What do we stand for?
Improving Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Recovery outcomes to save lives.
Immediate Peer Operated and Managed SUD Recovery Services for all Virginians.
Identifying and Sharing Peer Recovery Service Access Gaps and Best Practices to Improve Virginia's SUD Recovery outcomes and community quality through transparent, equitable, unified, inclusive, responsive, non-partisan, supportive, sustainable, disciplined and fundamentally focused
non-bureaucratic grassroots advocacy efforts.
A lifelong individual process of ongoing growth and discovery through shared experience.
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Now is the time for real and meaningful action - let’s start living in the solution and stop with the insanity. Listen, follow and support successful recovery leaders - the families and loved ones saved may be your own!
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Dr. Mark Fuller, the Medical Director of Addiction Medicine at the Center of Inclusion Health, part of the Allegheny Health Network in Pittsburg, PA, recently stated, “Some folks say that the opposite of addiction is connection - connecting with a therapist, or other friends in recovery, or your 12-step meeting. Those connections are a really powerful part of recovery and really a key step in helping people stay clean and sober.”
The chart to the left displays Virginia's Emergency Medical Services monthly overdose response incidents. Data provided by Virginia Department of Health (VDH) Office of Emergency Medical Services (OEMS).
The pyramid to the right displays fundamental components leading to successful sustained SUD Recovery. Housing is the keystone of this pyramid's foundation. Evidence shows length of engagement strongly correlates with an individual's Recovery success.