In addition to our 2012 Guide to Non-Partisan Civic Engagement that we shared in our first post and our 2012 Recovery Voices Count PowerPoint Presentation, Faces and Voices has a number of great organizing tools to make your Recovery Voice Count! Check out these resources for your next Advocacy Action Area, voter drive, or lobbying efforts: […]

Every Election Season NCADD-NJ provides NJ citizens with an Election Guide that has all you need to know about voting in the state including a number of issue highlights, points to share and questions to ask candidate running for office, a list of candidates running for office, and election frequently asked questions! Here is the 2012 […]

Recovery Month events can be a great time to rally people in recovery to make their voices count this election season! Check out our press release on this weekend’s events: WORLDWIDE RALLY FOR RECOVERY! on SEPTEMBER 15, 2012 Celebrations in Detroit, MI, Hartford, CT, Dublin, Ireland to be streamed live, call for end to discriminatory […]

Buttons, stickers, t-shirts, you name it – we’ve got great recovery gear online in our web store to help spread the message that Recovery Voices Count during your Recovery Month events!

Photos from Recovery Wellness rooms and Democratic Convention

Here is some photos of the recovery wellness rooms, materials used, some special guests, convention goer’s and pictures of the Recovery Caucus.

Enjoy!

My name is Aaron Kucharski and I had the privilege of working with the Coalition for Whole Health, Faces & Voices of Recovery and its partners to organize the Recovery Wellness Rooms at the Democratic Convention this year! I was in charge of the volunteers that would be staffing the rooms at the Charlotte Convention […]

Recovery Wellness Rooms Open for Democratic National Convention Attendees – Multiple Venues Tailored for People in Recovery from Addiction, Mental Illness: Sponsored by Faces & Voices of Recovery and The Coalition for Whole Health – Washington, D.C. (30 August 2012) – Faces & Voices of Recovery and The Coalition for Whole Health again are sponsoring […]