National Sea Change Coalition

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Building Capacity for Health Advocacy


Sea Change Recovery Community Organization





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The first installment of a three year grant to support the scaling and growth of the National Sea Change Coalition – to foster community organizing to improve people’s access to evidence-based treatment of substance use disorder, end stigma and discrimination associated with SUD, and promote community-driven harm-reduction strategies.

More from National Sea Change Coalition

Below are a few blog posts featuring the work of the National Sea Change Coalition.

A New Model for a More Equitable and Compassionate Recovery Ecosystem

Original publication date: September 2023 This month, we are honored to feature Elizabeth Burke Beaty, Founder and CEO of the Sea Change Recovery Community Organization in New Jersey, and Founder of the National Sea Change Coalition, a nonprofit organization building power across the United States by joining together two vital forces: boots-on-the-ground harm reduction service providers and community organizers.  In…

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Coalition Building to Save Lives: Solutions to the Addiction and Opioid Epidemic

In this webinar, Elizabeth Burke Beaty, Executive Director of Sea Change Recovery Community Organization (RCO), shares about their current work at the state level in New Jersey, and The National Sea Change Coalition’s scale up efforts in base-building, partnership alignment, leadership education and organized action. Coalition Building to Save Lives: Solutions to the Addiction and…

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A Whole New Model for Recovery, Advocacy and Organizing

In August 2022, the Rx Foundation made a $50,000 grant to Sea Change Recovery Community Organization (RCO), a nonprofit organization on a mission “to #CrushTheStigma of Substance Use Disorder (SUD) and what it means to be in recovery”; and, perhaps most importantly, the organization is uniquely by peers and for peers. The one-year Rx grant…

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