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.

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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[…]

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DOJ publishes guidance on Opioid Use Disorder and the Americans with Disabilities Act

“The opioid crisis poses an extraordinary challenge to communities throughout our country. The Department of Justice (the Department) has responded with a comprehensive approach prioritizing prevention, enforcement, and treatment. This[…]

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Justice Department Finds that Indiana State Nursing Board Discriminates Against People with Opioid Use Disorder

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, March 25, 2022 INDIANAPOLIS – Today, the Justice Department found that the Indiana State Board of Nursing (Nursing Board) violated the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)[…]

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