What We Do …
Reality Check provides comprehensive addiction services to New Hampshire residents, and helps build its
How We Do It …
We guide school districts and communities in prevention plan development and implementation, making it a permanent part of the culture.
We help sign you up for health insurance, find treatment to begin the recovery process, and assist with transportation.
We offer Recovery Coaching, addiction training, support groups, veteran supports, referrals, and much more at our Recovery Community Center.
EDUCATION & ADVOCACY
Our Education Services help you with your diploma, starting (or finishing) college, or to start your own business!
Become an Advocate to inform our political leaders to help fund prevention, treatment, and recovery for NH residents.
WORKING IN ADDICTIONS
Become a Certified Prevention Specialist, a Licensed Alcohol & Drug Counselor, or Certified Recovery Support Worker. We can help you earn your Addiction Credential. Get NH state applications:
NH Board of Licensing for Alcohol and Other Drug Use Professionals.
FOR IMMEDIATE HELP…
Call 211 and press #1 (addiction help)
You be asked some questions and
referred to detox or treatment.
*The call can last 30+ minutes.
. . . . . OF SPECIAL INTEREST . . . . .
REPORTS: NH ECONOMIC REPORT: 2017 Costs of Addiction to NH
RX DISPOSAL: Safe Disposal Bags
Learning the Signs Can Save a Life
Prevent an Overdose
~ DROP IN GROUPS ~
MONDAY - Grief & Loss
Facilitator: Leaf Seligman
This group offers a brave, respectful place to explore and express grief. Drawing on the healing power of a circle, everyone has the chance to speak and just listen. The group will provide warm accompaniment for individual grief processes, whatever the cause.
Time: 600 - 700pm
Runs: January 21 - February 25
TUESDAY - Veterans Stand Down
Facilitator: Bradford Volz
This is a drop-in, peer-to-peer, open discussion support group for veterans facilitated by veterans. Some meetings will have topics and speakers sharing resources, supports, networking opportunities, and veteran events.
Time: 630 - 730
WEDNESDAY - Forgiveness & Healing
Facilitator: Leaf Seligman
Studies show forgiving transforms us emotionally, spiritually and physically, reduces depression, increases hopefulness, lowers blood pressure and reduces stress. This 6-week group will use The Book of Forgiving to introduce people to the Four-Fold Path of Forgiveness.
Time: 630 - 730pm
Runs: January 26 - March 6
THURSDAY - Families Coping
Facilitator: Sue Cullinane
This group is for families of loved ones who struggle with addiction, and those who have lost a loved one to the disease. Peer-to-peer support and respect, resources provided.
* FRIDAY - CURRENTLY OPEN *
We are looking for facilitators to offer the following groups: Grand-Families, All-Recovery Group, AA/NA, or others Call 532-9888 if interested.