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Planning Partners

The Planning Partners help promote and plan Recovery Month, disseminate materials, and sponsor events across the country.

The Planning Partners are involved in planning National Recovery Month (Recovery Month) activities in conjunction with the SAMHSA Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) and with support from the SAMHSA Center for Mental Health Services.

Currently, the Planning Partners are comprised of more than 300 federal, state, and local government entities, as well as nonprofit organizations and associations affiliated with prevention, treatment, and recovery of mental and/or substance use disorders.

You are encouraged to involve the national organizations and local affiliates or chapters in your state and ask them to collaborate with your organization on Recovery Month planning. You can find local affiliates or chapters by contacting the national organizations directly.

You can also download the Directory of Single State Substance Abuse Agencies – 2016 (PDF | 191 KB), which is a list of state offices that provide local information and guidance about substance use and/or mental disorders.

Additional Planning Partner Resources

Lions Club International empowers volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace, and promote international understanding through Lions Clubs.

10077 Jacksontown Road SE
Suite 204
Thornville, Ohio  43076
United States
740-323-1050

The Loas Angeles County Teen Challenge and Urban Ministries Initiative provides youth, adults, and children with an effective and comprehensive faith-based solution to drug and alcohol dependency as well as other life-controlling issues.

5445 Chicago Avenue
Riverside, California  92507
United States
951-682-8990

The Massachusetts Organization for Addiction Recovery (MOAR) is a collective voice of people in recovery, families, and friends who are helping each other educate the public about the value of living in recovery and the resources to support recovery.

29 Winter Street, Second Floor
Boston, Massachusetts  02108
United States
617-423-6627

Mental Health America (MHA) is the country's oldest and largest nonprofit organization that addresses all aspects of mental health and mental illness. With nearly 300 affiliates nationwide, MHA works to improve the mental health of all Americans through advocacy, education, research, and service.

500 Montgomery Street, Suite 820
Alexandria, Virginia  22314
United States
800-969-6642
703-684-7722

The Mental Health Association of San Francisco advances the mental health of people of San Francisco and leads the global community in advocacy, education, and research. The organization supports and promotes recovery and wellness while challenging the discrimination associated with mental health conditions.

870 Market Street, Suite 928
San Francisco, California  94102
United States
415-421-2926

The Minnesota Recovery Connection's mission is to strengthen the recovery community through peer-to-peer support, public education, and advocacy. MRC envisions a world where recovery from dependence on alcohol and other drugs is understood, promoted, and embraced, and where all who seek it have access to the support, care, and resources they need to achieve long-term recovery. This organization assists people seeking treatment, transportation, housing, job training, education, and health services in their pathway to recovery.

822 S. 3rd Street, Suite 101
Minneapolis, Minnesota  55415
United States
651-233-2080

MusiCares provides a safety net of critical assistance for people in times of need. Its services and resources cover a wide range of financial, medical, and personal topics. It also focuses the resources and attention of the music industry on human service issues that directly impact the health and welfare of the music community.

11 West 42nd Street, 27th Floor
New York, New York  10036-8002
United States
310-392-3777 (West Region)
212-245-7840 (East Region)
615-327-0050 (South Region)

NAADAC is a national nonprofit membership organization that represents the professional interests of more than 85,000 addiction counselors, educators and other addiction-focused health care professionals in the United States, Canada and abroad. NAADAC’s members are addiction counselors, educators and other addiction-focused health care professionals; who specialize in addiction prevention, treatment, recovery support and education. It works to empower addiction professionals to achieve excellence through education, advocacy, national credentialing, standards of practice, ethics, workforce development, and professional development.

44 Canal Center Plaza, Suite 301
Alexandria, Virginia  22314
United States
800-548-0497

NALGAP, a membership organization founded in 1979, is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of alcohol dependence, substance misuse, and other dependencies in lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities.

Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies
607 Allison Road, Room 209A
Piscataway, New Jersey  08854-8001
United States
973-972-9537

Nar-Anon/Narateen is a nonprofit organization that provides support groups for families and friends of people with drug or alcohol dependencies.

22527 Crenshaw Boulevard
Suite 200B
Torrance, California  90505
United States
310-534-8188

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Last Updated: 01/08/2018