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Recovery Resource Library

Since 2001, Faces & Voices of Recovery has been producing position papers, infographics, reports, toolkits and much more.  Click on the link below to view our publications:

Wisconsin Certified Peer Specialists Employer Toolkit

Posted in: Peer Recovery Support Services

In anticipation that you are reading this Wisconsin Certified Peer Specialists Employer Toolkit as a precursor to hiring a Certified Peer Specialist, I must thank you. You are choosing to embark on a path that will not only employ a Certified Peer Specialist, but one that will see your program increase the understanding and role…

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Words Matter: How Language Choice Can Reduce Stigma

SAMHSA

Posted in: Language & Stigma

This resource examines the role of language in perpetuating substance use disorder stigma, followed by tips for assessing when and how we may be using stigmatizing language, and steps for ensuring that the language we use and messages we deliver are positive, productive, and inclusive. TweetShareSharePin0 Shares

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Working With Your State Insurance Commissioner: A Guide for Substance Use Disorder and Mental Healrh Stakeholders

Posted in: Advocacy & Public Policy

This Guide offers specific strategies to help you effectively collaborate and communicate with your State’s insurance commissioner to raise awareness of health insurance regulatory issues that are most important to people with mental health or substance use disorder service needs. TweetShareSharePin0 Shares

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Working with your State Legislature: A Guide for Substance Use Disorder and Mental Health Stakeholders

Posted in: Advocacy & Public Policy

This Guide offers specific strategies to help you effectively collaborate with your State legislature to raise awareness of issues impacting persons with substance use or mental health needs, to stay informed about legislative developments in your State, and to design successful strategies for mental health and substance use disorder (MH and SUD) prevention, treatment, rehabilitation…

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World Drug Report 2018

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

Posted in: Advocacy & Public Policy

About 275 million people worldwide, which is roughly 5.6 per cent of the global population aged 15–64 years, used drugs at least once during 2016. Some 31 million of people who use drugs suffer from drug use disorders, meaning that their drug use is harmful to the point where they may need treatment. TweetShareSharePin0 Shares

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