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We are moms and dads, sons and daughters, brothers and sisters - all bringing the power and proof of recovery to our communities. Together we will change public perception, and ultimately the public response to the addiction crisis...FOREVER. Will you join us?

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Share The Film

The Anonymous People is a great way to catalyze a dialog on addiction awareness, and recovery advocacy in your community. The film has teamed up with independent film distributor Kino Lorber to make bringing The Anonymous People to your local area easier than ever. You can now acquire institutional rights to permanently use this educational and inspirational film in your prevention, treatment, or recovery program, high school, hospital, university, jail, faith-based group, and other training programs!

The Book

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Many Faces One Voice, Secrets from The Anonymous People by Bud Mikhitarian

Bud Mikhitarian writes about the making of Greg Williams' award-winning film, The Anonymous People, and tells the intimate stories of celebrities, politicians, and advocates who have exposed their secrets to light and are living the hope and power and recovery. The author, one of the key members of the filmmaking team, chronicles a journey of discovery through an inspiring world of recovery that reveals the insights for personal and societal change.

Watch an interview with the author.

4 ways to take action

  1. Share your story Join our new community on Facebook ShareRecovery Messaging
  2. Ask your U.S. Senatorto become a sponsor of The Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act of 2014 Learn More
  3. Join or start a recovery community organization near you Find Start
  4. Join or Start a young people in recovery chapter near you Find Start
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