Project Recovery So In

Accidental drug overdose is a leading cause of death among persons under the age of 45.

Our mission is to provide zero-barrier access to harm reduction services such as naloxone, fentanyl test strips, and no-needle clean user supplies. People who use drugs must survive to seek recovery.

Meet People Where They Are

Everyone in our community struggling with substance abuse is at a different place with different needs and different goals. Our goal is to meet them where they are, so we can invest in their safety and well-being.

Respect The Right To Every Person’s Self-Determination

Our friends and family in the community who struggle with drug abuse have agency and self-determination to improve their situation. We aim to empower them.

Love, Compassion, And Kindness

Every person deserves to be treated with dignity. Our goal is to remind our community members that this is true by demonstrating it to them – even when they least expect it.

Breaking Down Barriers

Project Recovery is a grassroots 501(c)(3) containing like-minded community leaders and members who have united to meet people right where they are.

Join with us to End Overdose in our Community.

Recovery starts today.

Local, State, and National Partnerships

Almost 50,000 people die every year from opioid overdose.
Over 10 million people misuse opioids in a year.
Opioids are a factor in at least 7 out of every 10 overdose deaths.