10th Annual Celebration of Recovery
March 27, 2019

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
6:00 Reception
6:30 Dinner and Program



2019 Jim McGuinness Award Honoree

The Celebration of Recovery is a special evening that embraces the changes, struggles and hope that addiction and mental illness brings to our lives. Held every spring, this elegant event hosts over 600 attendees who actively fight for the treatment and support of those with mental illness and/or substance disorders and their families. 

Annually, the A Chance to Change Board of Directors honors an extraordinary mental health and substance abuse advocate from the community who is recognized at the event in front of peers, family and friends. The event is now in its 10th year with a record breaking $392,000 raised in 2018! 

Please make plans to join us for the 2019 Celebration of Recovery to be held at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. We are proud to honor Tony Say as he receives the Jim McGuinness Award for his contribution to the recovery community and special guest Dr. George Young, Sr. as he receives the Community Impact Award for his mental health and substance abuse treatment advocacy.

We welcome individual, corporate and foundation sponsors as well as ticket buyers for the event. To be part of the 2019 Celebration of Recovery, to secure an event sponsorship or purchase tickets, click HERE!

The 2018 Celebration of Recovery Honoring Oklahoma City Chief of Police, Bill Citty!

The 2017 Celebration of Recovery Honoring Ken Davidson!