Thanks Joe Hannon!
Read the article here; http://nhpr.org/post/needle-exchanges-are-now-legal-new-hampshire#stream/0
This training is traveling around to many Recovery Centers in NH:
June 23rd, White Horse Addiction Center; http://www.whitehorseac.com/
June 28th, Safe Harbor Recovery Center – Portsmouth; https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=safe%20harbor%20recovery%20center
June 29th, North Country Serenity Center; http://northcountryserenitycenter.org/
July 7th, GTFRC, Tilton; https://www.facebook.com/GTAFRC/
July 14th, Keene Serenity Center; https://www.facebook.com/Keene-Serenity-Center-245713058968823/
About this event
Bernadette Gleeson, trainer
This training will include a deep look at:
Goals of Training
RC’s/volunteers experiential expertise.
Congratulations Manchester Family Justice Center!
Read the Union Leader article at; http://www.unionleader.com/article/20170622/NEWS23/170629783
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“Improve your memory – tell the truth.”
Toward the end of my drinking my memory got worse and worse. To start with, my mind was a big blur from being constantly loaded, or from recovering from a blackout. In addition, it got harder and harder to remember what story or excuse I had recently made up or who I had told what to. Because my drinking had become the most important thing in my life I had begun lying to protect it, and because most of the lies and stories I made up were followed by a drinking binge, I couldn’t keep anything straight. It’s no wonder people stopped hanging around me.
When I got sober and my head began to clear, I went right on lying and telling stories. As I worked the Steps what I realized was that I was lying to protect my ego and get my own way. I quickly found the truth in the statement that ‘self-centeredness and self-seeking’ was my natural state as an untreated alcoholic. It took a lot of inventories and conversations with my sponsor before I was ready to get honest. I also had to uncover, discover and discard a lot of character defects that were keeping me sick before I could fully recover.
Today my life is much easier now that my default is to just tell the truth. I no longer feel the need to defend or construct a big story because today I’ve learned how to be responsible and honest. Today I go through life looking for ways to be of service rather than to cheat or deceive. It’s a wonderful feeling to be able to look someone in the eye again and feel a part of the human race. And best of all, my memory has improved because today I tell the truth.
carfentanil on Wednesday April 26th, following New Hampshire overdose deaths that have been linked to the substance. As a result, the NH Information & Analysis Center prepared a bulletin about carfentanil; UPDATE: The NH Information & Analysis Center issued an update describing the current trends surround carfentanil use in New Hampshire on May 23, 2017.
The NH DHHS Emergency Services Unit has released a flyer with instructions on what to do if you’re exposed to carfentanil, as well as a flyer designed for first responders who might come in contact with it. In addition, the State epidemiologist has released a Health Alert on the deadly substance.
The current meetings in New Hampshire are: Tuesday 7PM Manchester Easter Seals Bldg 555 Auburn St. Manchester and Thursday 7:30-9PM Hampstead at the Congregational Church 61 Main St (Route 121) Hampstead.