Make Recovery Voices Count!
The Recovery Voices Count campaign is part of Faces & Voices ongoing work to build a powerful recovery advocacy movement by supporting nonpartisan civic engagement in local, state, and national elections.
The goal is simple: to support recovery community organizations and their communities in developing and sustaining a constituency of consequence - an organized voice of people in recovery who are educated on key issues, vote on Election Day and hold elected officials accountable long after the polls close.
Our work is nonpartisan, meaning not associated with any one particular political party. Recovery Voices Count is designed to be woven into existing events and activities that recovery community organizations are already working on and to strengthen their sustainability and opportunities for success.
Click here to download the Recovery Voices Count Toolkit.
Minnesota Recovery Connection registers voters.
Louisville's People Advocating Recovery registers voters