Influencing social change to include actionable efforts for recovery
The Maryland PeerAdvisory Council (MPAC) is a peer-run advocacy, outreach & training program for individuals, families, allies, faith-based community members, and supporters who advocate on local, state and national levels to address, and influence social change to include actionable efforts for recovery.
The Maryland Peer Advisory Council, MPAC, mission is to advocate, educate and support peers in addition to individuals, families and communities in and seeking recovery.
Our vision is to foster the delivery of quality peer-led recovery support services, educate the peer workforce along with advocating for social change inclusive polices to include actionable efforts to reduce stigma and mobilize recovery.
MPAC provides technical assistance and support to local, state, and national organizations who seek peers and recovery community-based organizations.
Which include advocacy, policy, legislative, training, outreach, speaking engagements,
and community events.
What do we do?
We support peers who seek training, enter or are currently in the workforce, foster professional development, and serve in all pathways of substance, mental, behavioral health,
trauma, harm-reduction, reentry, aging, youth, parent, and family recovery.
We also advocate to support and advance policies that impact individuals, families communities.
FY 2023 - 2025 Recovery Advocacy Agenda
Peer Recovery Education and Training
Community Based Organizations
Reducing the Digital
Recovery Community Organization Expansion
Advocacy, Policy & Legislation Priorities
Harm Reduction Overdose Prevention Site
"Together we can make a difference."