Government, Corporate and Foundation Funders
We value opportunities to work with like-minded organizations working on the local, state and national level to find solutions to addiction in America and promote recovery for all. We are proud of the strong partnerships we have built and fortified since 2001. Our broad reach allows us to bring the voice of recovery to numerous councils, committees, collaboratives, conferences, initiatives, stakeholder forums, expert panels, and more across the nation.
Contact us here to explore how we can work together with you and your organization.
We could not accomplish our mission without the generous support of our government, corporate and foundation funders. Faces & Voices of Recovery aims to engage the public and private sector and industry leaders to provide much needed resources to do our work.
Our corporate sponsorship program provides businesses and foundations with ways to achieve their business and social responsibility goals, while we use these resources to advocate for effective public policy, support our operations, host events, and implement new initiatives. Seeking and accepting funds from corporations does not influence our public policy efforts. Thank you to all of our sponsors.
Learn more about sponsorship opportunities by clicking this link here.
See a list of our current and former (since 2001) funders, corporate members, and event sponsors below.
- Addiction Policy Forum
- Ammon Labs
- Addiction Policy Leadership Network (APLAN)
- Center for Social Innovation
- Conrad Hilton Foundation
- Florida Department of Children and Families
- Health Foundation of Greater Cincinatti
- Reckitt Benckiser
- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
- Stacie Mathewson Foundation
- The Open Society Foundations
- AdCare Hospital
- Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC)
- Collegium Pharmaceuticals
- Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties
- Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation
- Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals
- Natural High
- New Hampshire Charitable Foundation
- Sandoz, Inc.
- SilverSEAL Corporation
- The McShin Foundation
- The Peter G. Dodge Foundation
- Transforming Youth Recovery
- Altarum Institute
- Ambrosia Treatment Centers
- Aquila Recovery Clinic
- Ashley Addiction Treatment
- Atlantic Recovery Center
- Beacon Health Options
- Brian's Wish
- Bridge Foundation
- Brimley Group
- Burlington Labs
- Butzel Long
- C4 Recovery Foundation
- Capitol Decisions, Inc.
- Caron Treatment Centers
- Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA)
- Community Care Behavioral Health
- Connecticut Certification Board, Inc.
- Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery (CCAR)
- Council of Southeast Pennsylvania / PRO-ACT
- Detroit Recovery Project
- Freedom Institute
- Georgia Council on Substance Abuse
- Hanley Family Foundation
- Joseph and Harvey Meyerhoff
- Legal Action Center
- Livengrin Foundation
- Long Island Recovery Association (LIRA)
- Massachusetts Organization for Addiction Recovery (MOAR)
- Med Pro Billing
- NAADAC - The Association For Addiction Professionals
- National Institute on Drug Abuse
- New England Association of Drug Court Professionals
- New Objectives
- Oxford House Inc.
- Policy Research Associates
- Potential Behavioral Health Advisors
- Recovery Africa, Inc.
- Restore Health & Wellness
- Steps to Recovery
- The Ammon Foundation
- The Florida House Experience
- The Mary Daly MacFarland Foundation
- The National Council for Behavioral Health
- The Recovery Village
- Two Dreams
- Value Options
- Vanguard Communications