The Recovery Advocacy Project is focused on educating citizens, voters and organizations on the best practices on advocacy and engagement in the public arena.
A unique opportunity to #MobilizeRecovery is coming to Las Vegas, NV.
WHEN: July 11 – 12, 2019
WHAT: Mobilize Recovery, a project of the Facebook Community Leadership Program and Ryan Hampton, will be hosting two full days of advocacy training, leadership development, and strategic planning to combat addiction.
Recovery Advocacy Day Recap!!
Over 60 advocates from across the state of Nevada showed up to #StandUp4Recovery in Carson City!
This was the first recovery advocacy day recognized at the Nevada Legislature.
Attorney General Aaron Ford spoke about upcoming legislation that supports recovery-oriented
Advocacy vs. Politics
Recovery Advocacy Project (RAP) is a registered 501c4. While your contributions are charitable they are generally not tax deductible.
Contributions for PAC in the form of checks or Money Orders can be sent to:
Recovery Advocacy Project, 4800 Alpine Place, Suite 2, Las Vegas, NV 89107
RAP works closely with Foundation for Recovery. FFR’s mission aligns with ours as they build a Statewide Recovery Network for Nevada. If you prefer a tax deductible donation please see their website for FFR’s GIVING OPTIONS.
Charitable checks or money orders for FFR can be sent to:
Foundation for Recovery, 4800 Alpine Place, Suite 12, Las Vegas, NV 89107
We Are All Connected..
Nearly every person is impacted by the positive nature of recovery. Each of our stories are unique and should be heard. But how do you make your single voice heard? We can help
Don’t care for politics?…
Perfect! The Recovery Advocacy Project is about advocacy not politics. Join us and learn more!