HOPE for NH announces search for new Exec. Director

HOPE for NH Recovery seeks to remove barriers to care and supports long-term wellness.

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HOPE for NH Recovery looks to expand its leadership team, as current Executive Director Holly Cekala shifts focus.

MANCHESTER, NHHope for New Hampshire Recovery (HOPE), a nonprofit organization that provides recovery services to assist individuals and families living with substance use disorder, is expanding their leadership team.

A nationwide search for an executive director is scheduled to commence within the next 30 days.  Holly Cekala, HOPE’s current executive director, will be focusing her efforts on expanding the organization’s service contract relationships with medical and insurance providers. Said Cekala, “I am excited to have the opportunity to expand our ground-breaking collaboration with medical providers and leading insurers to bring recovery services to more New Hampshire residents.”

Board chair Scott Bickford expressed his support of the HOPE leadership team, adding, “Allowing Holly to direct her passion, talent, and experience on these innovative relationships will bring recovery services to more residents, while providing self-sustaining revenue to enable HOPE to continue to bring the unique recovery services that the organization is nationally recognized for.  The addition of a seasoned executive director will round out our leadership team to ensure that we continue to manage our rapid growth while providing authentic peer recovery services.”

Hope for New Hampshire Recovery works with all sectors to build a chronic disease community model for alcohol and drug addiction. The goal is to remove barriers to care and create the community architecture to support long-term wellness around addiction.

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