The nation's recovery community has been instrumental in making this year's "Recovery Advocacy Action Week" a stigma-smashing success. As the week kicked off on Monday, May 2, more than 500 people shared their recovery status via images on social media – using the hashtag #ThisIsWhatRecoveryLooksLike. The walls of many of the major social platforms were awash with the hope and encouragement that a life in recovery can bring for those impacted by substance use disorders and mental health concerns. Day 2 was just as inspiring (if not more so!). Campaign organizers asked participants to go a little deeper into their recovery stories, using the hashtag #OurStoriesHavePower. More than 100 shared their stories on Instagram and Twitter, while OVER 1,000 were using and actively engaging with the moniker on Facebook. We'd say that makes Day 2 a HUGE success and one the recovery community and organizers should be proud of. The annual weeklong campaign is a partnership with Minnesota Recovery Connection, in collaboration with the Altarum Institute, Faces and Voices of Recovery, Faces and Voices of Recovery-Canada, Facing Addiction, Young People in Recovery (YPR) and Rights for Recovery.