Policy & Advocacy Initiatives
Federal Policy & Advocacy Priorities
At Faces & Voices, we are committed to creating a better-equipped society to address the complexity of addiction. Our federal policy efforts for addiction recovery prioritize building a recovery-ready nation to better support people and families impacted by substance use disorder.
By expanding access to community-based support services, harm reduction practices, and evidence-informed treatment, we can help people stay safer. At the same time, they work toward their recovery goals. We also invest in prevention initiatives and work with communities to create solutions that work for everyone so that we can reduce the impact of addiction on families, workplaces, and communities.
A recovery-ready nation is good for people and families impacted by substance use disorder and for America as a whole. By reducing the prevalence of addiction, we can create a healthier society. This can lead to reduced healthcare costs, fewer lost workdays, and a stronger economy.
At Faces & Voices, we proudly lead the charge in building a recovery-ready nation that benefits everyone. Our policy agenda creates comprehensive support services, accessible social determinants of care, and ensures that people with lived experience are at the forefront of every decision that impacts them.
Expand Addiction Recovery
Increase accessibility of recovery supports and services.
Nurture Social Determinants of Recovery
Remove barriers and affirm low-barrier initiatives for housing, health, education, employment, and social support.
Protect and Restore Civic Engagement & Liberties
Harness passion and action for grassroots engagement.