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is more important

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your Recovery

In April 2014,  Amber Blevens died of a heroin overdose. She was 22 years old.  Her life story has ignited a passionate movement to save lives. ...read her story. 

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Recovery Respite 

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​​All charitable donations for Ambers Place can be made to:


Hope for NH Recovery

140 Central St.

Manchester NH 03103  


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Ambers Story 

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Dear Friends of Ambers Place, 

     Ambers Place is currently located at 140 Central Street in Manchester, NH at the Hope for NH Recovery Community  Center.  We are working diligently to answer the cry for help from our community concerning the heroin epidemic.   To be able to support our vision of being open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, we are seeking funding for our staffing needs.   Substance Use Disorder is not a 9-5 disease.  Any support you can offer will help us reach our goal of being open by January 1, 2016 or before.

      Ambers Place is a recovery respite,  a safe, warm,  welcoming place for anyone waiting for their recovery path to be revealed.  Our facility is staffed by Peer Recovery Coaches that can support their recovery path.

     We welcome your donations and fundraising ideas to support Ambers Place so that we can open our doors and help our suffering community.

                                                                          -Kriss Blevens

                                                                          Founder, Ambers Place

     

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