Recovery in Motion Chronicles: April 1, 2024

Alcohol Awareness Month

As an Alcoholic, You Will Violate Your Standards Quicker than You Can Lower Them.

Robin Williams

Alcohol Awareness Month is an annual observance held in April in the United States. It was established by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) to increase public awareness and understanding of alcoholism, its causes, and effective treatments.

Throughout the month, various organizations, schools, and communities organize events and activities to educate people about the dangers of excessive alcohol consumption, the signs of alcoholism, and available resources for individuals and families affected by alcohol-related issues. These activities may include seminars, workshops, health fairs, informational campaigns, and outreach programs aimed at promoting responsible drinking and preventing alcohol abuse.

Alcohol Awareness Month serves as an important reminder of the impact of alcohol on individuals, families, and communities, and it encourages people to make informed choices about their alcohol consumption and seek help if needed. It also provides an opportunity to reduce the stigma surrounding alcoholism and addiction and promote understanding and support for those struggling with alcohol-related problems.

Employee “April Fool” of the Month

Employee Spotlight: Joe Inskeep – Employee of the Month!

Fellow Fools,

On this April Fool’s Day we’re thrilled to announce that our very own Joe Inskeep has been selected as the Employee of the Month! Let’s all take a moment to celebrate Joe’s outstanding contributions to our team and the invaluable impact he’s had on our clients’ lives.

Joe embodies true leadership qualities, his ability to lead by example, coupled with his unwavering dedication to our clients’ well-being, sets him apart as an exceptional role model at Recovery in Motion.
But let’s not overlook Joe’s undeniable style – his shoe collection is nothing short of legendary! Each day, he brings a burst of personality to the workplace, reminding us to embrace individuality and creativity in all that we do.

Despite being bald, Joe radiates beauty from within, shining brightly with his infectious spirit and unwavering positivity. His willingness to challenge the status quo and question authority reflects his deep commitment to continuous improvement and innovation. Congratulations, Joe – you truly deserve this honor of the RIM Employee of the Month!



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