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Building a brighter future for Texans in recovery

Core to all our work is  leveraging the power and potential of peers – people with personal, lived recovery experience. 

Our work focuses on key areas we believe are central to a successful community of recovery.

Awareness

Campaigns

Policy

Advocacy

Workforce

Development

Organization

Development

Research

Current Projects

PROSPER

Peer and Recovery Organization Sustainability, Planning, Equity and Research (PROSPER) Purpose Expand Through the Peer and Recovery Organization Sustainability, Planning, Equity and Research (PROSPER) project, RecoveryPeople will strengthen the capacity…

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Peer Policy Fellowship

RecoveryPeople’s Peer Policy Fellowship program empowers the voice of lived experience in policy and program development by hiring and/or mentoring Fellows in recovery from substance use and related mental health…

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The History of Recovery in Texas

The History of Recovery in Texas: Empowering Today and Inspiring the Future by Honoring the Past. (July 1, 2023 to Present) The History of Recovery in Texas: Empowering Today and…

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Recovery House Manager Fellowship

Recovery House Manager Fellowship The Recovery House Manager Fellowship is an initiative made possible by a 4-year grant from the HRSA BHWET (Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training) Program. Each…

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Project HOMES

In response to the opioid epidemic, Project HOMES will provide recovery housing to Texans with an opioid use disorder who have chosen medication assistance recovery, which is the use of…

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Brown Bag Advocacy

Brown Bag Advocacy  Community lunch & learn Brown Bag Advocacy is an educational series that focuses on policies affecting substance use, mental health prevention, treatment, and recovery. The series is…

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NSTARR

RecoveryPeople consultants on a research the research project: National-Study-of-Treatment-and-Addiction-Recovery-Residences (NSTARR) You can like and follow NSTARR’s progress on social media https://www.facebook.com/National-Study-of-Treatment-and-Addiction-Recovery-Residences-105638054734069

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Upcoming Events

PROSPER Learning Series: Introduction to Grant Writing

Register here to reserve your spot: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMtcu-rpj4tHNLiw1mAHTfzkKPweS0kzVyc Unlock the potential to fund your projects with our latest presentation, Introduction to Grant Writing. Have you ever wondered what it takes to…

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Mission

RecoveryPeople is a 501c3 nonprofit that was founded in 2009.

Our mission is to engage, educate and empower peer- and family-led recovery from substance use and related mental health challenges.

 

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About RecoveryPeople

RecoveryPeople is a peer and family led nonprofit based in Texas promoting recovery from substance use issues and related mental health conditions.

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