Our Accreditees

  • Association of Persons Affected by Addiction

    Organized by people from the Dallas, TX, recovery community, the Association of Persons Affected by Addiction (APAA) is leading a Recovery Community Support Organization that encourages and supports personal recovery by offering peer-to-peer assistance that helps to support recovery, reduce relapse, and promote high-level wellness in individuals, their families and the community.

  • Stairway to Recovery Center

    A program of the Gandara Mental Health Center, the Stairway to Recovery Center provides services to individuals in all phases of recovery from alcohol and/or drug abuse, including those who have not yet engaged in recovery, individuals who have relapsed, individuals in Methadone programs, and individuals in recovery. The Center also includes activities that engage family members. The Recovery Center serves the larger communities from which the members come including the Latino, African American, Haitian, Cape Verdean, Portuguese, and Brazilian communities.

  • McShin Foundation

    Founded in 2004, the McShin Foundation is Virginia's leading non-profit, full-service Recovery Community Organization (RCO), committed to serving individuals and families in their fight against Substance Use Disorders (SUDs). While providing the tools for recovering individuals to create positive lifestyles, we aim to spread the word of recovery and educate families, communities, and government regarding SUDs as well as reduce the stigma attached to them. 

  • PRO-ACT

    A program of The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, PRO-ACT is dedicated to educating its constituency and mobilizing its members to advocate for the recovery community.  The initiative is working to reduce the stigma of addiction, ensure the availability of adequate treatment options and influence public opinion and policy regarding the value of recovery. PRO-ACT believes that long-term recovery from addiction is possible and that individual and families should have access to a wide spectrum of services and support that enhance the potential for all to achieve.

  • Minnesota Recovery Connection

    The Minnesota Recovery Connection’s mission is to strengthen the recovery community through peer-to-peer support, public education, and advocacy. MRC offers a wide range of peer support, including recovery coaching, telephone support, and wellness and recovery events.

  • Center for Recovery and Wellness Resources

    The Center for Recovery and Wellness Resources’ (CRWR) mission is to help people become more skilled and resilient on coaching those on the path of recovery and re-entry back into society, and to provide recovery support services which will promote and assist individuals into long term recovery from their addiction.

  • Hope for New Hampshire

    HOPE for NH Recovery’s mission is to get drug and alcohol addiction sufferers well.  We are dedicated to saving lives and reducing the tremendous social, human and economic costs of this chronic disease.  At our core, we are a wellness provider, offering free long-term peer support to help individuals and families manage the chronic disease of addiction.  We promote the recovery center concept that mobilizes individuals and resources – both within and outside of the recovery community.

  • Oklahoma Citizen Advocates for Recovery & Transformation Association

    OCARTA envisions a world where all voices of the recovery community are included in shaping the social agenda concerning addiction and recovery; where addiction is recognized as treatable disease, free of stigma; where the response to addiction is treatment rather than being criminalized or morally judged; where universal access to comprehensive recovery is available without regard to race, gender, or income.

    PURPOSE

    Change the cultural perception and attitudes that underlie unproductive policies and practices directed toward addicted and recovering people

  • FAVOR Greenville

    FAVOR is dedicated to organizing the recovery community to put a “face and voice” on recovery and provide intervention and recovery support services to those seeking recovery.  FAVOR Greenville was incorporated in SC in 2004, and is a part of a national recovery advocacy movement whose vision is to provide people affected by substance use disorders with access to the support they need to achieve and maintain long-term recovery.