Southeastern New Hampshire Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services
For 2022, SENHS will endeavor to return the number and scope of programs and offerings to pre-COVID levels in order to provide services to the maximum number of substance use disorder clients. SENHS is expanding partnerships and collaborations with local community health agencies in order to continue to raise awareness of substance misuse treatment options in the Seacoast area. Plans to increasing our staffing will allow us to continue to deliver expert, evidence-based treatment and provide clients with the tools to establish a foundation in recovery.
Breakfast with the Board — individualized tours of the facilities; Southeastern Alumni Speakers — hear about the real change our organization effects in the lives of those we serve; and our new bowling fundraiser event in 2022.
There are many opportunities to support SENNHS: annual fund — show support by making a year-end gift via mail, online, in person or phone with the option of establishing a recurring donation; memorial giving — remember a loved one; sponsorships — support one of our fundraising events through corporate sponsorship; endowments — provide ongoing financial stability through special gifts; events — participate in fundraising events or hold your own fundraising event; major gifts — support the critical work we do in promoting real recovery in the Granite State with a gift of $10,000+; in-kind donations — make a gift of goods and services to aid our programs; and planned gifts — leave a legacy to SENHS through your estate plans.
AA commitments — volunteer your time to speak to residential clients at a weekly meeting; life skills class teachers/adult education — help facilitate client reintegration into communities by sharing your knowledge; and recovery coaching — take a mentor or sponsorship role for clients in early sobriety.
Board Officers / Board Members
Lawrence Kane, MD
Sr. Helene Higgins, CSJ
Alec L. McEchern, Esq.
Christi Green, RN/MS/PH
Christopher G. Roundy, Esq.