Young People in Recovery and Recovery Centers of America Partner with Twitter for Live Q & A on Addiction and Recovery
Authored by Vlad Grubyy
On November 20, Virtual Town Hall on Twitter “Reducing the Stigma of Addiction and Creating Recovery Ready Communities” Begins 12:00 Noon EST #AskAboutRecovery
WASHINGTON, Nov. 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Saving lives by speaking up to overcome the stigma still clinging to drug and alcohol addictions is the goal of a new virtual Town Hall event to be streamed on Twitter on Wednesday, November 20 at noon EST. The live “Twitter For Good” Q and A event called #AskAboutRecovery will feature Young People in Recovery and Recovery Centers of America (“RCA”).
Young People in Recovery is a nonprofit national recovery support organization that is dedicated to helping people with substance use disorder recover from addiction and provide life skills to reach their full potential. Recovery Centers of America is an addiction treatment healthcare company whose mission is to save “one million lives” with neighborhood-based affordable treatment including MAT (“Medication for Addiction Treatment”) and inpatient and outpatient care. YPR and RCA are teaming up on a national scale with the popular social media platform, Twitter, to offer this unique Town Hall-style dialogue for people across the country affected by the disease of addiction.