Around the country, recovery advocates are working to shift attitudes and build support for policies that help people build healthy and successful lives in long-term recovery.
Recovery Community Organizations (RCOs) educate the local community, advocate for effective policies, and provide peer support services for people in recovery.
Whether you are in recovery, you want to support a loved one, or you simply want to make a difference, there are lots of ways to get involved.
Get started by finding an accredited Recovery Community Organization near you.
To learn more, download the RCO toolkit.
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