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Planning Partners

The Planning Partners help promote and plan Recovery Month, disseminate materials, and sponsor events across the country.

The Planning Partners are involved in planning National Recovery Month (Recovery Month) activities in conjunction with the SAMHSA Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) and with support from the SAMHSA Center for Mental Health Services.

Currently, the Planning Partners are comprised of more than 300 federal, state, and local government entities, as well as nonprofit organizations and associations affiliated with prevention, treatment, and recovery of mental and/or substance use disorders.

You are encouraged to involve the national organizations and local affiliates or chapters in your state and ask them to collaborate with your organization on Recovery Month planning. You can find local affiliates or chapters by contacting the national organizations directly.

You can also download the Directory of Single State Substance Abuse Agencies – 2016 (PDF | 191 KB), which is a list of state offices that provide local information and guidance about substance use and/or mental disorders.

Additional Planning Partner Resources

The American Indian Community House (AICH) provides health and social services for American Indians in New York City.

39 Eldridge Street, 4th Floor
New York, New York  10002
United States
212-598-0100

The American Mental Health Counselors Association (AMHCA) works exclusively for licensed mental illness counselors by advocating for legislation that expands, enhances, and protects the right to practice; promotes mental illness awareness; and builds the profession of mental illness counseling nationally. AMHCA works to enhance the profession of clinical mental health counseling through licensing, advocacy, education, and professional development.

801 North Fairfax Street, Suite 304
Alexandria, Virginia  22314
United States
800-326-2642
703-548-6002

The American Psychological Association (APA) is the largest scientific and professional organization representing psychologists in the United States. Its membership includes nearly 130,000 researchers, educators, clinicians, consultants, and students.

750 First Street NE
Washington, District of Columbia  20002
United States
800-374-2721
202-336-5500

The American Public Human Services Administration (APHSA) pursues excellence in health and human services by supporting state and local agencies, informing policymakers, and working with our partners to drive innovative, integrated, and efficient solutions in policy and practice.

1133 19th Street NW, Suite 400
Washington, District of Columbia  20036
United States
202-682-0100

The American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) is an association of 3,000 physicians nationwide dedicated to improving the treatment of alcohol and drug dependence, educating physicians and medical students, promoting research and prevention, and enlightening and informing the medical community and the public about these issues.

4601 N. Park Avenue
Arcade Suite 101
Chevy Chase, Maryland  20815
United States
301-547-4112

The Association of Persons Affected by Addiction (APAA) is a nonprofit recovery community organization designed to engage the faces and voices of the recovery community in reducing public misonceptions. It provides peer-to-peer recovery community support services.

3116 Martin Luther King Boulevard
Dallas, Texas  75215
United States
214-634-APAA (2722)

The mission of the Association of Recovery in Higher Education, a nonprofit organization, is to change the trajectory of recovering students' lives by connecting, developing, and sustaining collegiate recovery through collaboration, guidance and expertise. A collegiate recovery program (CRP) is a supportive environment within the campus culture that reinforces the decision to disengage from addictive behavior. It is designed to provide an educational opportunity alongside recovery support to ensure that students do not have to sacrifice one for the other.

315 S 45th Street
#1A
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania  19104
United States
817-614-4302

The Association of Recovery Schools (ARS) advocates for the promotion, strengthening, and expansion of secondary and post-secondary programs designed for students and families committed to achieving success in both education and recovery. ARS exists to support such schools which, as components of the recovery continuum of care, enroll students committed to abstaining from alcohol and other drugs and working a program of recovery.

2500 Magnolia Street
Denver, Colorado  80203
United States
8063193331

Behavioral Health Services (BHS) is a nonprofit organization that has provided a continuum of substance use, mental health, and senior services since 1973. Each of its 11 facilities (located throughout Los Angeles County) is based on its mission of transforming lives by offering hope and opportunities for recovery, wellness, and independence.

1775 Chestnut Avenue
Long Beach, California  90813
United States
562-599-8444

Beit T'Shuvah helps reduce the incidience of alcohol and drug dependence and other harmful behaviors through individual and family education.

8831 Venice Boulevard
Los Angeles, California  90034
United States
310-204-5200

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Last Updated: 01/08/2018