Recovery Coaching: Sign up to receive one-on-one support from a trained peer who has lived experiences like yours. Learn more about recovery coaching here. Once you have maintained your own recovery for a year or more, if you’re interested in becoming a recovery coach, we can support you to reach your desire to give back what you have received!
Telephone Recovery Support: (TRS) helps people in recovery stay in recovery. Sometimes just a phone call can make the recipient feel wanted, included and cared about. When making the call, the caller will often feel rewarded when they have spoken to someone and can share in their joy, share in their sorrow and know that sometimes just listening and speaking with another person helps them both immensely. Sign up to receive a weekly phone call or volunteer to make phone calls.
Support Groups are the most well known recovery support. The center welcomes groups from all pathways to use our facilities as a warm and welcoming meeting space. To use our facilities for your group, choose a time that is available and a space your group will feel most comfortable in and fill out the Use of Facility form. Cost is determined by ‘group conscience’ and all you have to do after that is abide by the Use of Facility Policies & Code of Conduct!
The following groups are currently available for you to attend.
Sundays: Narcotics Anonymous 9-10am
Sundays: Big Book Step Study 5-6:30pm
Mondays: Narcotics Anonymous 5:45-6:45pm
Wednesdays: All Recovery 6:30-8pm
Fridays: Heroin Anonymous 5:30-6:30pm
FREE Center Resources: Simply coming to visit the center will provide you with a host of resources. There is a resource library with a range of recovery related materials, books, dvds, and workbooks. If you just need a safe space to be to avoid using, you can come enjoy the company of other recoverees - playstation, board games, movies, coloring books and markers, sudoku and crossword puzzles, jigsaw puzzles and other entertainment available. If you need to work on any of your 8 dimensions of wellness you can check out a laptop or iPad, use the cubicle, phone, fax, printer, copier, ask about support finding community resources for food, shelter, clothing, showers, laundry etc. You are also welcome to use our address as a temporary mail forwarding option. All are welcome and while resources are free, we encourage you to become a sustaining member through a contribution or volunteering at the center.
FREE Daily Brunch: Chef Jason cooks up a big spread every day M-F and serves between 11am and 12pm to anyone in the community who stops by. Volunteers can choose to support the daily brunch by helping to prep, cook, serve, and clean up as well as organizing the food storage space or helping with the monthly pick up. All are welcome and while brunch is free, your donations help to sustain the program if you have the means!
FREE Weekly Yoga: Tuesday mornings at 9:30AM, Elizabeth from Lil R&R teaches an introductory yoga class and does gentle adjustments during class, she also gives you some matras for focus and suggests journal topics if you choose to journal between classes. All are welcome and while classes are free, your donations help to sustain the program if you have the means!
FREE Creative Re(dis)covery: Third Saturdays of every month from 1-5pm, join Maggie for a creative workshop. Dig in to a variety of arts and crafts materials or participate in a guided project. All are welcome and while the workshops are free, your donations help to sustain the program if you have the means!
FREE Live Music and Open Mic: First Saturdays of every month from 7-11pm, join Jake for a jam session. Sign up to perform or just come to listen. Other performance artists welcome to share talents with the group. This is an opportunity for music lovers to enjoy the live music without the distraction of substances usually found at other venues. All are welcome and while admission is free, your donations help to sustain the program if you have the means!
Our harm reduction program provides weekly and by appointment delivery of safe injection supplies including syringes, tourniquets, cookers, Narcan, cotton pellets, sterile water, basic self care items, condoms, fentanyl test strips, alcohol wipes, bandaids, health screenings, wound care and educational materials. Call or text 603-903-4049 to find out when and where deliveries take place. Clinics & wound care may be available as well. Talk to your outreach worker about your needs and we can always try to help find or build what is needed to keep you safe & alive while you’re still using.
Harm reduction is a set of practical strategies and ideas aimed at reducing negative consequences associated with drug use. Harm Reduction is also a movement for social justice built on a belief in, and respect for, the rights of people who use drugs. Harm reduction incorporates a spectrum of strategies from safer use, to managed use to abstinence to meet drug users “where they’re at,” addressing conditions of use along with the use itself. Because harm reduction demands that interventions and policies designed to serve drug users reflect specific individual and community needs, there is no universal definition of or formula for implementing harm reduction. - HRC
Call or text (603) 563-0837 to schedule your assessment and intake to join our Medication Assisted Recovery group. You’ll receive comprehensive MAT treatment & support once a week at the Keene Serenity Center. Better Life Partners provides a prescribing doctor, counselor and UA. KSCR provides a group facilitator, access to recovery coaches, and other resources to help you reach your recovery goals. The program is FREE of charge. Your insurance determines the amount you pay for your prescription, but Better Life Partners can help you navigate ways to save on your prescription costs as well.