Together we're organizing a movement.
Who we are.
The Recovery Advocacy Project (RAP) is a network of people and organizations across the country advocating for addiction recovery policies. RAP is committed to giving people in recovery from all pathways, family members, and supporters of recovery the grassroots organizing tools to think and act locally. RAP is working to build a visible and effective constituency in demand of community and public policy based solutions in response to America’s long standing addiction crisis.
Change happens from the ground up. Not from the top down. We’re committed to building communities and constituencies of consequence by empowering people to become advocates for what’s best in their own backyard.
Meet other like-minded community leaders. Learn new tools. Empower others in your community to make a difference. We believe in the power of community to force change.
Action speaks louder than words. Policy and decision makers respond to mobilized communities. The time to stand up for recovery is now.
Join a network of recovery advocates.
The Recovery Advocacy Project (RAP) is committed to giving people in recovery, family members, and supporters of recovery the grassroots organizing tools to think and act locally. RAP is working to build a visible and effective constituency in demand of community and public policy based solutions in response to America’s long-standing addiction crisis.
Our2021Annual Impact Report is now available.
Mobilize Recovery is an annual convening that brings participants together to build capacity for organized civic engagement for people in recovery, family members, and recovery allies.
Mobilize Recovery 2021 was the third annual conference for recovery advocates across the United States. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the national advocacy event was a hybrid event, making it the largest and most accessible training to date. Over 300 advocates attended in person, while nearly 1,000 participants logged in to network, share skills, and cultivate community online. The conference was hosted by the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino and supported by Nevada’s public health department, ensuring that participants would stay healthy and safe.