With no state funding, Hope for N.H. Recovery announces it’s closing 4 of 5 resource centers 

In the past, any progress [Stephanie Barry] made in drug rehabilitation facilities was quickly undone when she returned to the real world and found herself re-immersed in the social circles that had fueled her addiction in the first place.

…Now, Barry comes during her lunch break from work to go to meetings and volunteer. She said part of staying sober for her is more than just getting clean – it’s creating a new life and social identity.

Through Hope for N.H. Recovery, she’s been able to find peer supports who helped her craft her resume when she was looking for a job and helped her find affordable housing when she needed to find a place to live.

With no state funding, Hope for N.H. Recovery announces it’s closing 4 of 5 resource centers 

Sigh….

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