people helping people

these stories highlight the way every day people help change the conversation about recovery from addiction 

recovery allies

A recovery ally has the ability to provide
meaningful nonjudgmental support, empathy and encouragement to people in recovery.

As allies, we use our passion, position and resources to make positive change in our communities.

Chief Bob Mackenzie from Kennebunk Maine knows this is a community issue and it needs a community solution

Allies know that addiction doesn’t discriminate and they don’t want to either – lending a hand, a voice or resources to the recovery community … one action step at a time.

recovery journey - allies

allies are everywhere!

from law enforcement, corrections, rotarians, clergy – we find them and amplify the work they’re doing 

recovery journey - nonprofits

non-profits getting it done!

addiction-related non-profits; they have missions aligned with providing service to the recovery community

recovery journey - employers


employers can raise awareness and build bridges by being active publicly, practicing acceptance and support for people in recovery, and speaking out on their behalf.

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