Resources We’ve hired some of the best in our field to conduct research on those we serve to bring this educational material to you. We’ve also scoured the web for other resources that may help you in understanding the magnitude of our cause that affects thousands each year. Quick Links RCO Emergency Preparedness Toolkit The RCO Emergency Preparedness Toolkit handouts are a collection of materials that have been provided by multiple resources and compiled in order to be easily accessible for the public needs. Faces & Voices has collated these resources to guide RCOs and other agencies in their Emergency Preparedness planning. View Toolkit View Toolkit Recovery Stories Read the personal stories of people recovering from substance use disorders and share your story. Spread the word and inform others to share their stories. View Stories View Stories Share Your Story Share Your Story Mutual Aid This one-stop resource will help you find out about the growing number and scope of volunteer recovery mutual aid groups. View Resources View Resources COVID-19 Resources People in recovery have overcome much adversity so in many ways they are uniquely prepared mentally and emotionally to cope with the difficulties they are facing during the COVID-19 pandemic. View Resources View Resources Our Publications View or download publications, infographics, and other resources found to help support our network. View Publications View Publications Our Webinars Access past webinars, trainings, and presentations led by subject matter experts and leaders in the field. View Webinars View Webinars Add A Resource Do you have a recovery resource to add? Please read over our guidelines below to ensure it meets our criteria. Please do not ask us to post a link to your website if it is not a mutual aid group. We do not post links to other organizations. Other organizations includes treatment agencies or "informational" websites about substance use or use related issues. Mutual Aid Requirements Expand Focus primarily on recovery from alcohol and other drug problems and/or mental health and other issues that may co-occur with such problems Offer peer support rather than professional services Honor the principle of "many paths to recovery" and individual choice – they promote what their own approach offers without devaluing alternative approaches Respect the human rights of their members/participants Not solicit fees/donations as a condition of participation Respond within a reasonable time-frame to contacts made via their websites, email addresses, and/or phone Publication Requirements Expand Publications must be recovery focused and written by a credible organization and/or individual. All documents will be reviewed by Faces & Voices of Recovery for inclusion in the resource library. Submit Resource Please indicate resource type* Recovery-Based Publication Mutual Aid Resource Your name* First Last Your email address* Please enter the information below about the mutual aid resource you are submitting for review.Name of mutual aid resource* Website of mutual aid resource* Description of mutual aid resource*Please check all that apply Local State Regional National International Please enter the information below about the publication you are submitting for review.Title of publication* Author of document Date/year document published* Brief description of resource*Upload documentMax. file size: 125 MB.NameThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.