Annual Impact Report
Each year, RecoveryPeople publishes a report that highlights how we have promoted recovery from substance use and related mental health challenges.
Who are we?
RecoveryPeople is a statewide recovery community organization, meaning we are a 501(c)3 nonprofit that serves the Texas recovery community and are led and governed by individuals and affected family members in recovery.
The recovery community includes individuals and affected family members, recovery workers, and recovery service organizations.
How did we make an impact in 2022?
Because lived experience is the foundation of recovery-supportive ecosystems, RecoveryPeople and its subsidiarity, the Texas Recovery Oriented Housing Network (TROHN), engages and empowers the recovery community through advocacy, education, technical assistance, accreditation, and research. Click on the buttons below to learn more.
How sustainable and healthy are we?
RecoveryPeople evaluates its sustainability in terms of financial health, network capacity and equity, and satisfaction.
How can you support?
Make a tax-deductible donation. RecoveryPeople relies on contributions from donors like you because our government funders have policy restrictions that prevent us from covering all associated costs and from serving everyone who needs help. In other words, your donation will be an impact multiplier.