The Voices Project believes in equity and justice and we stand with the Black community against racism and police violence. We want to amplify the voices of people bringing on this change.
In the coming weeks, we’ll be partnering with charities and thought leaders who support this work. Together, we can help end racial injustice, lift up Black voices, and ensure equitable access to addiction recovery supports for historically marginalized communities.
As we build out these partnerships, we will share it with you so you can help end racism and inequality. Times are hard right now, but with love and speaking up, we can make a change for the better.
We will continue to support and amplify diversity throughout our community. The Voices Project stands for community, for togetherness, and for mutual support.
Please stay safe, healthy, and take care of yourselves and one another.
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.
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