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Utah Recovery Day Walk This Saturday



September is the National Drug and Alcohol Addiction Awareness month, and you can come help others help themselves up from addiction at this 5k Run/Walk For Recovery.---

Those who struggle with addiction know how difficult sobriety can be without support. That’s why the good folks of the Utah Support Advocates for Recovery Awareness are hosting this 5k run/walk to help support those currently in recovery and raise awareness about treatment needs here in Utah.

Day of registration fee is $30 at the event that will include food, music, speakers, info booths and activities for the children.

Check it out Saturday, Sept. 17, with the run starting at 8:30 a.m. and activities going on until 4 p.m. at the Gallivan Center, 239 S. Main. Call 855-698-7272 or visit the Utah Recovery Day page here for more info.