For the first time in its four-year history, the Scottish Recovery Walk is being held in Dundee.
Organisers say the event is an opportunity for everyone to see the benefits that recovery from addiction brings to Scotland.
The Scottish Recovery Walk, which first took place across the Forth Road Bridge in 2013, is expected to attract thousands of people.
It will feature a walk through the city centre, a “roses in the river” memorial service for lost loved ones and a recovery festival on Magdalen Green.
Last year, more than 2,000 people from every area of the country took part in the event in Falkirk and organisers are hoping for an even bigger turnout today.
This year’s theme is Love Makes You Family.
Everyone is welcome, including people in recovery, friends, families, treatment providers and supporters.
The event starts at 11am today.