Climb for Recovery! Supports Phoenix House New Hampshire

Thursday, October 16th, 2014
Family fun at Climb for Recovery

Family fun at Climb for Recovery

A warm, sunny day in early autumn. . . a beautiful New Hampshire landscape. . . an invigorating hike to the summit of Pack Monadnock Mountain. . . a delicious barbecue lunch with live music. This may just be the recipe for a perfect fall day, and Phoenix House New Hampshire’s 2014 Climb for Recovery! was just such an example of a beautiful fall event.

With more than 150 people – from toddlers to seniors – in attendance, this year’s Climb was the most successful ever. An enthusiastic and energetic team from Phoenix House New Hampshire’s program staff and Community Advisory Boards helped ensure that everything ran smoothly and that everyone had a safe and happy experience. The event also attracted the attention of the local media, with an article in the Monadnock Ledger-Transcript, Peterborough, New Hampshire’s leading newspaper.

Now in its fifth year, Climb for Recovery! annually raises critical funds for Phoenix House New Hampshire’s substance abuse treatment and recovery programs. These range from comprehensive residential rehabilitation for adults in Dublin and Franklin, adolescent residential care with academic tutoring, outpatient services, and transitional and recovery housing for those just beginning their lives in sobriety.

If someone you care for is struggling with drugs or alcohol, please call Phoenix House today at 888 671 9392. Help is just a phone call away!

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  • Dennis Chamberlin

    When will the climb be this year.

    Also i noticed on the Website you have success stories. I have been clean and sober 18 year’s and got my fresh start thru phoenix house in Keene NH back then was called Marothon house because i am so great full for my fresh start in life.i continue to be a part of Phoenix house every Thanksgiving . I would share my story if u like.

  • ljohnson

    Hi Dennis, Thanks for your comment, and congratulations on your 18 years in recovery! We will check on the date of the next climb and send you an email with more information, and we will also include more details on how to share your story.