We are part of the global Recovery Advocacy Movement  that calls for making recovery visible to inspire hope and personal recovery coaching available to provide a reasonable chance for permanent recovery for all affected by a substance use disorder (SUD).

We are about  bringing recovery to the streets where healing is needed.

We are about providing support during treatment to help people complete it.

We are about providing long-term support after treatment so people and their families can rebound fully and attain permanent recovery.  

We are a recovery community organization and CCAR Recovery Coach Academy that intends to provide recovery coaching services free of charge to all families in South Jersey and we begin training our first academy on March 4, 2019.


Advocacy Movement Leader Bill White Explains The System Failure That Helped Spark the Use of Recovery Coaches to Help Early Recovery Become Permanent Recovery.


Morning Roundup: May 15, 2019

Marijuana Legalization Hits a Wall: First in New Jersey, Then in New York [NY Times]Legalization efforts in New Jersey and New York, while promising at first, have effectively been shelved until next year. "People are talking about it less. There is no sense of urgency."Shibuya Looks to End Vandalism on Halloween by Banning Drinking [Asahi Shimbun]A rise in vandalism during Halloween is becoming a problem in the popular Shibuya Ward in Tokyo. As a result, revelers in the area may be prohibited from drinking alcohol during this year's festivities.Greek Coca-Cola Heir Caught on St. Kitts with $1.3M in Marijuana [National Herald]Fifty-year-old billionaire and Coca-Cola heir Alki David was found with $1.3 million worth of cannabis on board his private jet in the Caribbean. He claimed that it was "all hemp" related to a business venture.Perspective: Finding Emotional Support When Your Sibling Has an Addiction [WHYY]A young woman's experience with Alateen, a support group for people like her. "Natalie" had a hard time witnessing her sister live with a drug use disorder. "It's a safe place to talk about anything, so it's nice to have that."NYC Employment Marijuana Testing Ban Enacted Without Mayor's Signature [Marijuana Moment]Most NYC employers are now prohibited from requiring a marijuana test from job applicants. Despite having the support of Mayor Bill de Blasio, the bill became a law without his signature.Maine's Faith Communities Grapple with Responding to Opioid Epidemic [Bangor Daily News]The Second Annual Healing Service, an interfaith service designed to educate and raise awareness about substance use disorder, will be held in Bangor this Thursday. Naloxone training and a memorial of those lost to drugs will be a part of the special service.The Wild Story of 'Rock Doc' Jeff Young, a Reality TV Wannabe Accused in Pills-for-Sex Scheme [Daily Beast]The self-proclaimed "Rock Doc" is accused of using "his power to prescribe controlled substances to promote his television pilot and podcast, and to have sex with women, including women who were his patients." Two Grieving Mothers Compel Doctor to Host Opioids Overdose, Suicide Prevention Event [Chicago Tribune]This Friday, the first Child Suicide and Opioid Crisis Prevention Fair will take place in Merrillville, Indiana. "We hope families take advantage of this first-of-its-kind event. Their children need what we have to offer."
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