2022 Mobilize Recovery National Bus Tour coming to Spokane

Riverfront Park
PC: Riverfront Park, James Richman

SPOKANE, Wash. — The 2022 Mobilize Recovery National Bus Tour is coming to Spokane on Thursday.

The tour highlights those across the country who have recovered from drug abuse, advocates for recovery solutions and ending overdose deaths preventable. Thousands of people have attended Mobilize Recovery since it started in 2019.

“After several years of hosting impactful and constructive events at our annual Las Vegas convening of recovery & drug policy advocates, we are answering the urgent requests of hundreds of our member advocacy groups to bring Mobilize Recovery to their communities,” said Ryan Hampton, founder of the Voices Project and creator of Mobilize Recovery. “We are changing the nation’s attitude towards supporting recovery – and it requires attention, focus, and urgency from the critical verticals of grassroots NGOs, private sector companies, government agencies, and elected officials.”

The tour will stop in Riverfront Park as part of Party at the Park. This is the final stop of the tour, celebrating the Spokane Recovery Community. Speakers, free food, live music, resources and more will be available at Riverfront Park. Later in the evening, there will be a raffle where you can win prizes, including a two-week free EES prize. Senator Patty Murray’s office will also be there, where she will be presented with an award.

The event is from 6-8:30 p.m. They will meet on the North Bank Shelter & Lawn.

RELATED: Sober October: Coeur d’Alene kava bar raising money to support alcohol addiction recovery