NATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR MEDICATED ASSISTED RECOVERY

NAMA Recovery

The National Alliance for Medication Assisted Recovery (NAMA Recovery) is an organization comprised of and led by individuals living in medication assisted recovery from opioid use disorder, health care professionals, and family of individuals with opioid use disorder that are supporters of quality, comprehensive treatment that includes medications for opioid use disorder (MOUD).

NAMA Recovery has thousands of members worldwide with a network of international affiliated organizations and chapters in many places in the United States.

Make a Donation

Support NAMA Recovery with a tax-deductible charitable donation! Whether it’s $5 or $5,000, support of any size helps further the cause of MOUD patient advocacy!

DONATE NOW!

READ THE LATEST NEWS from NAMA RECOVERY

News & Updates

Congratulations to Sara Gefvert, the 2022 Lane/Holden Award Winner!

The 2022 Richard Lane/Robert Holden Patient Advocacy Award was presented at an Awards Reception held in conjunction with the 2022 Conference of the American Association for the Treatment of Opioid[…]

Read more

Registration for the 2022 CMA Training Course is now open!

The 2022 Certified MAT Advocacy (CMA) training course will be held on October 20, 2022, in Baltimore!

Read more

Nominations Open for the 2022 Richard Lane/Robert Holden Advocacy Award!

Richard Lane was a long-term heroin user who, upon release from prison in 1967, was instrumental in establishing one of the Nation’s first opioid treatment programs. In 1974, he became[…]

Read more