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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.
Recovery Support Funding
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
In recent weeks, we have witnessed the culmination of long-fought advocacy efforts on behalf of the recovery community. While we didn’t get everything on our wish list, there is some progress to…
Faces & Voices was incorporated in Washington, D.C. on February 23, 2004.
How Tyrone Gayle, a phenom in his life and a legend in his death, left an indelible mark on the advocacy world.
by Patty McCarthy and Zac Talbott As people living in recovery from addiction and as leaders in the recovery movement, we know that methadone saves lives. We’ve seen it help…
Patty McCarthy, M.S. and CEO of Faces & Voices of Recovery, released an op-ed encouraging states and communities to prioritize evidence-based, equitable recovery efforts and discussed the allocation of opioid…
By Keegan Wicks, Amanda Cassidy-Trejo, and Lindsay J. Fancovic The recovery community is driven by hope and action. Here at Faces & Voices, we’re dedicated to empowering individuals and…