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Growth and Recovery Workbook

FREE Resources: Growth and Recovery Workbook Instantly download and either: • Print from your home ...

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Self-Love – Why it’s important

  Substance use disorder (SUD) can wreak havoc on the lives of those affected, making it essential ...

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Staying calm during the holiday season

The holiday season is a hectic time for many people. Between buying gifts, attending holiday parties, ...

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Panic, Anxiety — Coping

If you’re one of the millions of people who experience panic attacks, you may be wondering how to ...

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Restoring a State of Empowerment

Restoring a State of Empowerment A Formula to Forgiveness Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said “We must ...

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How to Cope with Grief: Tips and Tricks

When someone we love dies, it is natural to feel grief. Grief is a response to loss. It is a process ...

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You Are Not Alone – There IS Always Hope

It’s normal to feel alone from time to time. We all need human connection to feel happy and ...

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Strange Things Can Happen in Recovery

Strange Things Can Happen in Recovery I was asked to put this story down for the blog for ARCNH.  As I ...

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Stigma and the Mirroring of the Human Condition

Stigma and the Mirroring of the Human Condition When the word addiction was deliberately omitted from ...

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Heroin Saved My Life… Just before it began to kill me

Heroin Saved My Life… Just before it began to kill me When I was in the 5th grade, we had a D.A.R.E. ...

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Understanding Anxiety

Anxiety is a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something ...

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Stronger Together Veterans Coalition of New Hampshire Provider Outreach Bags

We have been very busy here at the center preparing and distributing our Stronger Together Veterans ...

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Rising Consciousness in The Human Experience

Some many years ago I went through the Dunkin Donuts drive thru to buy a coffee on my way to a job I ...

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There Is Always Hope

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, substance use disorders (SUDs) are a major public ...

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Positive Living: 7 Ways to Make Every Day Better

A good life is one that’s filled with positivity. Positiveness creates an optimistic outlook on ...

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2023 Golf Tournament

ARCNH has many sponsorship opportunities available for our 2023 golf tournament! Showcase your brand to ...

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The Nashua Division of Public Health and Community Services

The Nashua Division of Public Health and Community Services is starting a monthly Community Spotlight! ...

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Damsel in Defense

Do you know how to protect yourself in the city? Do you know how to keep yourself or someone you love ...

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Sound Healing with Hannah!

TWO new and amazing healing events you don’t want to miss!  Transformative Sound For Veterans ...

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Tanya’s Why

I am supporting Addiction Recovery Coalition of NH this year for NH Gives. As the Program Manager here ...

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Kate’s Why

I am often asked why I chose to dedicate my career to working with individuals struggling with substance ...

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NH GIVES!

We are SO excited to announce that we are part of the NH Gives non-profit fundraising initiative. What ...

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Stronger Together Veterans Coalition of New Hampshire

We are excited to formally announce that the Addiction Recovery Coalition of New Hampshire, in ...

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Recovery Housing

  Roundtable Forum Summary   On April 12, 2023, the Center for Ethics in Society, in ...

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Scared But Healing

I went to a meeting today. Scared, beaten, broken, empty, & hopeless. A stranger met me at the door, ...

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Sink or Drink

It was Saturday, April 8, 2023 a day like any other with Easter Sunday following the next day. I was ...

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The Empty Chair

  I went to a meeting today. The room was packed. Every chair was taken. There was a Newbie there. ...

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Xylazine in Fentanyl

The Risks of Xylazine in Fentanyl Xylazine is a sedative that is only approved by the U.S. Food and Drug ...

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Is it time to get help?

Is it time to get help? A guide for family and friends Identifying a substance use disorder (SUD) in a ...

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ARCNH Awarded Grant for Youth Peer Groups

ARCNH NEWS: GRANT AWARDED FOR YOUTH PEER GROUPS Addiction Recovery Coalition of New Hampshire has been ...

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Backpack Drive for SV Boys and Girls Club

ARCNH BACKPACK DRIVE ARCNH is collecting back to school supplies for the Boys and Girls Club of Souhegan ...

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Giving Tuesday – Community Is our Middle Name

ARCNH: GIVING TUESDAY As a Community Recovery Center ARCNH is dependent upon the support of our generous ...

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Interventions – Not As Seen On TV, A Guide

ARCNH: INTERVENTIONS You may have noticed our resource page titled “Stage an Intervention”. If ...

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Real Recovery Stories Featuring Jeff Grigg

RECOVERY STORIES: JEFF GRIGG Who are you in the hardest moments of your life? When everything seems to ...

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Upcoming Events in the Fall 2021 at ARCNH

ARCNH NEWS: UPCOMING EVENTS 2021 We wanted to take some time to do a deep dive into each of our events ...

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The First ARCNH Recovery Golf Tournament

Our First Annual Red Beard Recovery Golf Outing was a Huge Success! Thanks to everyone who attended and ...

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Choices Recovery Coach Academy at ARCNH

  ARCNH NEWS: RECOVERY COACH ACADEMY In January ARCNH will be hosting our first ever Recovery Coach ...

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Real Recovery Stories Featuring Logan Nipp

RECOVERY STORIES: LOGAN NIPP I’ve been working to develop the ARCNH blog into a stream of regular, ...

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Completing High School – A SUD Recovery Goal

Substance Use Disorder and High School Graduation Rates According to the Substance Abuse and Mental ...

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Finding Resources for the Whole Self in Recovery

FINDING RESOURCES DURING SUD RECOVERY Recovering from Substance Use Disorder is a difficult journey and ...

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Turning the Tables on Stigmatizing Language

Defining Substance Use Disorder At ARCNH we specialize in providing resources that support long term ...

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Practicing Self Care in Recovery from SUD

PRACTICING SELF-CARE IN SUD RECOVERY “Self Care”; it’s one of those hot-button, click bait, $1 ...

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ARCNH July 2021 Newsletter – New hires, events and more!

Learn more about our new hires, community support and upcoming events in the ARCNH July 2021 newsletter! ...

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ARCNH Receives Grant from Norwin S. & Elizabeth N. Bean Foundation

ARCNH RECEIVES BEAN FOUNDATION GRANT The Norwin S. & Elizabeth N. Bean Foundation is a charitable ...

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What is Peer Support and Recovery Coaching?

Peer Support and Recovery Coaching “Recovery Coaching, in my opinion, is the ability to be there for ...

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ARCNH Receives Funds From NH Charitable Foundation

ARCNH RECEIVES FUNDS FROM NHCF For Further Development of Peer Support Programming May 27, 2021 The ...

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Recovery Services to the Souhegan Valley will Expand

ARCNH: NH STATEWIDE PEER RECOVERY SYSTEM The Addiction Recovery Coalition of New Hampshire is Selected ...

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How to Make Ends Meet in Early Recovery

EARLY RECOVERY: MAKING ENDS MEET Author: June Lawrence Substance misuse takes a lot away from you, and ...

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Gail’s Recovery in Alcoholics Anonymous

RECOVERY STORIES: GAIL Author: Gail D, Member of Alcoholics Anonymous Here’s MY Story: Growing up, ...

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Healthy Habits for People in Recovery from SUD

HEALTHY HABITS FOR PEOPLE IN RECOVERY Author: Amy Collet If you have a past of substance misuse, you ...

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