Civic Engagement

At 4D, we believe that the only way to overcome the substance use disorder epidemic is to be active in the community through increased civic engagement opportunities. We envision a future where systems, communities, and individuals work together to ensure all people receive the support needed to find and sustain recovery from substances.

What is civic engagement?

Civic engagement makes a difference to our communities by improving knowledge, skills, and values. This in turn improves the quality of life in our community.

4D’s civic engagement focuses on reducing stigma, increasing recovery-centered funding, and improving the availability of services for people seeking recovery. We achieve this by:

Get involved with 4D’s civic engagement

Our executive director provides leadership development opportunities for young people in recovery through 4D’s civic engagement work.

To find out more about our civic engagement opportunities, get in touch

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