Addiction, whether to drugs, alcohol, tobacco
or involving other substances or actions, is a disease that can be effectively
allowing individuals and those around them to recover their lives.
The Coalition is a broad-based, diverse,
not-for-profit organization that advocates on behalf of people with addictive disorders. Our
mission is to promote recovery through advocacy, public education and service.
Ride and Rally/Picnic
Join us at the 9th Annual Recovery Ride and Rally/Picnic on Sunday September
11th. For more information and registration, go
to our EventBrite page.
Flyers are available for announcing the event. Please post these for us at
local businesses, recovery houses and engagement centers, churches, etc.
Do you struggle with addiction and would like to hear from others who've been where you are?
Are you in early recovery and would like to hear other suggestions and experience that might enhance your recovery?
Are you in long-term recovery but are looking for ways to enhance your recovery?
Are you a trained Recovery Coach and would like to review some material from our recent workshop/training?
Are you interested in becoming a Peer Recovery Coach, but need to better understand what is involved?
Are you a friend or family member of someone in active addiction or in long term recovery who'd like to better understanding addiction and recovery from the perspective of a person in long term recovery?
Are you interested in better understanding addiction and recovery from the perspective of a person in long term recovery?
Check out these video clips... (more will be added)
Our online resource guide for Treatment
and Self-Help continues to get local,
state and national recognition for its breadth and depth of available resources
from around the country. We've included several new links - be sure to check
them out! If you find any additional resources we should include, please let
Shifting our Focus and Vocabulary: Recovery
Our new U.S. Recovery Czar Mike Botticelli recently talked with 60 Minutes
about a shift he's leading to focus more on a "war of recovery" instead
of a "war on drugs." Here is a clip from those interviews:
Recovery Coach Training
IAIC & Project PEERS is developing an infrastructure for peer recovery
support services in Indiana.
Project PEERS will result in:
Development of a state-accepted credential for Peer Recovery Specialist
Training of Peer Recovery Coaches
Development activities for Recovery Community Organizations to increase
their use of Peer Recovery Support Services