Missouri Recovery Network’s web site (www.morecovery.org) has information about their voter education campaign o Proposition E. They also made a radio PSA. Advertisements

The 2012 election will be decided today.  Let’s make sure that people in recovery, families, friends and allies turn out to the polls in numbers never seen before! Where to vote? Click here to find your local polling place. Throughout this election season, we’ve learned who the candidates are and where they stand on our […]

Are you holding Recovery Voices Count events to register voters, educate candidates, and prepare Get-out-the-Vote activities for November 6th? Let us know! We’d love to help get the word out and share information as resources for other organizations. Email us with details about your event at info@facesandvoicesofrecovery.org. PS. Check out our Another Voter for Recovery […]

As we approach and pass the various state deadlines for voter registration, Faces & Voices of Recovery is making a final push to remind people in recovery the importance of making Recovery Voices Count. This means 3 important things for people in recovery to do: Register to vote today Spread the word about recovery issues […]

It’s up to recovering people to put addiction and treatment issues on the national agenda. Posted Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012 By Steve Diogo Click here to view the article on RenewEveryDay.com In a recent RenewEveryDay.com survey, 80 percent of respondents said addiction and recovery issues are of key importance in the upcoming presidential election; yet […]

RICARES and the Anchor Recovery Community Center will be hosting a Town Hall Meeting at the Anchor Recovery Community Center on Saturday, October 13th from 3:00 – 4:30 pm. The non-partisan Town Hall Meeting will educate RICARES members and the recovery community on the candidates’ stance on issues important to them so that they can […]

Kentuckians For The Commonwealth (KFTC) This past weekend, our allies at People Advocating Recovery (PAR) held their big, annual Rally For Recovery in Louisville and KFTC members were invited as always to talk to people about our campaign to restore voting rights to former felons who have served their debt to society. In all, we collected over 250 […]