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Welcome to Faces & Voices of Recovery. We are all of you. We know recovery is possible. 

And through our collective experience, Faces & Voices of Recovery moves recovery support services forward in your community, your state, and across the country. Join us in our recovery advocacy. Together, we'll share all we know.

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Together, we are a powerful ally.

Faces & Voices of Recovery is a vast resource in the quest to advance peer support services and recovery efforts everywhere, free from injustice and discrimination. Together, we significantly impact how recovery wellness efforts are understood, organized, funded, and shared.


Together, we are an effective advocate.

We've lived it. Now, as a community working together, we share recovery support services at every level.

And when community support for recovery is advanced, all kinds of good things happen:

  • Healthier economies
  • Safer communities
  • Better healthcare
  • Enlightened law enforcement
  • Active local governments
  • Reduced incarcerations
  • Mended families

Latest News

Shatterproof: A Call to Transform Addiction Treatment and End the Stigma

Right now, there are 49 million Americans living with a substance use disorder (SUD) in the United States. More than 112,000 people died from a drug overdose in the 12-month…


A Journey of Recovery: Living with HIV for Over 20 Years 

When I received my diagnosis in 2003, my doctor said that he had “some good news and some bad news” to share with me. The bad news: I was HIV…


Introducing the SAMHSA Program to Advance Recovery Knowledge

We are thrilled to announce the launch of the SAMHSA Program to Advance Recovery Knowledge (SPARK), a new national technical assistance center to support transformational, recovery-oriented change for every state,…


Restoring Lives, Restoring Hope

In a world where hope can feel hard to come by, and the road to recovery often seems winding and uncertain, there are organizations that stand out as guideposts offering…


Recovery Month Continuum

September is widely recognized as Recovery Month, a time to acknowledge and celebrate the journey of those who have overcome substance use disorder (SUD) and mental health challenges. During this…


Recovery Year-Round

Can’t stop. Won’t Stop. Throughout Recovery Month, Faces & Voices led and participated in several events recognizing and celebrating the more than 25 million people in the recovery community, allies…



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