Climb Above Addiction

April 17, 2021

11 AM - 3 PM EST

  Supporting Prevention    

  and Recovery 


On event day, Saturday April 17, follow links below each activity on the Online Event Agenda page to participate.  Click below to go to the online Event Agenda.


Featured speaker

Chris Sullivan, former NFL football player NE Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers, tells his story, Not in the Playbook

Live Zoom meeting

April 17, 12 noon

Chris Sullivan Photo 1.jpg

Climb Above Addiction is like a fundraiser walk or 5K run, but instead of walking on a track or running on a road, participants can climb a rock wall and enjoy a fun-filled day of food, music, and games. Due to the coronavirus, we have re-imagined this year's climb, which will be a fun-filled day of ONLINE activities, learning opportunities, and community building.


This year's proceeds will go toward supporting prevention programs offered by CADY (Communities for Alcohol- and Drug-Free Youth) and its Restorative Justice Program for youth. 

Hosted by Plymouth State University's Social Entrepreneurship students and PSU's Enactus entrepreneurial program.

           4th Annual

Climb Above Addiction

A community event to raise awareness and support prevention and recovery from drug addiction


Date:  Saturday, April 17, 2021


Time:  Online 11 AM - 3 PM EST


All event activities will be ONLINE for this year's Climb Above Addiction.  Click the button below to view the event schedule.  

Here's how you can participate!

Find a sponsor or start a team to donate

Register for featured speaker Chris Sullivan's talk.

Volunteer to lead an activity, stream some music, guide a workshop, offer a class, or participate in an event of your choice to support the Climb Above Addiction. We'd love to have your help!

Contact us at:

Here's how you can

support the cause!

Donate as an individual or sponsor!

You can support an individual, team, or

become a sponsor of  the event.

Your contribution can help someone to Climb Above Addiction!


We'd love to hear from you: