It is NO MORE Week March 7

NO MORE Week has begun! Many in recovery have experience with Interpersonal Violence and have a desire to help combat that too. Check out NO MORE Week. Many who suffer from Substance Use Disorder also have experienced Interpersonal Violence or sexual assault. Here’s a national campaign you may recognize. There’s a plethora of information …

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Uprooting the Drug War

Happy to be passing this incredible information along: Friend, I’m excited to let you know that we just launched Uprooting the Drug War, our major new initiative that exposes the insidious ways the drug war has taken root in six critical systems: education, employment, housing, child welfare, immigration, and public benefits. Please visit the site …

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Parents of Addicted Loved Ones (PAL)

Parents of Addicted Loved Ones (PAL) is a  National faith-based nonprofit that helps families learn healthy ways to deal with an adult child struggling with addiction. Meetings are facilitated by parents who complete the free training program and receive ongoing education. Weekly meetings include an evidence-based educational component using a curriculum written by a Licensed …

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Choices launches 1st Ever Spanish Speaking Peer Recovery Coach Tarining

It was nothing short of true beauty watching the first Spanish speaking Peer Recovery Coach training launch in Sep. 16th, 2020. I sat there, as the founder of Choices and author of the English version, and watched the language switch from English to Spanish when introductions began. There was an air of comfort that is …

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Behavioral Health Legislation

Content courtesy of Faces and Voices of Recovery (FAVOR):   Behavioral Health Legislation In an effort to address the overwhelming increase in opioid-related overdoses and overall behavioral health needs during the pandemic, the House and Senate have both introduced bills that would provide funding for organizations and entities that are intentional in serving populations where …

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