Daviess Advances Recovery Access Consortium

Increasing efforts and reducing stigma about mental health, substance use, and recovery.

 Launched on November 13, 2020, we are a multiorganizational collaborative encompassing individuals representing rural engagement, community groups, substance use and mental health services, peer recovery, and health care. The consortium represents a desire and commitment to work collectively to expand and strengthen recovery efforts through short-term activities and long-term planning.  Our work is rooted in active ongoing input from community residents in response to immediate and emerging substance use prevention, treatment, and recovery needs. 

Consortium partner agencies


See highlights from the 2023 Recovery Day in the Park