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Home of New Vision (Washtenaw Recovery Advocacy Project)

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The Recovery Advocate (Newsletter)
Come help out with our newsletter and be a voice for recovery!

Volunteers for the Washtenaw Recovery Advocacy Project (WRAP) founded The Recovery Advocate, our newsletter in 2017. We put out to editions each year and would like to increase that number, but need volunteers who are well-versed in writing and / or Adobe Illustrator to help us make that happen!

Our publication is distributed through four counties (Washtenaw, Livingston, Monroe, and Lenawee) with 4,000 copies produced each time. This would be a great opportunity for those looking to develop their writing credentials and / or graphic design skills.

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About Home of New Vision (Washtenaw Recovery Advocacy Project)


3115 Professional Dr., Ann Arbor, MI 48104, US

Mission Statement

Washtenaw Recovery Advocacy Project (WRAP) is a Recovery Community Organization (RCO) and our representation consists of people in recovery, family and friends of recovering persons, and other allies of recovery. Our mission is to advocate for those affected by substance use disorder to policy makers at all levels of government, open doors and break down barriers to recovery by promoting multiple pathways, reduce the stigma associated with addiction through the engagement and education of our communities about the truth behind substance use disorder, in turn changing the face of addiction to one of recovery.


The Washtenaw Recovery Advocacy Project (WRAP) advocates for those with substance use disorders on local, state, and federal levels. We plan many fun and engaging community education and stigma reduction events each year, in an effort to help build recovery-friendly communities. One such example is our annual softball game between people in recovery and deputies from the Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office (WCSO). We also have a newsletter, The Recovery Advocate, that we put out twice each year. There are many different volunteer opportunities within WRAP, from event planning to outreach.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Education & Literacy


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This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Reading Comprehension
  • Reading / Writing
  • Verbal / Written Communication
  • Critical Thinking
  • Community Outreach
  • Advocacy




  • A few hours per newsletter edition

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