Did You Know?


50.2 million Americans adults considered themselves to be in recovery from their substance use and/or mental health issues.


7out of10

7 out of 10 adults who ever had a substance use problem considered themselves to be recovering or in recovery.


2 out of 3

2 out of 3 adults who ever had a mental health problem considered themselves to be recovering or in recovery.



Every dollar spent on substance use disorder treatment has a 400% return on investment in health care cost savings.

(Surgeon General’s Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health)


Our Focus

Empowering Mobilizers

We train and support the development of recovery advocates, helping equip them with the skills to make a tangible difference in their communities.

Creating a Nationwide Network

We bring together recovery advocates, nonprofit organizations, allies, business leaders and brands, government partners, and like-minded community-based organizations through community outreach and partnerships.

Saving Lives

We work to curtail the overdose crisis by distributing free life-saving naloxone to communities in need, people who use drugs, and those most vulnerable to an overdose.