What We Believe

Faces & Voices believes that our nation’s response to the crisis of addiction should be based on sound public health science and the grassroots engagement and involvement of the recovery community – people in recovery, their families, friends and allies – organized in identifiable and mobilized networks of recovery community and allied organizations that foster collaboration, advocacy and public education about the reality of addiction recovery.

We envision a day when public and private policies have been implemented at the local, state and federal levels to help individuals and families get the help they need to recover, including access to effective care including treatment, peer and other recovery support services. Policies that discriminate against people in or seeking recovery will have been reversed and removed.

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  • GRAND STRAND RECOVERY MONTH CELEBRATIONPRESENTSRECOVERY AWARENESS COMMUNITY MEETING Events this year include:Memorial Wall Please bring photos (digital or graphic) for inclusion.Candlelight Meditation Music, Food, Fun & Movie Date, Time and...
  • The August Meeting will be held in Conway at the Drug Court/Solicitor's Intervention Office, 1005 2nd Ave. Wednesday, August 3, at 7 PM. Please try to attend to help finalize...
  • Just a reminder: We are still meeting the first Wednesday of each month, but the location has changed to the Start-Up SC office in Litchfield Exchange, 14329 Ocean Hwy. Ste...
  • Tonight is the screening of Dr. McCauley's new movie "Memo to Self: Protecting Sobriety with the Science of Safety". Dinner is available at no charge from 6:00 to 7:00 at...
  • We are honored to once again participate in the lecture series. It is a great line-up, so mark your calendars. Here is the web site for all the info:   http://www.hgtc.edu/about_hgtc/news_center/Lou-Gossett-HGTC-Myrtle-Beach.html    ...

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Guide to Recovery Resources

This guide provides useful local and national recovery resources intended primarily for people seeking or in long-term recovery from addiction to alcohol or other drugs, family members, friends, and loved ones.

Recovery Voices Count

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Advocacy, Anonymity, & Traditions: The Facts

Empowered story tellers are building the new recovery movement in South Carolina.

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