Our Recovery Interest Group consists of members from some of the largest recovery related organizations in the nation. The committee assists ORN by providing guidance and insight to what is happening in the field of recovery. They strive to grow the number of recovery related technical system requests and support their success. Members include:
The ATTC Network is a multidisciplinary resource for professionals in the addictions treatment and recovery services field. The vision of the ATTC Network is to unify science, education, and service to transform lives through evidence-based and promising treatment and recovery practices in a recovery-oriented system of care.
C4 Innovations advances equitable access to recovery, wellness, and housing stability for people who are systematically marginalized. C4 collaborates to identify service gaps, redesign systems, and implement programs and practices. Its work leads with racial equity and is person-centered, trauma-informed, and recovery-oriented with a deep commitment to promoting social justice and reducing disparities.
Faces and Voices of Recovery
Faces & Voices of Recovery is dedicated to organizing and mobilizing the over 23 million American in recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs. Its mission is to change the way addiction and recovery are understood and embraced through advocacy, education and leadership.
Recovery Research Institute
The Recovery Research Institute is a leading nonprofit research institute of Massachusetts General Hospital, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School, dedicated to the advancement of addiction treatment and recovery. Its mission is to enhance the public health impact of addiction recovery science through the summary, synthesis, and dissemination of scientific findings and the conduct of novel research.
National Council for Mental Wellbeing
The National Council for Mental Wellbeing is a membership organization that drives policy and social change on behalf of over 3,100 mental health and substance use treatment organizations and the more than 10 million people they serve. The Council fight for a stronger, better-funded, more integrated approach to mental health and substance use care by advocating for life-saving legislation, strengthening the substance use and mental health safety-net system, investing in provider capacity and increasing mental health literacy.
Peer Recovery Center of Excellence
The Peer Recovery Center of Excellence provides training and technical assistance to build and elevate an equitable peer workforce to deliver peer recovery support services. This is accomplished through supporting peer integration, recovery community organization capacity building, peer workforce development, evidence-based practice dissemination, and promotion of diversity, equity, and inclusion.