ADDICTION IS A CRISIS OF EPIDEMIC PROPORTIONS AND SHOWS NO SIGN OF SLOWING DOWN.
It affects people of every race, class, social group, religion, and gender. It does not discriminate.
Our Mobilize Recovery project was spearheaded in 2019 by the Facebook Community Leadership Program and will build capacity for organized civic advocacy around the country. We will identify,
train, connect, and work with recovery advocates in all 50 states. Each of these selected community organizers will have lived experience with substance use disorders. By sharing resources,
coordinating our agenda, and taking action as a powerful, confident constituency, we will create change that affects millions of people in a positive way.
In 2020, Mobilize Recovery showed, once again, that the recovery advocacy community is diverse, dedicated, and resilient. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the national advocacy event was hosted
virtually by the Voices Project and Recovery Advocacy Project, making it the largest and most accessible training to date. Advocates from across America attended to network, learn new skills,
and share tactics to improve recovery outcomes during the national drug epidemic.
There are over 23 million Americans living in long-term recovery. And another 21 million Americans still struggling. 1 in 3 households are directly impacted by addiction. Yet, our voices are
often silenced and ignored. That changes now.
When We All Vote has partnered with The Voices Project to register new recovery oriented voters by the 2020 election. Together, we can show our country that our voices matter
and that we will mobilize.
People in recovery, their families, and allies of the recovery community will no longer be silent.
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.
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.
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