Chicago Recovery Alliance

3110 West Taylor Street Chicago, Illinois, 60612

773-367-3771Website Link


The Chicago Recovery Alliance (CRA) is a racially and ethnically diverse group composed of people living with HIV and drug use, working in addiction treatment, healthcare, education, law and other assorted areas. CRA is unique as an organization in that our work entails building one-on-one relationships with individuals affected by HIV and drug use and provide them with a wide array of options for achieving any positive change as they define it for themselves. CRA is an organization for those interested in directly serving, supporting, educating and advocating with others for reducing drug related harm.

The providers below are funded by the Illinois Department of Human Services, Division of Substance Use Prevention and Recovery (IDHS/SUPR) to provide Overdose Education and Naloxone Distribution (OEND) services in Illinois. The OEND programs are registered with the IDHS/SUPR Drug Overdose Prevention Program, which gives them the ability to distribute the opioid overdose antidote naloxone. They can assist individuals and organizations with obtaining naloxone and support substance use treatment programs, human service agencies, and other institutions with establishing their own OEND services.