Supporting Recovery & Families

The non-profit organizations we support financially include:

The Salvation Army – Adult Rehabilitation Center

The Salvation Army – Adult Rehabilitation Center provides a Christian program for men in need of rehabilitation. Services are provided at no cost. The Salvation Army – Adult Rehabilitation Center has 35 facilities throughout New England.

Hope on Haven Hill

The mission of Hope on Haven Hill is: To provide a nurturing therapeutic home environment for pregnant women with substance use disorder who are seeking recovery. By providing a safe home with comprehensive addiction treatment services, family therapy, parenting classes, advancement in education and life coaching we will support families in their recovery from addiction.

Chucky’s Fight

Chucky Rosa is a non-profit speaker in the presentation of Drug and Alcohol Abuse. He teaches youths about the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse.

Teen Challenge New England and

Teen Challenge is a life-changing residential recovery program that provides a faith-filled approach for helping drug addicts and alcoholics transform their lives. More than 400 adult men and women can be cared for in the Teen Challenge home located in Manchester, NH and in Winthrop, ME

SOS Recovery Community Organization

SOS Recovery Community Organization is a collaborative of peers in recovery from substance misuse and their allies working together to create safe spaces and peer based recovery supports throughout Strafford County.  SOS and it’s Recovery Community Centers exist to bolster and grow the local recovery community through:  Recovery coaching, crisis response, telephone recovery supports, meetings and workshops, support for all pathways to recovery, organized advocacy, partnerships with diverse community organizations, and volunteerism and social events and active activities.

Sober Sisters Recovery

Sober Sisters Recovery at Malley Farm provides a structured sober living environment for women in the process of recovery. In this environment, they are able to continue the journey of recovery with supportive services available and gain life skills and confidence needed to succeed.