New Initiative-FEDUP

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We are in the midst of the worst drug addiction epidemic in United States history.

The epidemic is having a catastrophic impact on families and communities and is placing tremendous strain on our health care system, businesses, and local and state governments.


The mission of The FED UP! Coalition is to create one voice calling for an end to the epidemic of addiction and overdose deaths attributed to opioids (including heroin) and other prescription drugs.

The FED UP! Coalition is working to find ways to:

  • Prevent our children, friends, and loved ones from becoming addicted to opioids
  • Ensure that people suffering from opioid addiction have access to affordable, evidence-based treatment
  • Support and enable recovery
  • Eliminate opioid overdose deaths.

Empathy Practice Group at Safe Harbor

Empathy Practice Group is held on Thursdays at 9:30am – 11am at Safe Harbor in Portsmouth:

Learn to Connect To Yourself And Others

“The ability to connect with self and relate to others is the force that moves recovery forward” – and it can be learned!

Using the Connection Practice in Recovery:

• resolves and prevents conflict by increasing rapport and understanding
• taps into your best intelligence for creative problem solving
• creates a heightened sense of belonging, decreasing relapse
• develops greater self-confidence and resilience
• accelerates healing and self-forgiveness, cutting through resistance to change

How the Connection Practice Works:

Combining empathy and insight increases your ability to skillfully respond to whatever comes up in your life.
– Empathy is attained through a conscious connection to your feelings and needs and those of others at any given moment.
– Insight is accessed through heart-brain coherence, which is when the heart, mind and emotions are in sync with one another. Through coherence the reactions of the amygdala (the center of emotional memories in the brain) are reduced and you think more clearly.

For more information reach out to Angela Whiting at Safe Harbor Recovery Center;


This event is free and open to the public:


The drug & alcohol epidemic in New Hampshire is part of a much larger national public health crisis. Find out how you can help.
TIME:  10am – 1pm
WHERE:  Woodbound Inn
247 Woodbound Road, Rindge, NH
– Importance of Prevention

​-  Current Treatment Challenges

–  Community-based Recovery Support Services

-​  Joining the Addiction Workforce

–  Community Engagement & Volunteering

We must work together to make an impact because losing another life is just not acceptable.  We look forward to seeing you.

For more information:                      
    (603) 532-9888                               

21 Goodnow Street, Jaffrey, NH 03452, United States You may unsubscribe or change contact details
Paid for in part by a White House ONDCP, Drug-Free Communities Grant