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The mission of Live Free Recovery Services and structured sober living Homes in New Hampshire is to help men and women recover from chronic drug and alcohol addiction. We do this through the multiple pathways to recovery, the 12- steps, and a Medicated Assisted Treatment philosophy.
We believe that in our sober living homes in NH, working through the actions of the 12 steps you can be restored to a sense of wellbeing, peace, and contentment. This does not exclude those who are using Medicated Assisted Treatment to facilitate their journey in recovery. Medicated Assisted Treatment is a new concept in the sober living home atmosphere in New Hampshire. We do not discriminate against those choosing to save their lives by using this program and we welcome you to our sober living homes in New Hampshire. Allowing you to grow while staying alive is more important than anything. We do NOT provide the Medicated Assisted Treatment in our homes, we only allow those who are using this path to addiction recovery to stay at our sober homes in New Hampshire.
We also use and apply the 12 Steps in all of our sober living homes in New Hampshire. This program that was originated in the room of Alcoholics Anonymous. It has been proven to be incredibly effective in the approach of helping not only addiction but the overall well-being of a person. Using a mentally, physically, spiritually centered approach, the 12 Steps provide many tools and processes. All of these will contribute to a new wonderful life in recovery from addiction in New Hampshire.
Live Free Recovery and Sober Living has many locations throughout the beautiful state of New Hampshire. The first sober living home was opened in Manchester, New Hampshire by a well-known recovery advocate as well as a person in recovery, Ryan Gagne. Seeing a need for quality sober living homes in NH, Ryan began creating sober living homes in New Hampshire that are really a step above what you usually encounter when attending sober living. Ryan believes that you shouldn’t have to suffer while getting well in recovery from addiction and his sober living homes show that. The amount of care that is provided, with amazing facilities, is really a step above from what is usually encountered when entering sober living in New Hampshire.
We want you to be the absolute amazing person we know you are. Join us today and begin your journey.
Sober Life In New Hampshire
Gaining a life of sobriety in New Hampshire is truly a gift. The sprawling landscapes will take your breath away. You can go hiking at any time. In each season you have something enjoyable to do in nature.
The addiction recovery community is amazing and always available to help you on your journey. The state of New Hampshire has implemented the groundbreaking Recovery Friendly Workforce Initiative which will provide workplaces with information and resources to promote health, well-being, and recovery for themselves and their family members struggling with addiction.
New Hampshire understands that the problem with drugs and alcohol will not be solved easily and is working to provide outstanding treatment and living options. Live Free Recovery and Sober Living Homes in New Hampshire works hand in hand with the state of New Hampshire in developing the best standards of sober living.
So when you choose Live Free Recovery and Sober Living Homes in New Hampshire you can be sure you are getting the best quality living conditions and opportunities to excel in your journey into recovery from addiction. You may also find our services on the web.
Meet Ryan Gagne
Ryan was raised in Hudson, New Hampshire by a wonderful family.
No one would have suspected that Substance Abuse Disorder would shape his life. All activities, hobbies, and life ambitions had fell victim to Ryan’s struggle with SUD. Later he found himself in many addiction treatment centers over the years trying to achieve lasting sobriety.
Finally, in March of 2008, the message of addiction recovery stuck with him. From that point, he has dedicated his life to helping other people. His goal is to help them find the freedom and happiness they seek through recovery from drug and alcohol addiction that he has found. Ryan believes completely in treating SUD by treating the Mind, Body, and Spirit.
Since then Ryan has maintained and remained extremely active in his personal Recovery from addiction. He has also gone back to school for Criminal Justice at Great Bay Community College after only having a 6th-grade education. His dream was to go back into the correctional facilities and develop models for rehabilitation. Helping the people who are incarcerated for SUD related issues get the appropriate help they need.
While in school, Ryan took a job in SUD Treatment and fell in love with the work. Ryan started off by landing a role as a Case Manager at the addiction treatment provider. He then fell into a Facility Operations Manager role where he worked his way into the Chief Operating Officer. Ryan also has experience being the Director of Admissions and Marketing where he established and maintained both local and national relationships with other Substance Abuse Treatment Providers.
In October 2015, Ryan founded Live Free Recovery and Sober Living in New Hampshire which provided highly structured supports and high levels of accountability for highly motivated residents. After seeing a need to have a higher level of care through the many deaths around New England. Ryan partnered with some like-minded folks and opened New England Recovery and Wellness in December of 2016. Later, in 2017 Ryan opened Live Free Recovery and Sober Living for Women in New Hampshire. A beautiful women’s house that really raises the bar for affordable sober living but creating a stunning environment for women to recover. In 2019 Live Free Recovery and Sober Living added 24 beds facility in Keene, New Hampshire. Live Free Recovery and Sober Living in Keene, New Hampshire has been created to be the most affordable Extended Care Sober Living in the State of New Hampshire.
Ryan’s goal to add 70-80 low cost, high-quality Sober Living beds across the state is more than halfway complete. Stay tuned as the journey continues.
Published on: 2020-11-04
Updated on: 2023-03-09