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Recovery Advocacy Project is here to provide voter education, support and advocacy

to those interested in recovery, public policy and good government issues.



Recovery Advocacy Day is a co-sponsored event between Recovery Advocacy Project and Foundation for Recovery.  Reserve your seat to travel to Carson City, NV and meet with legislators, discuss issues and tour the Capitol.  Join us! Be heard!

Day of Event – Friday, March 29, 2019

Bus leaves Las Vegas on March 28th at 1pm returning on March 29th after the event

Cost for transportation, shared hotel room and meals –  $50.00.

Foundation for Recovery is processing all payments for this event.  Use the button below to submit your payment and reserve your seat.

If you would like further information, please contact Monica Chairez at 702-523-5997 or


We have numerous people who want to attend this event but can not afford it.  Please consider making a donation to boost our scholarship fund!  All donations are tax deductible.  Help someone be part of our advocacy day!

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