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Founded in 2009, Granite Pathways began as a grass-roots initiative that introduced the “clubhouse” model in New Hampshire, an evidence-based, collaborative, 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 has built:

Clubhouses in Manchester and Portsmouth, NH—where individuals with mental illness and and co-occurring substance use disorders come together to achieve their goals of sustained wellness, gain skills and job opportunities, and to positively connect with others. The Clubhouse Model of Psychosocial Rehabilitation is a proven practice for mental health recovery.

Membership is free and for life.

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.

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.

What’s New at Granite Pathways

November 18, 18 — “Beyond The Stigma” — Granite Pathways Featured in New Hampshire Union Leader!

Manchester Pathways Clubhouse was recently honored to receive two highly-competitive grant awards:

Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation – capital funds award of $25,000 for lease costs at our new location on 303 Belmont St, Manchester

Norwin S. and Elizabeth N. Bean Foundation - $20,000 to support staffing costs

We are grateful for this vital community support to advance the Manchester Pathways Clubhouse mental health and co-occurring substance use disorder recovery program. 

Thank you to the Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation and the Norwin S and Elizabeth N. Bean Foundation!

We are hiring! To learn more, send us a message or contact Sanja Perunovic at (646) 931-2398 or SPerunovic@fedcap.org