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Rock the Vote!

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 […]

Organizing Tools for Making your Recovery Voice Count!

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: […]

New Jersey 2012 Election Guide!

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 […]

Advocacy Action Areas

Make Recovery Voices Count! in 2012 by setting up an Advocacy Action Area to register and educate voters. This short guide has ideas for actions you can take, tips on setting up at your event, and a pledge sheet template you can use at your advocacy action area!

Check out our website and 2012 Guide to Non-Partisan Civic Engagement!

Learn all about our campaign, find organizing tools and resources, and find out what you can do this election season to make Recovery Voices Count by visiting our website! Be sure to check out the 2012 Guide to Non-Partisan Civic Engagement while you’re there. It includes an introductory letter to the campaign from the Faces […]