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Announcement of the Director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy as a guest speaker at the Faces & Voices of Recovery’s Recovery Leadership Summit

Faces and Voices of Recovery Leadership Summit

“Faces & Voices is honored to call Dr. Gupta an ally, advocate and friend of the recovery movement. When leaders speak up to end stigma and fight for change, it benefits all communities, families and individuals,” said Phil Rutherford, COO of Faces & Voices of Recovery.

Faces & Voices of Recovery is pleased to announce Dr. Rahul Gupta as a guest speaker at the annual Recovery Leadership Summit, held this year in St. Paul, MN, October 2-5.

Rahul Gupta, MD, MPH, MBA, FACP, is the first medical doctor to serve as Director of National Drug Control Policy and to head the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), a component of the office executive of the president.

Dr. Gupta is a national and global thought leader and driver of innovative public policy who practices what he preaches. He is a buprenorphine-exempt practitioner, providing drug treatment for people with opioid use disorder.

“Faces & Voices is honored to call Dr. Gupta an ally, advocate and friend of the recovery movement. When leaders speak up to end stigma and fight for change, it benefits all communities, families and individuals,” said Phil Rutherford, COO of Faces & Voices of Recovery.

The 2022 Recovery Leadership Summit will be held at the RiverCentre from October 2-5. This annual conference of recovery leaders and advocates is organized by Faces & Voices of Recovery, the leading national recovery advocacy organization since 2001.

Donations to support Faces & Voices and the recovery community can be made online at https://facesandvoicesofrecovery.org/get-involved/donate/online-giving/. Charitable contributions support Faces & Voices of Recovery’s efforts to eliminate the stigma of substance use disorders and make recovery possible for even more people.

Faces & Voices of Recovery is dedicated to organizing and engaging more than 23 million Americans in recovery from alcohol and other drug addiction. With the support of families, friends and allies, community recovery organizations and networks are able to promote the right and resources to recover through advocacy, education and demonstration of power and evidence of long-term recovery. For more information, visit http://www.facesandvoicesofrecovery.org.

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Faces and Voices of Recovery

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