Indiana Addiction Issues Coalition
Advocacy. Education. Recovery Forward.
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For Anyone Contemplating or in Recovery.
Gatherings Provided Monday – Friday
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Indiana Addictions Issues Coalition
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.
IAIC Director Brandon George and Nic Terry from IU School of Law wrote this article “Protecting the Vulnerable Substance Use Disorder Population During COVID-19 for Harvard Law Blog: Bill of Health. Please read and share with your communities.
Indiana Addiction Issues Coalition Supports Multiple Pathways to Recovery
Each person is unique and has individual characteristics, we need the same diversity when it comes to recovery. There is no “one size fits all” approach that works when treating substance use disorder. While we widely acknowledge that a “cookie cutter” approach is not effective, we have done little in the way of providing resources for those looking at different pathways. Facing Addiction with NCADD has provided us with a new tool that highlights and outlines the many pathways to recovery. This includes personal testimony from individuals who have found recovery through a variety of pathways. You can download the guide by clicking the image to the left or click here.