Brady Sullivan Properties has made a $75,000 donation through the Community Development Finance Authority’s Tax Credit Program in support of HOPE for NH Recovery’s move, renovation, and expansion into the new Manchester Recovery Community Center at 293 Wilson St. in Manchester, the former C.A. Hoitt Furniture building.
It is one of the largest single donations to date for the community center, which is focused on providing a support network for those in recovery from drug or alcohol addiction.
HOPE’s new location, which is on the first floor of the four-story building, will also be home to other community organizations including Families in Transition and the Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester. The donation from Brady Sullivan to HOPE will allow the organization to assist those seeking help with substance misuse find the services and support they need.
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