The Family Empowerment Network offers support, education, and training for families of children with fetal alcohol syndrome or fetal alcohol effects, as well as interested professionals. The group creates a network of families that support one another and hosts annual family retreats.
Fathers Against Drunk Driving’s mission is to reduce alcohol-related deaths. FADD has more than 7,000 members nationwide, in addition to members in Canada and Mexico.
Faces & Voices of Recovery is dedicated to organizing and mobilizing the more than 23 million Americans in recovery from substance use disorders, our families, friends, and allies into recovery community organizations and networks. The organization promotes the right and resources to recover through advocacy, education, and demonstrating the power and proof of long-term recovery.
The mission of FAVOR Greenville is to promote long-term recovery from substance use disorders through education, advocacy, and recovery support services, resulting in healthier individuals, families, and communities.
FAVOR Midlands promotes long-term recovery from substance use disorders through education, advocacy, and recovery support services resulting in healthier individuals, families, and communities.
The mission of FAVOR Mississippi is to advocate and provide a self-place (Recovery Community Center) for individuals with substance use disorders, mental illnesses, and veterans to recover in the community.
The Federation of State Physician Health Programs focuses on rehabilitation and monitoring of physicians with psychoactive substance use disorders as well as mental and physical illnesses.
The Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Family Resource Institute is a grassroots coalition of families and professionals concerned with fetal alcohol syndrome effects. The group offers educational programs, brochures, information packets, group meetings, phone support, conferences, and referrals.
Floridians for Recovery is an alliance that supports long-term recovery and celebrates the recovery movement. It seeks to inform the public about the many misconceptions surrounding the diseases of alcoholism and chemical dependency.
The Foundation for Recovery promotes the positive impact recovery has in the community and in the lives of individuals and families affected by mental and/or substance use disorders. Its programs, services, and partnerships open pathways for recovery by removing social barriers and creating opportunities for those seeking recovery.