The 2nd Annual ROCovery Fitness Friends and Family 5k Run & Walk with Sponsorship by Rochester/Monroe Recovery Network will be held at Seneca Park Longhouse Shelter (signs will be posted) on September 24th in honor of Recovery Month. Registration is $30, T-SHIRTS INCLUDED (must register by September 10th to ensure t-shirt size). No one will be turned away because of lack of funds! Email us and we will make sure you get registered if you cannot afford it. Please pre-register online. You will also be able to register in person. The registration starts at 8:00am and the run/walk will begin at 9am. Light refreshments and snacks will be provided.
ROCovery Fitness, Inc. is a nonprofit supportive community of physically active individuals brought together through sober living, committed to creating an environment of healing and recovery. Members, their families and friends are empowered to discover the inner strength and confidence they need to live in a sober environment, free from stigma and judgement through adventure, fun and camaraderie.
We hold weekly outdoor events such as hiking, group bicycle rides, kayaking, strength training, park workouts, camping and much more. By replacing maladaptive patterns of coping with positive alternatives and a commitment to healthy living, ROCovery Fitness is the missing link in recovery from addiction process. We hope to bring our services to the greater community and offer daily activities. Our aim is to create a sober wellness center and clubhouse where recovering individuals can go to for social support, the development of internal as well as external strength, and engagement in healthy, wellness oriented activities. As all of our events are currently held outdoors, we are often times limited by a number of variables as well as the weather. Help us reach more people recovering from this deadly disease. All proceeds from this fundraiser will go directly to our members and the acquisition of a space to grow our programming and offer more events.
This event is geared towards individuals in recovery or struggling with addiction, their loved ones/family, and anyone touched by the disease of addiction. We aim to raise awareness and shatter the overwhelming stigma that still exists in our community. Let’s come together and take a stand against addiction. Let’s take a stand for recovery, for freedom, and for living life sober!