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Road to Recovery SF

Center For Open Recovery

Sunday, April 30, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (PDT)

Road to Recovery SF

Registration Information

Registration Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Full Pass - 5K & Festival (Special Recovery Month Promotion)
The Full Festival Pass includes entry into the Celebration Festival as well as the 'Road to Recovery 5k' event and a commemorative event t-shirt.
Dec 30, 2016 $35.00 $2.92
Celebration Pass (Special Recovery Month Promotion)
The Celebration Pass provides entry into the Celebration Festival, but does NOT include the Road to Recovery 5k registration fee. (Please select the Full Festival Pass if you wish to participate in the 5k)
Dec 30, 2016 $25.00 $2.37
Make an Additional Donation
Make a donation beyond your registration fee and further support those in recovery through the programs of the Center for Open Recovery.
Dec 30, 2016 Enter donation ($)
Child Registration (Under 12 years of age)
Children 12 and under are welcome to participate in the event, but they must be accompanied by and adult 18 or older. All children must have their own registration. Children will receive an event bib as part of their free registration. Commemorative event t-shirts can be purchased on-line for youth for an additional $10.
Dec 30, 2016 Free $0.00
Stroller Registration
All babies and toddlers in strollers must be registered for the event. It's free!
Dec 30, 2016 Free $0.00
Child T-Shirt: Size Small
Please select this option if you would like to purchase a commemorative t-shirt for your child. Shirts may be picked up the day before the event or at the finish line area on event day.
Dec 30, 2016 $12.00 $0.00
Child T-Shirt: Size Medium
Please select this option if you would like to purchase a commemorative t-shirt for your child. Shirts may be picked up the day before the event or at the finish line area on event day.
Dec 30, 2016 $12.00 $0.00
Child T-Shirt: Size Large
Please select this option if you would like to purchase a commemorative t-shirt for your child. Shirts may be picked up the day before the event or at the finish line area on event day.
Dec 30, 2016 $12.00 $0.00
Child T-Shirt: Size XLarge
Please select this option if you would like to purchase a commemorative t-shirt for your child. Shirts may be picked up the day before the event or at the finish line area on event day.
Dec 30, 2016 $12.00 $0.00

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Event Details

Join us on April 30, 2017 for the Road to Recovery SF. Last year's event was the first of its kind community celebration of recovery from addiction in the SF Bay Area (it sold out!). This half-day of wellness includes a family-friendly 5K walk/run, art, inspirational speakers, yoga, dance, music, healthy foods and so much more! It’s an open invitation to celebrate life with friends and family, bring attention to recovery, and shatter stereotypes.

Presented by The Mortar Foundation and hosted by Center for Open Recovery (COR), Road to Recovery SF is a day of pride and connections as we redefine, educate, inspire and co-create what it means to live freely, without shame, in OPEN recovery. Time to step out of the shadows, end stigma and help others find a life worth living in recovery. 

Special Recovery Month Promotion: begins September 7, 2016 ends September 30, 2016

*Map subject to change

Proceeds from the event support the work of Center for Open Recovery a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Event registration fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.


Schedule of Events:

  • Saturday, April 29th, Packet Pickup: Location and time TBA 
  • Sunday, April 30th, Packet Pickup:  7:30am-9:00am Crissy Field 
  • Sunday, April 30th, 5K & Festival: 9:00am-812:00pm Crissy Field - (on the grass in front of the old Presidio Air Hanger – now the House of Air – at 926 Old Mason Street).
  • Festival Schedule Breakdown TBA

Volunteer

We will need over 100 volunters to help manage the event. Invite friends and family members who want to support recovery to join us as volunteers. Click here to learn more about volunteering to support and celebrate recovery.

 

FAQs

Where can I pick up my bib and shirt?

Packet pickup date, time and location will be announced as the event draws closer. Bibs and shirts will also be available for pikc up on event day from 7:30am until 9:00am in the Information/Registration tent.


Can I walk the course?

Yes! The Road to Recovery 5K welcomes runners and walkers.

 

Is the run timed?

No, this event is a non-timed, it is a festive run/walk.

 

Can children participate in the run?

Yes, they can and it’s free! We welcome children of all ages that can walk or run on their own during to participate in the event. Register children ages 12 and under for free in advance online or at the start on race morning. Children 12 and under participating in the event  must be accompanied by a parent or guardian over the age of 18 and must register. Children will receive an event bib as part of their free registration.  Commemorative event t-shirts can be purchased on-line for youth.

 

Are dogs allowed in the run?

We’re sorry but for safety reasons, dogs, even on leash, are not allowed to participate in the run.

 

Are bikes or strollers allowed on the course?

Strollers are allowed on the course, please make sure all toddlers and babies are also registered for the event (12 and under is free).  We ask that those participating with strollers begin at the back of the race queue so as not to block runners. For safety reasons, bikes are not allowed on the course.



Have questions about Road to Recovery SF? Contact Center For Open Recovery

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Crissy Field
926 Old Mason
San Francisco, CA 94129

Sunday, April 30, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (PDT)


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Organizer

Center For Open Recovery

Center for Open Recovery champions long-term recovery by ending the stigma of addiction.

A 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, based in San Francisco, COR empowers people - at home, a work and in the community to experience open recovery. Through education, advocacy and cultural events, COR is changing people's understanding about living in recovery, restoring dignity, building connections, and providing hope and inspiration for those still isolated or battling addiction.

Learn more about COR: www.openrecoverysf.org

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