Recovery Support Service Providers
Search the recovery organizations directory. Peer- and/or family-led recovery organizations often provide nonclinical recovery support services in one-on-one, group or outreach settings. Many facilitate and support community organizing, training, awareness or celebratory recovery events and activities. Some focus on advocate for recovery supportive policies and programming.
Directory coming soon!
Texas is home to a growing number of recovery high schools and collegiate recovery programs and centers.
Recovery Networks and Coalitions
In 2015, RecoveryPeople launched a network weaving campaign to encourage collaboration across the numerous recovery community- and state-led networks and associations. Learn more...
Peer Recovery Coaches
Peer Recovery Coaches are person in recovery who have been trained to provide nonclinical recovery support. They work and/or volunteer in a wide range of settings from street outreach to emergency rooms to clinical settings to drug courts and especially in recovery service provider settings: recovery centers, homes, schools... Recovery Coach directory coming soon!
Family Recovery Coaches
Families are deeply impacted by the addiction of a loved one, and they can greatly benefit from family-to-family support. Through the support of a SAMHSA grant, RecoveryPeople will be developing a Family Recovery Coach curriculum in 2018. Learn more...