Personnel changes continue at Faces & Voices of Recovery, the nationally prominent organization that mobilizes recovery community groups. The organization announced this week that director of programs Tom Hill will be leaving Faces & Voices next month to return to health systems research and consulting organization Altarum Institute.
Linda Kaplan, a former executive director of NAADAC, The Association for Addiction Professionals, will be assuming Hill's duties. Hill will be working in the area of peer services at Altarum Institute, according to an announcement to the recovery community from Faces & Voices.
Faces & Voices is embarking on a new strategic plan that was already coming due as longtime executive director Pat Taylor suddenly announced her departure in late February. Greater attention to financial support for initiatives in the recovery community likely will be a major priority in the months ahead.
In that regard, the producer of the acclaimed film “The Anonymous People” will be working with the Faces & Voices board of directors on fund development, the organization announced. It stated that Williams “has significant experience building financial support through ManyFaces1Voice,” a multifaceted campaign to advance the recovery advocacy movement.