Over 23 million adults are in recovery from alcohol and drug addictions with another 22 million who need to be in recovery. The issues surrounding addiction are as complex as the disease itself; however, this disease can be successfully treated through recovery.
To be the political voice for addicts, their families, and all lives touched by the disease of addiction.
The Addiction Recovery Political Action Committee (ARPAC) was started in early 2017 to be a voice for the nearly 23 million Americans currently in recovery, with an additional 22 million seeking recovery resources.
Our team is comprised of recovery advocates, politicians, and other change agents that have the drive and resources to make a positive impact on this dire issue.
To build a grassroots network for addicts their families their advocates and others touched by this disease. Develop baseline polling information on America's opinion of and knowledge of addiction related issues. Develop effective funding strategies to support recovery and peer-to-peer organizations.
Meet the Addiction Recovery Political Action Committee Board of Directors
CEO of The McShin Foundation, Virginia’s leading Peer to Peer Recovery Community Organization.
Vice President, BB&T Investments
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