Advocate for Recovery

Consumer access, choice and protections.

Access to support and service means that recovery becomes an expectation and not just a possibility. People need options as well as the guidance to make informed choices, because one-size does not fit all and recovery is a person-driven and lifelong process. Moreover, individuals and affected family members seeking recovery have the right to consumer protections and services that are safe and free from stigma and shame.

Advocates engaged
Event participants
Coaliton partners
Advocacy resources

Policy

Priorities

Policy priorities

Texas

State policy and legislation

US

Federal policy and legislation

Resources

Toolkits and materials

Events

ABCs of Advocacy

Pre-session training

Capitol Day

Coordinated legislative visits

Rallies

Recovery month celebrations

Film Screenings

Tipping the Pain Scale

Recovery Votes

Statistically, 1 in 10 Texans (2.8+ million) identify as being in recovery and 1 in 3 households in Texas (2.4+ million) are impacted by substance use issues. Together our voices can shaping fund, policy, and program development, but too often, we are not sure how to register to vote, how to find out who represents us or how to push forward our policy priorities.