We support addiction recovery in all communities across New Hampshire.
We’re working to solve addiction in New Hampshire.
We’re dedicated to saving lives and reducing the tremendous social, human and economic costs of this chronic disease.
At our core, we’re a wellness provider, offering free long-term peer support to help individuals and families manage the chronic disease of addiction.
But we do much more than that. We also enlist employers, health care and other key stakeholders to eliminate barriers that keep people from getting well and staying well.
We work with all sectors to build a chronic disease community model for alcohol and drug addiction. The goal is to remove barriers to care and create the community architecture to support long-term wellness around addiction.
We reach into workplaces, social service organizations, media and other influential community sectors to change hearts and minds about addiction. We also partner with health care systems and addiction treatment providers in a new service delivery model that creates a continuum of care for those with this chronic disease.
We believe in peer-based recovery support services. We promote the recovery center concept that mobilizes individuals and resources – both within and outside of the recovery community. The objective is to increase the prevalence and quality of long-term recovery from alcohol and drug abuse.
We envision a day when the public and policymakers will accord individuals and families affected by addiction with greater respect. We are working to ensure that those suffering from addiction will receive respectful, nondiscriminatory care on the same basis as people with other health conditions.
Hope for NH Recovery believes that all individuals suffering from addiction have the ability to recover. With this affirmation in mind, we:
- Provide recovery support services, including telephone support, recovery coaching and community recovery center support.
- Empower our members by providing resources, training and skill development.
- Offer peer recovery support services and community social events.
- Celebrate recovery and provide support for continued success.
What is a Recovery Community Organization?
Recovery community organizations (RCO) are the heart and soul of the recovery movement. In the last ten years, RCOs have proliferated throughout the US. They are demonstrating leadership in towns, cities, and states as well as on the national landscape. They have become major hubs for:
- Recovery-focused policy advocacy activities
- Carrying out recovery-focused community education and outreach programs
- Becoming players in systems change initiatives.
- Providing peer-based recovery support services.
RCOs share a recovery vision, authenticity of voice and are independent, serving as a bridge between diverse communities of recovery, the addiction treatment community, governmental agencies, the criminal justice system, the larger network of health and human services providers and systems, and the broader recovery support resources of the extended community.
If you’d like to learn more about Hope for NH Recovery, please contact us today.