Treatment and Recovery - Measure 110

Infographic reading:  UNITE OREGON  MEASURE 110  2020 WINS  unite oregon turns out the vote  Despite the unprecedented challenge of organizing during a global pandemic, Unite Oregon mobilized hundreds of voters from immigrant, refugee, & Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) communities to vote YES on Measure 110.   2021 WINS  Unite Oregon Week of Action  Our work didn't stop after decriminalization on Feb 1, 2020.  We led a Week of Action to make noise & urge legislators to fully fund Measure 110 implementation. We rallied 165+ community members to speak directly to 35+ legislators about why treatment & recovery services are needed right now in Oregon.   THE WORK IS NOT OVER  We still need voices & people power to hold Oregon State Legislature accountable for funding implementation in full. We're partnering with the Oregon Health Justice Recovery Alliance to demand revenue accrued after $45M from the Marijuana Tax be allocated to treatment & recovery services as promised.   Lobbying Partnerships  Oregon Health Justice Recovery Alliance Unite Oregon Field Team Community ORGANIZING COMMUNITY TRAINING RECRUITMENT  community voice for change  rallying for full funding & implementation  Unite Oregon is organizing our 22,000+ members to use their voices through video testimony, letters, & phone calls, & connecting them to legislators to send a message that Oregonians want Measure 110 fully funded. Our community's voice matters in decision-making during implementation.    UNITE OREGON  Led by people of color, immigrants and refugees, rural communities, and people experiencing poverty, we work across Oregon to build a unified intercultural movement for justice.