NH recovery centers model how to treat recovering employees - When Ryan Fowler, a recovery specialist in long-term recovery at Granite Pathways in Manchester, lost a friend to an overdose death last year, he was encouraged to take time off to grieve and got a card of support from co-workers when he returned.
At his prior recovery jobs, Fowler would have kept his loss hidden, he said, because that support wasn’t there.
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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!
Hungry for Hope 2018
The 3rd annual Hungry for Hope event was held last month at One Harbour Place to raise money for Safe Harbor Recovery Center—a program of Granite Pathways. People come from all over the area to eat great food contributed by 20 NE local restaurants, and enjoy wine and beer from all over the world. The goal for this year’s event was to surpass last year’s fundraising efforts of $72,000. We did it! This year the event raised $78,000! By pulling together so many leaders in the Seacoast, this effort demonstrates how a community can work together to help solve a problem—in this case the Opioid Crisis. A very special thank you to Heather Blumenfeld, our Safe Harbor Recovery Center Manager. Without her tremendous contributions of her time and her talents this event would not occur!
Last but certainly not least, a heartfelt thank you to Renee Plummer and John Akar, our supporters who have worked tirelessly to make this an annual successful event for us!!
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