• Three Local Businessmen Donate $225,000 to Hope for NH Recovery

    October 30, 2017

    Settlement Reached in Billboard Defamation Case: by WMUR “…We settled about a month ago with Aaron Day,” said businessman Bill Greiner. “The settlement was north of seven figures. You don’t settle for that unless you feel there is a reason to settle for that.” The three plaintiffs brought a large chunk of the proceeds to Hope for ...

  • Fashion Show to Benefit Hope for NH Recovery

    October 5, 2017

    “A Walk Out of the Woods” On September 29th the Currier Museum of Art posted this to their social media to announce the WMUR story: Go behind the scenes of the design process for “A Walk Out of the Woods” with WMUR-TV! Join us on Thursday, October 12 from 5:30 to 9 pm as the Currier Museum of ...

  • Hope for NH Recovery’s response to the NHPR stories

    June 14, 2017

    It is regrettable that at a time when New Hampshire is in the middle of a health crisis of historic proportions that HOPE for New Hampshire Recovery must take time away from getting people well to address several inaccurate statements published in a recent story regarding our organization.

  • Hope for NH Recovery receives $75K from Brady Sullivan Properties

    January 5, 2017

    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 ...

  • Planning Board Unanimously Approves Request

    January 26, 2016

    “Planning board members unanimously approved the request for a conditional use permit from developer Dick Anagnost for a reduction of parking and the use of public and controlled parking within 500 feet for the proposed addiction recovery center, which will house HOPE for New Hampshire Recovery and other nonprofit tenants.” The show of support from the ...

  • Manchester Planning Board Meeting

    January 16, 2016

    Hope for New Hampshire Recovery supporters spoke out at a Manchester Planning Board Meeting, calling for their approval of a project that’s already bringing private businesses and local government together in support and funding. Thank you to all that came and showed their support!

  • The End of Hitting Rock Bottom

    December 16, 2015 Burt Helm, The Boston Globe

    SHORTLY AFTER 1 A.M. on March 27, Susan Knade awoke to the sound of her cellphone ringing. It was her 21-year-old daughter, Caroline, calling. She was crying. Please, Caroline said. Please, come pick me up. Nine hours before, the woman running the halfway house had told Susan that Caroline could stay so long as she passed a drug ...

  • A family’s unexpected struggle with drug addiction

    May 18, 2015 Samantha Edwards | WCSH6 News

    A family’s unexpected struggle with drug addiction WARREN, Maine (NEWS CENTER) — Dylan Libby excelled at wrestling while attending Hermon High School. He describes his family as close knit. Even though he came from what many would consider a good family, Dylan Libby experimented with drugs. “I don’t think anyone expects to be like, ‘OK I am going ...

  • Former BYU quarterback Max Hall breaks silence on drug addiction

    May 6, 2015 Cimaron Neugebauer | KUTV

    (KUTV) Max Hall’s fear of losing his coveted position as a starting quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals led to abuse of pain killers and an eventual drug arrest in 2014, the former BYU quarterback recently told a Phoenix TV station. Hall spoke frankly this week with a KSAZ Fox10 about what led to his drug addiction and hitting rock ...

  • Jon Hamm completes rehab treatment for alcohol addiction

    March 25, 2015 CBS News

    “Mad Men” star Jon Hamm recently completed treatment for alcohol addiction, his spokeswoman said. Hamm had the support of his longtime partner, actress-filmmaker Jennifer Westfeldt, in his struggle, publicist Annett Wolf said in a statement Tuesday. Read the full article.