These volunteers work for the welfare of the community by supporting the important work of your organization.
This is in part a course correction from the trend of several decades ago, when the emphasis was on cutting expenses in the naive belief all addicts could be successfully treated on an outpatient basis.
Nonetheless, in most instances it’s an a priori resistance rooted in fear, rather than legitimate objections.
Most people who enact laws aren’t healthcare experts or even for that matter particularly interested in the subject of addiction and treatment.
By extension, (women’s) recovery success will positively affect communities’ (and the nation’s) health and economy.