Are our peer coaching clients improving their quality of life across multiple dimensions? Our RCI aims to track and measure just that. See what we're learning in this evaluation brief.
Learn more about our pilot affiliate's outcomes and programs. The 2016 annual report for Face It TOGETHER Sioux Falls shows how our peer recovery coaching is improving addiction wellness, strengthening quality of life and helping our clients stay healthy.
Face It TOGETHER conducted a baseline community awareness and attitudes survey for the entire state of North Dakota in 2016. Overall, results show that addiction is a concern in communities and a number of barriers were identified to seeking help. The survey results will help inform an initiative to develop a statewide plan to address the addiction crisis in North Dakota.
New digital health platforms like Face It TOGETHER's AXISTM allow addiction care to be delivered to more people who need it, in a way that works for them, over longer periods of time, promising to transform the landscape of how addiction and other chronic illnesses are managed going forward.
Raven Industries has been committed to solving great challenges for more than 60 years. In their six year partnership with Face It TOGETHER, they joined forces to build a culture of addiction wellness in the workplace to help get employees and their family members well.
Communities across the United States are organizing grassroots efforts to expand addiction recovery support resources. Many of these efforts have been launched by new recovery advocacy and support organizations, while others are flowing from larger community coalitions. One of the most distinctive emerging models is that of Face It TOGETHER, launched in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. -- William White
A new community survey shows that three out of four respondents in the Sioux Falls area have a family member or friend impacted by drug or alcohol addiction.The survey was conducted by Face It TOGETHER Sioux Falls to examine attitudes and awareness around addiction. The online survey included respondents from the four-county Metropolitan Statistical Area.
The survey is a follow up to one first conducted in the community in 2011. Overall, results show that addiction remains a top concern but that there have been positive changes in the community around stigma and awareness of addiction support resources.
What we need are new ideas. We need to reject the status quo. We need to quit listening to those who have been entrusted with these matters for decades. We need a relentless commitment to a bold vision of a nation that has solved addiction. We need innovation, entrepreneurship and risk taking. We need pragmatic, sustainable and demonstrable solutions. We're not going to get these things from the public sector, tired institutions or well intentioned but ill-informed politicians. That's where we come in.