As addiction treatment providers, individuals in recovery, and voters, we believe the most important discussion in this election ought to be about addressing our nation’s response and approach to substance use challenges. Twenty-two million Americans now struggle with addiction, another twenty-three million are living in recovery, and each year, we lose 135,000 lives. The Center for Disease Control has declared opiate addiction an epidemic.
The Recovery Voices Count, a non-partisan civic engagement campaign to rally people in recovery to register to vote. Provide education to recovery community on candidates and issues of importance to the recovery community.