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Welcome to
The Voices Project

The Voices Project is a grassroots recovery advocacy organization that is changing the way America thinks about recovery, one voice at a time. End the silence, end addiction. Learn more and get involved.

Work Together.  Recover Together.  Better Together.

What We Do

Our Impact


Your generosity makes it possible for The Voices Project to save lives, educate people about addiction, open hearts, and create meaningful change that affects millions of Americans. Whether it’s a one-time gift or a recurring donation, every dollar goes directly to our mission of raising up recovery voices.

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23,000,000

live in long-term recovery

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21,000,000

currently struggling with addiction

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90%

will never receive medical support

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1 in 3

households impacted by addiction

 Featured Post

Demand for Mental Health and Addiction Services Increasing as COVID-19 Pandemic Continues to Threaten Availability of Treatment Options

September 19, 2020

New Polling Shows Need for Immediate Congressional Action to Avert Collapse of Behavioral Health Organizations and Resulting Public Health Crisis Demand for mental health and addiction treatme…

 Recent News

Demand for Mental Health and Addiction Services Increasing as COVID-19 Pandemic Continues to Threaten Availability of Treatment Options

September 19, 2020

New Polling Shows Need for Immediate Congressional Action to Avert Collapse of Behavioral Health Organizations and Resulting Public Health Crisis Demand for mental health and addiction treatme…

Mobilize Recovery 2020 Creates New, Emerging Recovery Leadership

August 25, 2020

This year’s Mobilize Recovery event showed, once again, that the recovery advocacy community is diverse, dedicated, and resilient. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the national advocacy eve…

Drug overdose deaths jump in 2019 to nearly 71,000, a record high, CDC says

July 16, 2020

Drug overdose deaths in the United States jumped last year by a projected 4.8%, wiping out a slight decline in 2018 and setting a new record high, according to preliminary data released Wednes…

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