Scholarship Application Join us June 4-7, 2023, for Faces & Voices of Recovery's premier conference events! Faces & Voices of Recovery will be awarding 20 scholarships in 2023 to Harm Reduction Specialists and/or those who are passionate about Harm Reduction and who may not otherwise have the means to attend our event. Scholarships will cover the cost of All-Access event registration. Scholarship awardees will be responsible for travel and lodging costs. The Recovery Leadership Summit unites recovery advocates from across the nation for exciting keynotes, educational breakout sessions and networking opportunities. The America Honors Recovery Awards Gala & Dinner pays homage to recovery trailblazers who have dedicated their lives to removing barriers, improving outcomes and restoring hope to individuals, families and communities affected by substance use disorder. Hill Day provides an opportunity for grassroots advocates to meet with elected officials and their staffers. The Equity Dinner invites you into a guided conversation about the effects of racism in our society, and specifically in the recovery movement. Scholarship Application closes: April 7, 2023 Day Hour Minute Second Submit Your Application Step 1 of 2 50% PurposeFaces & Voices of Recovery is offering 20 scholarships to the 2023 Recovery Leadership Summit to prioritize the inclusion of Harm Reduction Specialists and/or those who are passionate about Harm Reduction and who may not otherwise have the means to attend our event. Confidentiality Disclaimer(Required) I understand.This form includes demographic questions to help Faces & Voices of Recovery meet our goals of pursuing justice, increasing diversity, ensuring equity, & fostering inclusion. Nothing in this application will be shared publicly without your explicit consent. The only people who will see your answers are our internal scholarship review committee, and these answers will not be stored for future use. Please select this box to acknowledge that you understand that this application is completely confidential.Contact InformationName First Last Email PhoneJob Title/Role Organization Scholarship QuestionsTell us about why you are applying for a scholarship. How would receiving a scholarship impact you personally? How would it impact your work?Why do you work (or aspire to work) in the recovery field? Tell us about your guiding "why" or personal philosophy for doing this work.Briefly describe a time when a colleague or community member approached you with a problem they were struggling with. How did you advise or support them?Please tell us your working definition of harm reduction and how/in what way(s) it guides the work you do.How would you improve harm reduction services in your community? What supports would help your organization implement these services?What barriers do you see people experience in seeking/achieving recovery?How would you support a person whose recovery needs or pathway differs from your own experience or expertise?How can we (folks working in recovery spaces) ensure that every person has access to the recovery support they need? Demographic InformationThe demographic questions below help Faces & Voices of Recovery meet our goals of pursuing justice, increasing diversity, ensuring equity, & fostering inclusion. Please answer each question/disclose your demographic information to your personal comfort level. Demographic information will not be taken into consideration in the scholarship selection process. What is your personal relationship to recovery? Person in Recovery Family Member or Friend of a Person in Recovery Recovery Ally Other Please indicate your profession (if more than one applies, please select the item that best captures how you spend most of your time at work): Peer Recovery Support Specialist/ Recovery Coach Program Coordinator Executive Director Outreach Coordinator Clinician/ Treatment Provider Other If you are a person in recovery, which pathway(s) do you follow? (Check all that apply.) 12 Step Program (AA, NA, Al-anon, etc.) SMART Recovery Faith-Based Recovery Support Inpatient or Residential Treatment Outpatient Behavioral Treatment Medication Assisted Recovery Harm Reduction Holistic Healing (Mindfulness, Yoga, etc.) Natural Recovery Aging Out Other Other pathway Gender Self-describe. E.g., cis woman, non-binary, trans man, trans woman, agender, etc.Sexuality Self-describe. E.g., lesbian, heterosexual, bisexual, asexual, etc. Race Self-describe. E.g., Black, Asian, White, Indigenous, bi/multi-racial, etc.Ethnicity Connotes shared religious, cultural, or linguistic identity. Self-describe. E.g., Hispanic, Latino, Jewish, Chinese, etc.Disability Self-describe, if applicable.