Protecting vulnerable persons. Keeping recovery communities safe, healthy, and successful!
2010ACRM successfully amended Alabama’s mental health laws, protecting consumer choice and recovery services.
2016 ACRM successfully passed a consumer protection bill scheduling Kratom via the Alabama legislature as a response to predatory supplement industry practices that threatened recovery communities.
2020 ACRM successfully worked with the Alabama Department of Public Health to protect consumers from Tianeptine, an unregulated, addictive supplement with dangerous withdrawal symptoms.
2021 ACRM successfully helped send a bill to the Governor's office scheduling Tianeptine and Phenibut two European pharmaceuticals that act like opioids and benzodiazepines.
15% of the missing workforce
is related to opioid abuse. Christ-centered recovery programs are uniquely positioned and qualified to assist those struggling with life-controlling problems get back to work by delivering essential recovery services like counseling, social services, education, employment readiness, and aftercare services like housing, transportation assistance, and job placement.
Next Member Meeting:
Topic: ACRM Member's Meeting
Date: The second Thursday each January, April, July, and October