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Services

Get A Recovery Coach

Recovery Coaches provide support, guidance, and encouragement to build strong recovery and a support network.  We'll help you build community connections, be reunified with family, and get employment, housing, and other needed assistance.

Recovery Coaches:

  • Identify your strengths and personal attributes

  • Outline life goals and create a wellness plan

  • Look at legal, familial, and economic issues

  • Help you earn a GED, diploma, or degree

  • Improve financial education and credit score

  • Provide recovery follow-up for up to 3 years

  • Use recovery-oriented employment services to build your resume, teach interview skills, job search, or start a business

Coaches are mobile and can travel to emergency rooms, businesses, homes, and schools — wherever they are needed.


Become A Recovery Coach

We offer the CCAR Recovery Coach Academy (RCA) and Ethics, and our Recovery Coach 2.0 up to three times each year.

  • Recovery Coach Academy: $125

  • Recovery Ethics: $50

  • Recovery Coach 2.0 : $50

*NEW:  Recovery Coach 2.0 is a 6-hour training available for Recovery Coaches and those considering becoming one. Participants will increase diverse skills sets to become a more effective Recovery Coach able to address basic needs resources as well as recovery needs. The training covers:

- Self-Care: Burnout & Compassion Fatigue
- Trauma: Issues, ACEs, & Informed Care
- Addiction & Recovery: Language Matters
- Understanding Recovery & Recovery Culture
- Drug Classes: Opiates, Marijuana, Stimulants
- Cultural Competency– Multiculturalism & LGBTQ
- Special Considerations in a Homogeneous Region
- Rules of Engagement:  boundaries, accountability, & confidentiality
- Motivational Interviewing & Active Listening
- In-depth review of Monadnock Region Resources

*To be a Recovery Coach for Reality Check, you need to complete the CCAR Recovery Coach Academy, Recovery Ethics, Recovery Coach 2.0, Suicide, HIV, a background check, and volunteer application. 
*To become  a CRSW - Call the NH Board of Licensing for Alcohol & Other Drug Use Professionals, and request a licensing packet which outlines requirements:
NH Board of Licensing for Alcohol & Other Drug Use Professionals
121 Fruit Street, Concord, NH 03301
Phone: 603-271-6761
Email: nhladc@nh.gov


Support Meetings

  • AA, Ala-non, Ala-Teen, ACOA

  • Veterans and Their Families

  • Moms and Dads in Recovery

  • Overeating Anonymous

  • Gambling Anonymous

  • Self-Harming and other trauma-based groups

  • Grandparents Raising Grand-kids

  • FASTER Parent group

  • Families of Deceased Loved Ones

  • Grief, Loss, & Forgiveness

    * We are always looking for facilitators to volunteer their time at support groups. Give us a call if you’d like to be trained.


Treatment

If you need help finding treatment, visit our FIND HELP page for information about New Hampshire based treatment facilities.
We can provide supported referrals and advocacy to find treatment, sign you up for health insurance if you have none, and provide transportation to detox facilities and residential treatment.

Once accredited, Licensed Alcohol & Drug Counselors (LADCs) will conduct walk-in assessments, individual, group, and family counseling, and create treatment plans and recovery goal plans.

Finding treatment can be a frustrating process - don’t give up. Let us help you get the help you need.


Telephone Support Check-ins

Volunteers conduct daily, weekly, and monthly phone check-ins to see how things are going, let you know about recovery events and volunteer opportunities, re-connect you to community supports, and help you grow your recovery network.  

We want you to feel a sense of belonging and that you are part of a larger community - because we have your back. Checks-ins serve as an additional support to help keep your recovery strong in those moments you might need a little extra encouragement. 

Want someone to call you? Let us know -- 603.532.9888


Promoting Health & Wellness

Partnering agencies offer a variety of things to improve your health…  

  • smoking cessation

  • nutrition & cooking

  • meditation and yoga

  • martial arts

  • parenting classes

  • wilderness adventures

  • rock climbing

  • workshops on financial education, repairing credit, coping, communication skills, regulating emotions, and resolving crises

  • training on Naloxone (Narcan) administration

  • training leading to addictions credentialing

Is there something else you would like to see at The Center? contact us to let us know.


Need Health Insurance?

Get help signing up for health insurance, state benefits, and making appointments with your doctor and dentist (we'll help you get a doctor or dentist if you don't have one). These are some important first steps to get you started in your new life in recovery. 

Need A Confidence Boost?

You know how good you feel after a great haircut?  We’ll pay up to $25 for a haircut so you look great on that big interview day!


Need a Meeting Right Now?   

Congresswoman Kuster is dedicated to helping Reality Check build its Recovery Community Center, and seeing more comprehensive recovery supports come to New Hampshire.

Congresswoman Kuster is dedicated to helping Reality Check build its Recovery Community Center, and seeing more comprehensive recovery supports come to New Hampshire.

Its a new life for people in Recovery!

Its a new life for people in Recovery!