Change the Names – Remove “Abuse” Policymakers in all levels of government have an opportunity and a responsibility to work towards eliminating stigma by using non-stigmatizing terms for addiction. Individuals…

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Recovery Voices Count As we enter the final month of the 2020 election cycle, it becomes more vital that we include the faces and voices of recovery at all levels…

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September is designated as Recovery Month. Recovery Month promotes the societal benefits of prevention, treatment, and recovery for mental and substance use disorders.  It celebrates the millions of people as…

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Are you a tech-savvy, ambitious team player? Do you like creating polished products and working with multiple technology platforms?  Have you mastered working effectively in your home office environment?  Faces…

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August 2020 Digital Newsletter It’s Finally Here! Our participant mobile application, MyRecoveryJourney, has launched on both iOS and Android devices! Please complete the form below and we’ll reach out! MyRecoveryJourney…

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Recovery is a reality. It is a hopeful statement for an existing and growing many In the midst of a serious addiction crisis, in which 72,000 people died from overdoses in 2019. The…

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National Recovery Month 2020 National Recovery Month (Recovery Month) is an international observance held every September to educate people about how substance use and mental health services can enable individuals and their families to live healthy…

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August 2020 Digital Newsletter Virtual Learning Community Join us on August 12 at 12:00pm EDT for a webinar on the Participatory Process. This FREE webinar will feature special guests – Efrain…

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When I was thinking about what to write for this blog, I went through a list of the usual suspects – the state of peer recovery, the role of Faces…

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