Hope for New Hampshire Recovery

There is Hope for You or a Loved One. How Can we Help with Your Recovery Today?



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2018 Goals:

In the past year, Hope for NH Recovery has helped thousands of individuals and family members find the right recovery support services for their needs; offered a venue for healthy, drug-and-alcohol-free socialization; and provided family supports for all stages of recovery. Seeing firsthand the positive impact being made by its existing community recovery centers, Hope for NH Recovery plans to continue to support all pathways to recovery in the next year.


Fundraising Events:

Fundraising activities are held year-round. Hope for NH has had great support from our communities through our fundraising efforts. This year, the Fisher Cats held a golf tournament for Hope. Tufts New Freedom also raised funds for Hope through the Fisher Cats Foundation. And the Currier Museum of Art is hosting a Fashion Show in October in support of Hope.


Giving Opportunities:

We are a grassroots alliance of addiction survivors, their families and friends and concerned members of the community. Our goal is to advocate for, and educate and improve the public perception of those in recovery from addiction. We collaborate with local resources to provide recovery support services such as telephone support, recovery coaching, and
community-based trainings. We rely heavily on individual and community support to keep our recovery community centers open and staffed. We hold numerous fundraising events in our communities throughout the year. Additionally, individuals may donate directly on our website at hopefornhrecovery.org/donate. Businesses can partner with us to help provide recovery services to their employees through our Recovery Friendly Workplace Program.   Contact us at info@recoverynh.org for more information.


Volunteer Opportunities:

Our peer volunteers are the backbone of everything we do. Our services are provided to anyone in need, free of charge. That’s why we depend so much on trained volunteers to help others get well and stay well. We’ll match you with an opportunity that meets your interests:

• Telephone Recovery Support, calling those in recovery to check in and provide support.

• Become a Recovery Coach, helping individuals and families get well.

• Share your addiction survivor story and inspire others by speaking to community organizations, employers and others.

• Help organize, plan and execute community awareness events.

• Provide office and front-desk support in our Recovery Center.


Board Officers   /   Board Members

  • Scott Bickford
    Board Chair Co-founder and CEO of Air Planning, LLC 
     
  • David Berry
    Board Vice Chair

    Superintendent, Sullivan County House of Corrections
     
  • Kathie Sanders
    Treasurer

    Chief Financial Officer of Anagnost Companies
     
  • Robert Kelley
    Executive Director of Amethyst Foundation
     
  • Bill Irvine
    Irvine Consulting Group
     
  • Melissa Crews
    Co-owner of Hooked and Ignite restaurants
     
  • Margo Compagne
    Human Resources Executive
     
  • Joseph Graham
    President of iHeartMedia
     
  • Sandra Pascucci
    Healthcare Professional
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