Regional Leader
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Regional Leaders

The Recovery Advocacy Project is looking for applicants to take on a 2 year leadership role as a Regional Lead.

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.


This role is a commitment to the growing recovery advocacy movement, and serves as a way for grassroots voices to be heard through the State Leads to you, the Regional Lead. The Organizing Team at the Recovery Advocacy Project is committed to providing the technical assistance and guidance to serve the needs of recovery advocates located in your region. We are looking for dedicated recovery advocates with communication and managing skills to coordinate with your State Leads to inform the Organizing Team of what each state/region is working on, so that the best technical support can be provided in advocacy efforts within your region.

  • Organize conference calls or video chats with State Leads. (Suggestion – Monthly)
  • Provide the Recovery Advocacy Project Organizing Team with input on what is needed in your assigned region.
  • Be willing to attend trainings specifically for Regional Leads.
  • Manage and provide information to your Regional Facebook Page.
  • Be capable of learning what is happening in your entire region, outside of your own state.
  • Distribute any new materials (online or hard copy) developed by the Organizing Team that will help advocates and communities on the grassroots level.
  • Guide State Leads to any community or legislative solutions.
  • Possess good organizing and communication skills
  • Be solution oriented
  • Have some experience in volunteer or professional management
  • Be ethical as a steward of the recovery advocacy movement
  • Be willing to be trained and remain teachable
  • Be willing to do research on public policies that may assist State Leads with Legislative solutions.
  • Organize conference calls or video chats with State Leads. (Suggestion – Monthly)
  • Provide the Recovery Advocacy Project Organizing Team with input on what is needed in your assigned region.
  • Be willing to attend trainings specifically for Regional Leads.
  • Manage and provide information to your Regional Facebook Page.
  • Be capable of learning what is happening in your entire region, outside of your own state.
  • Distribute any new materials (online or hard copy) developed by the Organizing Team that will help advocates and communities on the grassroots level.
  • Guide State Leads to any community or legislative solutions.
  • Possess good organizing and communication skills
  • Be solution oriented
  • Have some experience in volunteer or professional management
  • Be ethical as a steward of the recovery advocacy movement
  • Be willing to be trained and remain teachable
  • Be willing to do research on public policies that may assist State Leads with Legislative solutions.

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StateRegion
Alabama4
Alaska10
Arizona09
Arkansas06
California09
Colorado08
Connecticut01
Delaware03
Florida04
Georgia04
Hawaii09
Idaho10
Illinois05
Indiana05
Iowa07
Kansas07
Kentucky04
Louisiana06
Maine01
Maryland03
Massachusetts01
Michigan05
Minnesota05
Mississippi04
Missouri07
Montana08
Nebraska07
Nevada09
New Hampshire01
New Jersey02
New Mexico06
New York02
North Carolina04
North Dakota08
Ohio05
Oklahoma06
Oregon10
Pennsylvania03
Rhode Island01
South Carolina04
South Dakota08
Tennessee04
Texas06
Utah08
Vermont01
Virginia03
Washington10
West Virginia03
Wisconsin05
Wyoming08
StateRegion
Alabama4
Alaska10
Arizona09
Arkansas06
California09
Colorado08
Connecticut01
Delaware03
Florida04
Georgia04
Hawaii09
Idaho10
Illinois05
Indiana05
Iowa07
Kansas07
Kentucky04
Louisiana06
Maine01
Maryland03
Massachusetts01
Michigan05
Minnesota05
Mississippi04
Missouri07
Montana08
Nebraska07
Nevada09
New Hampshire01
New Jersey02
New Mexico06
New York02
North Carolina04
North Dakota08
Ohio05
Oklahoma06
Oregon10
Pennsylvania03
Rhode Island01
South Carolina04
South Dakota08
Tennessee04
Texas06
Utah08
Vermont01
Virginia03
Washington10
West Virginia03
Wisconsin05
Wyoming08

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