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OCAAR Board Bank

At OCAAR we are passionate about ensuring that individuals with substance use disorders have a voice in policy making and decision making. To further this mission, we are thrilled to introduce our new initiative, the Board Bank...


Presented by Ohio Citizen Advocates for Addiction Recovery

The Board Bank is a groundbreaking platform designed to connect recovery community members with board opportunities across Ohio. Whether you are an individual seeking to contribute your unique insights and experiences or a board in search of dedicated individuals with lived experience, the Board Bank is here to facilitate meaningful connections.

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Important Board Bank Information

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Interested in becoming a member of a board of directors?

How does the Board Bank work? It's simple yet powerful. Individuals interested in becoming members of boards of directors can submit their resumes and contact information through our secure online portal. We encourage candidates to highlight their years of recovery from substance use disorders, mental health disorders, or dual diagnoses.

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In search of dedicated individuals with lived experience? The Board Bank is here to facilitate meaningful connections.

Accessing the Board Bank requires a paid membership. By signing up, members also provide us with valuable statistics related to the usage of the Board Bank, enabling us to improve and assess its impact continually. However, individuals interested in utilizing the Board Bank are only encouraged to become free site members, allowing us to keep them informed about the latest updates and opportunities.


"As we embark on this exciting new chapter, we invite recovery advocates and boards alike to join us in revolutionizing board recruitment in Ohio. Together, we can shape policies, influence decisions, and create a more inclusive and recovery-focused future.

Thank you for your support, and we look forward to connecting recovery advocates with board opportunities through the Board Bank.


In Gratitude,



Molly O'Neill, CEO

Ohio Citizen Advocates for Addiction Recovery

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