“I didn’t know how to get my life back together. That’s what Rosary Hall really gave me. And that’s really why I volunteer here today. We have to have each other’s back.”
Patient in Recovery
Leaders need to lead. Citizens need to speak up.
There is no higher purpose for a community leader or elected official than protecting their community. There is no higher responsibility for a community than to hold their leaders accountable. We need access to proven resources in this fight. We need to stand together. Federal and state money has already been set aside to be distributed to community resources like Rosary Hall.
We need advocates to help secure these funds, which can be found through already existing legislation such as The 21st Century Cures Act.
Your voice matters. Raise your voice, advocate for expanded coverage of treatment. Support social services that help those in recovery get back on track with workforce training and supportive housing. Support research that advances evidence-based addiction treatment. Support legislation such as the STOP (Synthetics Trafficking and Overdose Prevention) Act, that seeks to close the loophole on the trafficking of synthetic opioids such as fentanyl and carfentanil.