Announces Dream Movie Job: $1000 to Watch Addiction Recovery Movies will host a nationwide contest for Recovery Month, giving film lovers a chance to earn $1000 for watching movies about addiction recovery.

Movie Job, the leading informational resource and web guide for those impacted by substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders, is proud to announce their nationwide contest highlighting hope that exists in stories of recovery — specifically in movies — will launch during Recovery Month, an annual observance sponsored by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Find official terms and conditions (inside contest entry form under "Rules") here:

The winner of the movie dream job contest will be paid $1000 to watch six movies about addiction recovery, then write a brief review of each film on social media. The contest runs now through Sept. 30, 2022, and the winner will be notified via email by Oct. 5, 2022.  

Applicants must be 18 years or older and a U.S. citizen or permanent resident to apply.

How to Enter

  • Applicants must fill out an entry form at
  • They will be prompted to enter all required registration information, along with explaining, in 100 words or less, why they are the perfect person for the job.
  • The deadline to submit applications is Monday, Sept. 30, 2022, at 11:59 PM EST. After this date, no further applications will be permitted.
  • The winner will be notified by email within five days of the application closing date and receive $1000 upon completion of tasks.

"We are excited to launch the dream movie job contest during Recovery Month — a month-long observance dedicated to increasing public awareness for mental health and addiction recovery," said Sage Zaree, Chief Marketing Officer.

"We know the impact of addiction is vast. But highlighting stories of recovery is a powerful way to spark necessary conversations that can eradicate stigmas that often hinder addiction treatment and recovery services. By featuring the recovery stories from our list of six chosen films, the movie contest serves that purpose." 

It is more important than ever to educate the masses about addiction and mental health. The next step in combating addiction is to find a rehab program that can be customized based on unique needs and budget (including private insurance, Medicare, and free or low-cost treatment options). Visitors are encouraged to explore the website at


About Addictions was founded with two goals in mind: to provide in-depth, medically accurate information to those struggling with substance abuse and mental health disorders — either personally or as a loved one — and to connect those people with the free resources and rehabs that can help them. For more information, please visit

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