We all play a role in a healthy North Dakota.

As a state, it is time we all face the problem of addiction in North Dakota. It is time we support each other with compassion, rather than judgment. It is time we reinvent recovery. You can help.

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Share your story of how addiction and recovery has impacted your life!

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To express interest in volunteering for future Recovery Reinvented events, please fill out the form below and we will get in contact with you.

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Become a peer support specialist

Peer Support Specialists are individuals with similar first- hand, lived experience and demographic identifiers as the individuals they are serving. Peer Support Specialists use their experience to support others in their recovery, serve as a pro-social model, provide information, guidance and advice, establish good rapport, and offer insight to the participant’s care team.
Training may be available through the ND Department of Human Services to counsel peers in recovery.

Become a recovery community organization

RCOs are dedicated recovery advocates working to change perceptions, policies and laws to improve the lives of those in the recovery community. All local, regional and state organizations that are led and governed by the addiction recovery community (people in recovery and their families, friends and allies) are welcome to join.

Community Educator Training

Responding to Addiction” provides communities with the most comprehensive training on addiction that is currently available in the United States. Expert educators translate the key science on substance use disorders into understandable, accessible, and actionable information. Delivered by the Addiction Policy Forum, a nationwide nonprofit organization dedicated to eliminating addiction as a major health problem

The content includes current research, practical skills, and further resources to help individuals and communities improve how they respond to addiction at any and all levels. Specifically, this session will cover; the brain science of addiction, prevention, evidence-based treatment, how to help someone who is struggling, debunking myths, stigma, and overdose awareness.

This training session is:

  • Free
  • Available to anyone that is interested in being an informed advocate!
  • Will be held on a date to be determined in the coming months. The training will be held in North Dakota.

Sign up to be notified when we announce the training date and more information about this program in the form below. In the comments section, please do the following:

  • Why you are interested in the “Responding to Addiction” training
  • Your home town
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