Deadline for Recovery Month Poster Art and Poetry Contest is Friday!

About the Contest

In preparation for National Recovery Month, which occurs every year in September, King County Behavioral Health and Recovery Division (BHRD) has announced its Recovery Poster Art and Poetry Contest. This year’s theme is “Rising Above it All: Wellness, Resilience, and Recovery”.

The contest is open to adults, youth and family members who are currently participating in King County’s publicly funded behavioral healthcare system or have participated in King County’s publicly-funded mental health or substance use treatment system in the past. 

Winners of both the poster art and poetry contests will receive a prize. The winning art piece will be featured as King County Behavioral Health and Recovery Division’s 2020 Recovery Poster and the winning poem will be featured in King County publications.

How to Enter

Contact Kathleen Murphy at Kathleen.murphy@kingcounty.gov for a contest entry form and mark your calendar with the submission deadline on Friday, September 18, 2020.

While Recovery Month isn’t until September, you are encouraged to visit BHRD’s Recovery Month webpage to learn about other ways to get involved in this year’s Recovery Month activities. 

“Recovery Life” by Clifford S. Parsons received 1st Place in the 2019 Recovery Poster Art Contest

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