Any individual with a desire to become involved with grass-roots work with the Alliance is encouraged to email LCRA at

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
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