Hope for NH Recovery receives $75K from Brady Sullivan Properties

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Melissa Crews, left, (past HOPE for NH Board Chair) and Arthur Sullivan, Principal of Brady Sullivan Properties.
Melissa Crews, left, (past HOPE for NH Board Chair) and Arthur Sullivan, Principal of Brady Sullivan Properties.

MANCHESTER, NH – Brady Sullivan Properties has made a $75,000 donation through the Community Development Finance Authority’s Tax Credit Program in support of HOPE for NH Recovery’s move, renovation, and expansion into the new Manchester Recovery Community Center at 293 Wilson St. in Manchester, the former C.A. Hoitt Furniture building.

It is one of the largest single donations to date for the community center, which is focused on providing a support network for those in recovery from drug or alcohol addiction.

HOPE’s new location, which is on the first floor of the four-story building, will also be home to other community organizations including Families in Transition and the Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester. The donation from Brady Sullivan to HOPE will allow the organization to assist those seeking help with substance misuse find the services and support they need.

“It is important to us to lend a hand in helping those in our community suffering from heart breaking addictions, we know that Hope for NH Recovery is instrumental in providing opportunities for recovery and saving lives,” said Arthur Sullivan, of Brady Sullivan Properties.

“We rely heavily on support from community leaders like Brady Sullivan Properties and we are grateful for their investment in our efforts,” said Melissa Crews, past HOPE for NH Board chairman. “We know that it is with investors like them that we’ll be able to continue to help address the substance misuse epidemic.”

HOPE for NH Recovery believes all individuals suffering from addiction can recover.  HOPE’s centers throughout New Hampshire provide recovery support services, including peer-to-peer recovery coaching, telephone support, and community recovery center support.  The organization empowers members by providing resources, training and skill development, social events and a wide variety of mutual aid meetings for those with substance use disorder, family members and friends.  The objective is to increase the prevalence and quality of long-term recovery from alcohol and drug abuse, to celebrate recovery and provide support for continued success

If you or someone you know is struggling with substance use disorder, please call Hope at 603-935-7524.

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