Support the Recovery Set-Aside, Sign-On Your Organization Today.

Show your organization's support for the millions of Americans in and seeking recovery. Please consider signing this letter of support on behalf of your organization requesting the final conferenced package include the 10% Recovery Support Set-Aside and an increase in the appropriation to the SABG of at least $1.15 billion contained in the Senate bill. Our initial letters earlier this year to the House and Senate have gone to Capitol Hill. Now our momentum continues to grow and your organization's action is needed - let your voice be heard.

Deadline for this call-to-action is Friday, November 19, 2021.

Sign-On Now - Due Friday 11/19!

Endorsing Organizations

A total of 344 organizations, including 26 national and 318 state-level organizations, have endorsed the Recovery Set-Aside. See the full list of endorsing organizations below.

 

  • Faces & Voices of Recovery
  • Third Horizon Strategies
  • All Sober
  • Association of Recovery High Schools
  • Association of Recovery in Higher Education
  • C4 Innovations
  • C4 Recovery Foundation
  • Community Catalyst
  • Entertainment Industries Council (EIC)
  • Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation
  • International Recovery Day, Inc.
  • Kennedy Forum
  • Legal Action Center
  • National Alliance for Medication Assisted (NAMA) Recovery
  • National Alliance for Recovery Residences
  • National Center for Advocacy and Recovery for Behavioral Health (NCAAR-BH)
  • National Rural Social Work Caucus
  • Oxford House
  • Partnership to End Addiction
  • Police, Treatment, and Community Collaborative (PTACC)
  • SAFE Project
  • Smart Approaches to Marijuana (SAM)
  • The Voices Project
  • Treatment Communities of America
  • Young People in Recovery

Advocacy 101

Understanding and Navigating Today's Legislative Landscape

In May of 2021, President Biden introduced the Fiscal Year 2022 Budget, which included – for the first time in history – a 10% set-aside for recovery support services in the Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment (SAPT) Block Grant. What does this mean for recovery advocates and how do we make sure that Congress passes the budget with the set-aside for recovery? Webinar attendees will gain a basic understanding of the federal legislative process to help make sure the voice of recovery advocates are heard loud and clear. By developing advocacy skills and effectively communicating ideas and concerns to legislators our community can further become a constituency of consequence!