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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 Employee Assistance Professionals Association (EAPA) is a membership organization offering resources to employee assistance professionals.

4350 North Fairfax Drive, Suite 410
Arlington, Virginia  22203
United States
703-387-1000

The Entertainment Industries Council is a nonprofit organization that works within the film, television, and music industries to promote the accurate depiction of health and social issues in entertainment productions.

12020 Sunrise Valley Dr
#100
Reston, Virginia  20191
United States
703-481-1414 (EIC East Coast)
818-861-7782 (EIC West Coast)

The White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships coordinates 12 federal centers for faith-based and community initiatives. Its goal is to ensure that grassroots leaders can compete on an equal footing for federal dollars, receive greater private support, and face fewer bureaucratic barriers.

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, District of Columbia  20500
United States
202-456-3394

The White House Office of National Drug Control Policy establishes policies, priorities, and objectives for the nation's drug control program, which includes prevention, treatment, and recovery.

750 17th Street NW
Washington, District of Columbia  20503
United States
202-395-6700

Faces & Voices of Recovery is a national recovery advocacy organization that mobilizes people in recovery from alcohol and drug dependence, as well as their families, friends, and allies in campaigns to end discrimination and make recovery a reality for even more Americans.

1010 Vermont Avenue, NW
Suite 618
Washington, District of Columbia  20005
United States
202-737-0690

We are a policy advocacy movement that is taking on issues of discrimination, social justice and service access. 

We are also a public and professional education movement, intent on challenging stigma. We do this by delivering messages of hope to the cultures of addiction within our systems and treatment.

What we hope to show via the walks and Faces & Voices of Recovery UK is

  1. There is viable and varied recovery solutions for alcohol and other drug problems.
  2. We are examples of real people who illustrate the diversity of those recovery solutions.
  3. We can challenge any public attempt to dehumanise, objectify and demonise those with alcohol and other drug problems.
  4. Advocate for variety, availability, and quality of local/regional treatment and recovery support services.
  5. Advocate for barriers to recovery, including the promotion of laws and social policies that reduce alcohol and other drug problems and support recovery for those suffering from alcohol and other drug problems.

Twitter: @FAVORUK
Contact annemarie@facesandvoicesofrecoveryuk.org 

United Kingdom

Faith Partners engages and assists people of faith in the development of caring communities that promote the prevention of alcohol, tobacco and other drug use, and where recovery from alcohol and drug dependence is valued and supported.

3070 North 13th Street
Milwaukee, Wisconsin  202-870-2848
United States
53206

Fellowship Hall is a 90 bed private, not-for-profit alcohol and drug treatment center based on the 12-Step model of recovery. Founded in 1971, Fellowship Hall was the first licensed addiction treatment hospital in North Carolina. We offer inpatient detoxification and rehabilitation, residential treatment, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, family programming, extended treatment, and structured living.

5140 Dunstan Road
Greensboro, North Carolina  27405
United States
336-553-6608

The Foundation for Recovery promotes the positive impact recovery has in the community and in the lives of individuals and families affected by mental and/or substance use disorders. Its programs, services, and partnerships open pathways for recovery by removing social barriers and creating opportunities for those seeking recovery.

4750 West Sahara Avenue
Suite 140
Las Vegas, Nevada  89102
United States
702-257-8199

The Foundations Recovery Network is a treatment and advocacy organization dedicated solely to the treatment and recovery of people with co-occurring mental and substance use disorders. The agency has a full continuum of care, with locations in Memphis and Nashville, Tennessee.

5409 Maryland Way, Suite 320
Brentwood, Tennessee  37027
United States
877-345-3357
615-345-3200

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Last Updated: 01/08/2018