from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Foundation for Recovery for free food, speakers, resources, and a special performance from country music artist Whey Jennings!Be part of history as thousands across the nation advocate for recovery solutions. This is your chance to make a difference, connect with others, and strengthen our community.Event Highlights:Sign the Bus: Leave your mark with a message of inspiration, your recovery date, or in honor of a loved one.Engage with Leaders: Connect with local leaders, elected officials, and prominent figures in the recovery community.Overdose Prevention: Free Naloxone will be provided, and training is available if you are not familiar with Naloxone/NarcanYouth Engagement: Participate in activities aimed at engaging youth in recovery.Day of Service:  Join us to help us pack Overdose Response Kits to be distributed across the city during Recovery Month and Las Vegas PRIDE.Don’t miss this opportunity to be a part of a transformative movement!**Please RSVP to commit to attend and to help our local organizers appropriately prepare and ensure there will be enough food**This event is organized locally in partnership with Foundation for Recovery, Recovery Advocacy Project, Shine a Light Foundation, The Center, CrossRoads of Southern Nevada, YPR, Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada, The Phoenix, and The Davis Recovery House.Shine a Light Foundation is an Outreach and Continuity Case Management organization focused on utilizing community intensive case management to help walk our friends who are unhoused or experiencing substance use disorder through their recovery journeys for the first 18 months to ensure they are supported fully.The Center serves as a haven for all. We welcome and celebrate the diversity of our communities and strive to empower all to live authentic lives. We offer a variety of healthcare including Primary Care (starting late 2024), HIV Care, Sexual Wellness, Gender Affirming Care, Recovery Support Services, Family/Youth/Senior programming as well as many other services and programs for the LGBTQIA+ Community.Young People in Recovery (YPR) envisions a world where all young people have the resources they need to thrive in recovery from addiction to drugs and alcohol. YPR’s mission is to provide the life skills and peer support to help young people recover from substance use disorder and reach their full potential. YPR is a national nonprofit that provides peer recovery support services for youth and young adults in recovery—or who are seeking recovery—from substance use disorder. Our programs consist of community-based chapters; life-skills curriculum programs; and advocacy to reduce stigma and create more resources for recovery.This bus tour receives cornerstone support from iHeartMedia, Meta, and SAMHSA.

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