About Granite Pathways:
Founded in 2009, Granite Pathways began as a grass-roots initiative that introduced the “clubhouse” model in New Hampshire, an evidence-based, peer-led, self-help community, aimed at eliminating isolation and providing hope, dignity, and recovery options for adults with mental illness.
No one should have to do it alone. Granite Pathways is a community of hope, welcoming anyone impacted by mental illness and substance abuse.
Today Granite Pathways is building:
A Clubhouse in Manchester, NH—where individuals with mental illness and/or substance use disorders come together to learn, become job-ready, find support and a safe place. The Clubhouse is a model for peer-led, community centers throughout the state.
Safe Harbor Recovery Center in Portsmouth, NH—community within a community where education, peer support, advocacy, training and employment are available to those in recovery.
A network of REGIONAL ACCESS POINT SERVICES across the state that offers screening and referrals to supportive services to combat substance use disorders and addiction.
Job training and education – creating a pathway to employment and long term economic well being.
Partnerships between individuals and universities, community colleges, and businesses for apprenticeship,
internships, and employment opportunities.
A platform for public advocacy and awareness to eliminate stigma and support individuals with
mental illness and addiction as thriving members of the community.