Become a Member of Faces & Voices of Recovery

You can invest in our efforts to eliminate stigma and develop innovative solutions for recovery by becoming a Member. Members provide us with the critical financial support we need to advocate for the rights of the recovery community.

By becoming a Member of Faces & Voices of Recovery, you will help eliminate the stigma of addiction and make recovery possible for even more Americans. Our Members are putting a face and a voice on recovery and organizing campaigns and events to raise awareness while celebrating recovery in their communities. Being a Member means being part of the largest recovery advocacy organization in the world.


Individual and Student Membership benefits

  • LIMITED TIME ONLY! New Members receive a free copy of Johhny Allem's book "Say the Second Thing" from our online store ($14.95 VALUE).
  • Receive 10% discount on all online webstore items.
  • Be the first to hear about Faces & Voices of Recovery news and events through our online Member-only newsletter.
  • Take advantage of discounted rates for trainings and events, including our annual America Honors Recovery Awards Dinner & Gala.
  • Receive Action Alerts on relevant policy issues in the #recovery advocacy movement.

Affiliate Benefits (for organizations and businesses)

  • Have your logo and a hyperlink posted on our website, taking advantage of our highly visited website to tell others what you do.
  • Have your organization promoted via our active social media platforms.
  • Have the opportunity to display the Faces & Voices of Recovery organizational affiliate logo on your website and promotional materials.
  • Receive discounted tickets to our annual America Honors Recovery Awards Dinner & Gala.
  • Receive 10% discount on all online webstore items

The best benefit, however, is knowing your support of Faces & Voices of Recovery is helping to build the world's largest network of recovery advocates. Member contributions provide us with invaluable resources to create the partnerships needed to promote recovery.