Seventh Annual Hands Across the Bridge for Recovery

Saturday, September 30, 2017
9:00 am - 10:00 am
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Join us at the bridge to reach our goal of ONE THOUSAND HANDS to send an important message: Prevention works, treatment is effective, and people do recover!

Celebrate Recovery Month in both Iowa and Nebraska. Annually during September, we:

  • Promote the benefits of treatment for substance abuse and mental health disorders.
  • Celebrate those who are in recovery.
  • Appreciate friends & family who support those in recovery.
  • Applaud the contributions of treatment providers.
  • Spread the message that recovery is possible.

Help us send a positive message about recovery!

DJ * Coffee Bar * Information * Speaker * Swag Bag

Please note that this is a tobacco-free event.

Directions & Parking:

Due to construction, parking will be limited on the street, so please plan to park in the Tom Hanafan River’s Edge Park lot.
To access this lot:

  • From I-29, take Exit 53A
  • Head west on Harrah’s Boulevard
  • Just past the Stir Concert Cove, turn right on
    River Edge Service Road and continue north
  • Park in any available spot and walk northeast toward the Iowa-side entrance to the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge

For more information contact Lorelle Mueting at (712) 325-5628 | preventionmeansprogress.org