Nevada Recovery Advocacy Project

Building Recovery Advocacy in

NEVADA

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About Nevada Recovery Advocacy Project

The Nevada Recovery Advocacy Project (NV-RAP) is a robust network of people and organizations across our state advocating for addiction recovery policies and political platforms. Nevada RAP is committed to giving people in recovery, family members, and supporters of recovery the grassroots organizing tools so together we can advance recovery in our communities. Nevada RAP is working to build a visible and effective constituency in demand of community and public policy based solutions in response to Nevada’s long-standing addiction crisis.

2020 - 2021

Platform

The Nevada RAP leaders and organizers surveyed the recovery community, voters, and stakeholders to chart the course of our 2020 grassroots work in Nevada. Our platform centers around recovery choice. We stand with candidates and policymakers who support and champion recovery choices for all Nevadans. Supporting RECOVERY CHOICE strengthens our communities economically, emotionally, and physically.

2020 - 2021

Platform

The Nevada RAP leaders and organizers surveyed the recovery community, voters, and stakeholders to chart the course of our 2020 grassroots work in Nevada. Our platform centers around recovery choice. We stand with candidates and policymakers who support and champion recovery choices for all Nevadans. Supporting RECOVERY CHOICE strengthens our communities economically, emotionally, and physically.

  • Recovery Choice is Reducing stigma of addiction and mental health.
  • Humanizing addiction and mental health with person-centered language.
  • Support educating the public that recovery is a valuable asset to the community.
  • Recovery Choice is advancing justice.
  • Support recovery-oriented options for “problem-solving” specialty courts.
  • Ensuring civil rights protections for those with addiction and mental health.
  • Recovery Choice is supporting and embracing all pathways of recovery.
  • Recognizing clinical and non-clinical recovery options.
  • Informing government to support the value of recovery in public programs.
  • Elevate the profiles of those with lived experience and the benefits of peer support.
  • Recovery Choice is protecting consumers.
  • Fair and equitable access to housing, employment, and services.
  • Safeguarding the rights of people with addictions and mental health challenges.

To make meaningful local changes, it takes many organizations and passionate people working together. It takes people like you! Discover how you can get involved, volunteer, and take immediate action today in the Action Center.

Learn and Connect with a Statewide Network

Volunteers, advocates, organizations, and supporters are working together to advance recovery-oriented systems of care across Nevada. Connect with Nevada Recovery Advocacy Project, sign up for trainings, and attend an event in your area.

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Ana Maria

Field Director

Have a question? Interested in volunteering or attending a training? Send us an email and our field director will get in touch with you.