Access to supportive environments and the many pathways to enhance recovery for individuals and communities
Increased opportunities to supportive, safe and accountable housing for those in or entering recovery.
Opportunities for those in recovery, often with criminal records to gain stable, supportive, and meaningful employment.
Increase sober supportive high schools and collegiate recovery programs.
Affordable and equitable access to evidence-based treatment that is person centered.
Access to harm reduction services like standing orders for naloxone training and access to the drug.
Judicial & Law Enforcement
Sustaining programs like “Recovery Courts” law enforcement-assisted diversion, jail and prison based SUD treatment and Peer Recovery Support.