The mission of Better Life In Recovery (BLIR) is to deal hope and foster dignity for those who struggle with substance use and mental health issues through community service, awareness and education events that celebrate individuals in long-term recovery. They share stories of recovery to instill hope that people can and do recover and can live productive lives. They want to help foster dignity for those in long-term recovery by providing volunteer opportunities to better the community they live in.
"We spread awareness of the dangers of substance use through live presentations, media interviews and public service announcements," states David Stoecker, founder.
It's important that BLIR is providing hope and destroy stigma surrounding substance use &mental health through community education, awareness and service events celebrating recovery!
BLIR celebrates recovery through sober, family-friendly social events. They work to educate individuals, organizations and communities on the issues surrounding substance use and mental health issues and advocate for the growing number of individuals who are in long-term recovery. You can help by volunteering for a community service project, organize or sponsor event, or become part of the board of directors. Learn more at their website.
Listen to the interview.
Watch a discussion with founder, David Stoecker.