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Learn how Advocates for Opioid Recovery is fighting for opioid use disorder survivors and co-survivors.

What we do

The goal of Advocates for Opioid Recovery (AOR) is to support survivors and co-survivors of opioid use disorder (OUD). We aim to break down barriers to science-based, evidence-based treatment and support systems that can reduce death and suffering from opioid addiction and produce more long-term opioid addiction survivors who are positively engaged in their families and communities. 

Our Mission

TREATMENT, NOT TRAGEDY

0 people
are dying waiting for access to opioid addiction treatment, with 80% of people suffering from an opioid addiction not receiving any treatment at all.

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Recognizing and Recovering From Opioid Use Disorder: Keys for Success for Patients and Families
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THE LATEST

Stay up-to-date on news, policy and AOR activities.

  • National Plan to Address Opioid Misuse

AOR Statement of Support for National Plan to Address Opioid Misuse

Advocates for Opioid Recovery supports National Plan to Address Opioid Misuse National Safety Council and other organizations unveil roadmap for presidential candidates Washington, DC – February 25, 2020 – Advocates for Opioid

Advocates for Opioid Recovery to Attend the Second Annual Building Communities of Recovery Conference

Advocates for Opioid Recovery is proud to sponsor and attend the 2ndannual Building Communities of Recovery Conferencepresented by our friends at the Davis Direction Foundation. In less than a week, hundreds of providers, social workers, and community leaders will gather

Opioid overdose deaths are down but the fight is far from over

CDC.gov Opioid overdose deaths are down but the fight is far from over Leandra BernsteinSinclair Broadcast GroupJuly 22, 2019 Read the full article here. Excerpt: In recent years, addiction treatment advocates have worked to change negative preconceptions about

AOR Joins Mental Health for US Coalition

Advocates for Opioid Recovery (AOR) is proud to join the Mental Health for UScoalition as we continue our work to break down barriers to recovery across the country. Mental Health for USis a nonpartisan, educational initiative focused on elevating mental

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