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National Recovery Institute

Press Release

New National Technical Assistance Center Opens to Address the Opioid Epidemic

National organization aims to increase recovery support services.

Washington, DC- August 13, 2018

For many individuals with substance use disorders, the support of someone who has been there increases their chances of success.  Currently, drug overdoses claim 174 lives every day and a powerful new workforce of people in recovery has come forward to use their recovery experience to help others navigate the challenges of early recovery.  Evidence of the effectiveness of peer recovery support services is promising. Yet, many states and communities still lack the capacity to implement effective peer recovery support services.

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Welcome to the National Recovery Institute

The mission of the National Recovery Institute is to increase the knowledge, capacity, and accountability of recovery support providers throughout the United States and territories.

The National Recovery Institute is Faces & Voices of Recovery's primary vehicle for delivering training, technical assistance, evaluation, research, translation, and capacity building products and services to support individuals, organizations and states on topics related to recovery support services and policy development. The team is always working on the next round of groundbreaking offerings to support recovery support providers and other related entities.

Our global focus, along with the changing national landscape, as it pertains to recovery from addiction, requires Faces & Voices of Recovery, including the Institute, to innovate and pave the way for future recovery support services providers.

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National Recovery Institute Trainers

Please click this link to find out more about the background of the trainers at the National Recovery Institute. You can also find this page in the main navigation menu under National Recovery Institute, or on the side bar to the left.

What is Your Biggest Asset? Your People!

Not only does professional development this benefit your staff and volunteers but is also a terrific human resource asset to ensure staff retention. Organizations that enable access to valuable training topics on an ongoing basis to their staff enjoy better loyalty from them.

There are a variety of approaches to professional and organizational development including consultation, communities of practice, on-site training, eLearning, technical assistance and toolkits.   Click the tab of interest for more detailed descriptions of our services.  Either click the links on the sidebar on the left-hand side of your screen or select the links below.

External Consultants

In addition, we draw from a pool of external consultants. Interested in becoming part of the training team?

Please send your bio, résumé, subject matter expertise and letter of reference to us at nri@facesandvoicesofrecovery.org.