The ROC, Valley County's Recovery Community Center presents:
wHERE: LEGACY PARK - mCCALL, IDAHO
dATE: sATURDAY, sEPTEMBER 18TH, 2021
tIME: 3:00PM - 7:00PM
vALLEY COUNTY'S 1ST ANNUAL RECOVERY RALLY
In our community, mental health and substance use disorders affect many people. That is why The ROC, along with their supportive community partners, are hosting Valley County's 1st Annual Recovery Rally. This community event is intended to increase awareness and understanding of mental health and substance use disorders and hopes to promote the message that behavioral health is essential to health, prevention works, treatment is effective, and people do recover.
At the Recovery Rally you will find friendship, fun, food, music, guest speakers, and a family friendly environment.
Help us create a community of support,
love and acceptance for everyone!
A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO OUR GOLD LEVEL SPONSORS!
WE ALWAYS GET TO WORK WITH THE
BEST COMMUNITY PARTNERS!
We have many opportunities for you to volunteer and be a part of the magic! Volunteer positions include security, setup/breakdown, bounce house attendant and much more. Please click on the link below to get signed up and become part of the experience!
Board President, Recovery United, Inc.,
Director of the Day One Program
Mark Person currently serves as the President for Recovery United, Inc Board of Directors and is the Director of the Day One Program at Peer Wellness Center.
He started working with Peer Wellness as a volunteer 5 years ago, upon his release from prison here in Idaho.
Mark has a passion for helping people and sharing his "stories" of inspiration through his life experiences. The Day One program was a vision Mark had while incarcerated and since being released, he has worked diligently to develop a program that promotes a healthy foundation for returning citizens as he picks them up at the prison gate on their "Day One" back in the community. He works closely with the Idaho Department of Corrections to improve communication between Returning Citizens and supervision by promoting his belief in the importance of a hug and a handshake.
Director of Valley County Court Services
Skip Clapp moved to McCall, ID in 2000. He started his career at Valley County in 2001 when he was offered a position working as a Juvenile Detention Officer. Shortly after that, in 2002, Skip was promoted to working in Adult Misdemeanor Probation. In 2011, Skip left Probation when he received the position of Supervisor of the Court Clerks Office. In 2013, after several years working as Supervisor, Skip was given the opportunity to start on his current path when offered the position as the Director of Valley County Court Services.
Skip has shown a dedication to creating a community in which access to resources are readily available. Through his many contributions, he has created a space for Valley County in which collaboration and connection can flourish and continually evolve into something greater.
CEO of Recovery United, Inc.
Monica Forbes is a person in long-term recovery and a three-time accidental opiate overdose survivor. She now serves as the CEO of Recovery United which operates and supports recovery community centers - including The ROC in Valley County. She is a Nationally Certified Peer Support Specialist, an Idaho Certified Recovery Coach - Supervisor and serves on several boards and committees that focus on recovery and addressing the opiate crisis in Idaho.
scotty's hot dogs
we are proud to present scotty's hot dogs coming all the way from boise so that we can enjoy their famous hot dogs!
bring your family to enjoy the fun.
this kid friendly atmosphere includes:
kids obstacle course
rally t-shirt sales
Recovery Rally T-Shirts will be available to purchase at our event I want to give you all a sneak peak on what the shirts are going to look like! Make sure you head on over to the t-shirt table at the event and see about getting to own a token of the event. As always, we care about each and every one of you and want you to know that you are what makes our lives special!