Our Mission Statement:
The promotion of Wellness & Healthy Living
THE RED ROAD TO WELLBRIETY COALITION PRESENTS:
ANNUAL RED ROAD TO
Saturday, September 22nd, 2012
San Xavier Recreation Center
Walking the Red Road is the spiritual and mental journey toward the right life. It calls for a change in behavior and the understanding that each of us has a place for nature in our lives. It is walking with the earth, rather than just upon it.
Wellbriety is not a word, but a concept that goes beyond the ideas of sobriety and wellness to define what is best for the whole, naturally-balanced person each of us seeks to become in life.
Walking the Red Road to Wellbriety celebrates successful and continued recovery from alcohol and drug addiction and breaking the cycle of generational illness, rejoicing with Native families and embracing American Indian and Alaskan Native culture to create a future of promise.
The 4th Annual Red Road to Wellbriety is a celebration of the successes of alcohol recovery. Each year, members of the Tohono O’odham, Pascua Yaqui and urban Native Americans of tribes who reside in Pima County come together to celebrate.