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Serenity Place has been providing critical substance use disorder services for adult men and women for over 36 years in downtown Manchester. We are a collaborative community partner focused on your needs for recovery – whether it is providing you with services or connecting you with the necessary resources. 

Our trained counselors and staff are here to reinforce your commitment to yourself, your family, and your life. The Crisis Site is available 24/7. Give us a call no matter the time
of day.

Recovery starts here and now.  603.625.6980

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News and Events


Serenity Place is excited to announce that they have received a $750,000 tax credit award from the Community Development Finance Authority (CDFA) for Serenity Place 2.0, a project that will address the increased need for accessible treatment options in Downtown Manchester with a plan to expand into and renovate a prominent downtown location.  We are very excited about this new opportunity and are looking forward to increasing access to much needed recovery services in Downtown Manchester.   Stay tuned for more details!!  For more information about CDFA and its programs visit www.nhcdfa.org.

We are grateful to Senator Boutin for his support.  Pictured in this photo from left to right:  Sharon Drake, Serenity Place CEO, Senator David Boutin, Stephanie Bergeron, Serenity Place Development Director and Linda Gallagher Community Development Consultant who was instrumental in preparing the CDFA application.
 

Serenity Place received a $5000.00 grant from the Bishop's Charitable Assistance Fund for support during the pre-implementation phase of Serenity West, a 28 day inpatient drug and alcohol treatment program for adult men and women on the West side of Manchester. The Bishop's Charitable Assistance Fund makes grants to tax-exempt organizations without regard to religious affiliation for projects that help people in New Hampshire meet their basic needs. The fund is operated by volunteer lay men and women who serve as Directors and who make recommendations to the Bishop of Manchester for grants to any organization in New Hampshire whose mission is consistent with the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. The fund raises money through solicitation of individuals, businesses and philanthropic organizations. An annual accounting of funds raised and disbursements is available at www.catholicnh.org

We are grateful for the $2500.00 grant received from the Woman’s Fund of NH for Lin’s Place. 
–Thank you! 

Save the date!  The 20th Annual Courage to Change Award event will be held Thursday. September 18, 2014.  For information on becoming a sponsor, click here (PDF).

You can also contact Stephanie Bergeron at sbergeron@serenityplace.org, or 603.625.6980. We are also in need of items for our live and silent auction.
 

 

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