Advocate. Act. Advance.

Welcome to Faces & Voices of Recovery, the nation's leading non-profit recovery advocacy organization.

We walk side-by-side with recovery community organizations, peer support specialists, community members, and thought leaders all over the country to advocate for normalizing recovery and de-stigmatizing addiction.

Six cultural and age diversity people standing together

$350 Million

Recovery Support Funding

80,000+

Supporters

200+

Alliance Members

What we do here

Faces & Voices of Recovery is dedicated to advancing peer support services and recovery efforts everywhere. From recovery pop-ups and trainings to RCO certifications and accreditation, we keep ourselves committed to the progress of recovery.

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How you can help

With your support, we can advocate through education, equip communities with tools that facilitate connection and resource-sharing, and convene experts that invite equity, compassion, and empowerment to the recovery conversation.

As a non-profit organization, we count on buy-in from allies like you.

Donations help us continue the work; memberships help us grow. Click below to get involved.

Latest News

Faces & Voices Celebrates 20 Years of Incorporation

Faces & Voices was incorporated in Washington, D.C. on February 23, 2004.

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The Best of Us: Even in Death, Tyrone Gayle Champions for Better

How Tyrone Gayle, a phenom in his life and a legend in his death, left an indelible mark on the advocacy world.

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Open Letter to Congress From Persons in Recovery: What Opponents Get Wrong About Methadone.

by Patty McCarthy and Zac Talbott As people living in recovery from addiction and as leaders in the recovery movement, we know that methadone saves lives. We’ve seen it help…

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Don’t Leave Recovery Funding Out of Opioid Epidemic Solution

Patty McCarthy, M.S. and CEO of Faces & Voices of Recovery, released an op-ed encouraging states and communities to prioritize evidence-based, equitable recovery efforts and discussed the allocation of opioid…

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Civic Engagement and Recovery: Casting a Vote for Hope

By Keegan Wicks, Amanda Cassidy-Trejo, and Lindsay J. Fancovic   The recovery community is driven by hope and action. Here at Faces & Voices, we’re dedicated to empowering individuals and…

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Bonus Episode: Phil Rutherford

This blog is an edited transcript of the Faces & Voices of Recovery podcast, Recovery Stories have power, which you can listen to here or by searching “Recovery Stories Have Power”…

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