FACES & VOICES OF RECOVERY PUBLICATIONS
Faces & Voices first-ever nationwide survey of persons in recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs was conducted by Alexandre Laudet, PhD and documents dramatic improvements in all areas of life for people in recovery from addiction.
The purpose of this paper is to offer a succinct and informative perspective for policy makers and the public as we move into a new service delivery landscape, with the underlying premise that increased access to treatment and recovery supports is a wise investment. It pays to get people help before they encounter the criminal justice system.
Shannon Egan; USARA Development Director
Social Media is a powerful way to connect individuals in longterm recovery--and those currently seeking recovery from drug and alcohol addiction-- to their local recovery community. It’s also a powerful way to spread the message of recovery, eradicate shame and stigma, advocate for change, and promote and strengthen the National Recovery Movement.
The Recovery Community Organization Toolkit is a must read if you're interested in starting up a recovery community organization or want to think about the next steps for your group. Find out about the core strategies that grass roots organizations around the country have used to develop strong local and statewide groups.