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Recovery Alliance Initiative offers a space, both in person and virtual, to bring together individuals and organizations from all sectors of the community who are committed to helping people achieve and sustain meaningful recovery. By serving as a virtual hub, our website continues the work begun in Regional and State Summits by providing dynamic tools and a collaborative environment with which to work together to create projects for comprehensive resources, as well as the ability to share both the process and results with all in the recovery community.
Past Summits and Panels:
Recovery Alliance Summit at CORE Conference 2014
Recovery Alliance Summit at CORE Conference 2015
NC CRP Summit 2016
Recovery Alliance Summit at CORE Conference 2016
NC Recovery Alliance Summit – 2016
Vision in Progress Meeting (guest Kevin McCauley) Western Carolina 2016
Vision in Progress Meeting (guest Kevin McCauley) – Triangle, NC 2016
NC Recovery Alliance Summit – 2017
Eastern Carolina Regional Summit – 2017
Triangle West Regional Summit – 2017
Charlotte Area Alliance meeting – 2017
NC CRP Summit – July 2017
2017 Recovery Alliance Panels
ARHE Conference – Washington DC July 2017
NADCP Conference – Washington DC July 2017
ABA CoLAP conference – Kansas City, KS October 2017
NC Recovery Alliance Summit – March 2018
2018 Recovery Alliance Panels
NOAP Conference – New Orleans, LA March 2018
NADCP Conference – Houston, TX May 2018
ARHE Conference – Houston, TX July 2018
Western NC Regional Summit – November 9, 2018
NC Recovery Alliance State Summit – April 2019
7 County Western NC Community Summit- Bryson City, NC – August 2019
NC Eastern & Southern Regional Summit – New Bern, NC – January 30, 2020
NC Recovery Alliance State Summit – Raleigh, NC – April 3, 2020 (Postponed)
NC Recovery Alliance Triad Regional Summit – Fall of 2020
The Recovery Alliance Initiative understands that the issues surrounding SUD are complex and not easily solved. Recognizing the problem as such, we use the Collective Impact model.
John Kania & Mark Kramer first introduced the concept of the collective impact model in the Stanford Social Innovation Review in 2011 (Link below) and identified FIVE KEY ELEMENTS :
All participants have a common agenda for change including a shared understanding of the problem and a joint approach to solving it through agreed upon actions.
Collecting data and measuring results consistently across all the participants ensures shared measurement for alignment and accountability.
A plan of action that outlines and coordinates mutually reinforcing activities for each participant.
Open and continuous communication is needed across the many players to build trust, assure mutual objectives, and create common motivation.
A backbone organisation(s) with staff and specific set of skills to serve the entire initiative and coordinate participating organisations and agencies.