Any individual with a desire to become involved with grass-roots work with the Alliance is encouraged to email LCRA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Active participation is defined as work that promotes and facilitates fulfilling the mission of LCRA including, but not limited to, serving on committees/workgroups focused on diverse projects designed to affect community perception of addiction recovery. Many projects will reflect directives obtained from federal, state or local grant-work. LCRA members will also work with local agencies and organizations to strengthen our county’s recovery-oriented landscape.
The Leadership Committee is an advisory group of members who are responsible for providing guidance on overall strategic direction and key issues of the Alliance, such as:
- Assessing our local current needs and strengths and designing strategies that reflect recovery-oriented solutions
- Organizing projects and mobilizing individuals to participate
- Ensuring budgetary control, both programmatically and fiscally
- Developing a media and marketing strategy
- Maintaining collaborations and fostering relationships of inclusion
- Creating procedures for resource allocation and sustainability
- Making decisions involving large expenditures
- Establishing and maintain an organizational structure
- Monitoring committee activities
- Developing meeting agendas and presentations
- Ensuring legal and ethical standards and maintaining accountability