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Step 1:  Register for the rally

The first step in getting involved with UNITE to Face Addiction is registering on their website. Floridians for Recovery (FFR) and Florida Association of Recovery Residences (FARR) have partnered together and registered as an organization attending UNITE.

Click here and you will be guided to the UNITE to Face Addiction registration page.  If you have any questions or concerns about the rally, contact  David Awadalla at 678-485-7048 or Matthew Cohen at 347-573-4757.

Step 2: Book your flight!

We have several flight options available.  You can search for the cheapest airline options via Kayak, or click here to book your flight through Delta. Use the group code NMM23 to see the discounted fair set for UNITE to Face Addiction or call 1800-328-1111 to make a reservation.


Step 3:  Arrange your lodging

A new housing option is camping that has been arranged by The Face The Music Foundations and Recovery Unplugged. The cost for the reservation is $6 per person, per night, at Lake Fairfax Park in Reston, VA. The Face The Music Foundations and Recovery Unplugged camp ground will have a general store with water, energy drinks, snacks, and fruit. Acoustic Music allowed until 10PM.

You can also find or offer personal housing in the DC area at the UNITE to Face Addiction group.  If you are bringing a large group, you may find a list of low-cost housing resources at the Washington Peace Center’s website helpful.



Step 4: Entertainment

Along with activities provided by the UNITE to Face Addiction rally, Recovery Unplugged and the Face the Music Foundation, you can experience all that Washington D.C has to offer, included numerous museums and National monuments.

Click here to explore D.C’s official travel website and discover the infinite fun-filled possibilities the city has to offer.

UNITE to Face Addiction is going to be a pivotal moment in the recovery advocacy movement, and we look forward to seeing you in the nations Capitol. We encourage you to share a personal story about why you’re going to DC as well.

See you in DC!