Recovery is a new way forward, so creating new traditions and ways to celebrate can feel great and help you make progress.
Good To Go November Donations Drive Culminates in Special Workout Events November 30
Sean is confident that employers should hire more people who have disabilities, because he works hard, does his job correctly, and really wants to be someone people can count on.
Come Join us for our Annual Night of Recognition Thursday, October 10 | 5PM to 7PM Carriage House at Forest Park (enter via Route 5 entrance)
“What makes recovery possible?”
SNAP Fitness Has GRIT Residents’ Back Dave Garvey Donates Back Packs so Persons in Recovery Are Ready for School
A New School Year = A New Fresh Start! A Back-to-School Primer for Parent
HUB International New England Contributes $5,000 to MHA!
We should not pretend that families can manage all of this on their own. It’s not enough to just love them.”
Dallas Clark has lived experience with addiction, and also with recovery. He’s applying that experience, along with specialized training, to support others in overcoming barriers to their recovery. “Iron sharpens iron,” Dallas explained. “You can’t do it on your own. You need the right team around you, a supportive team with people who are there [...]