is more important


your Recovery

Thank you for being a part of the solution!

The Press & 

Ambers Place

Ambers Story 

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. her story. 

What  if  someone YOU LOVE  is suffering from Substance Use Disorder?  


Dear Friends of Ambers Place, 

     Ambers Place is currently in transition to better serve our community  and it's cry for help with addiction..  We are working diligently to answer the cry for help from our community concerning the heroin epidemic.   

     We are grateful to our founding facilitating organization Hope for NH Recovery, for helping us birth a mission of crisis intervention for those who need immediate care.  Over 350 guests have been served in 4 months of operation though the love and dedication of the staff and volunteers at that organization.

    Thank you to all our funders and supporters, through donations & prayers we have made great strides in building a bridge of awareness and care  for so many in crisis.   

                                                                          -Kriss Blevens

                                                                          Founder, Ambers Place



a bridge to your recovery...


Ambers Place is currently transitioning. Recovery is about growth and change, not only in each individual but in the community as a whole.