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Congratulations to the following workplaces for receiving Recovery Friendly Workplace (RFW) designation certificates from the Office of Governor Sununu:

369 Management DBA Dunkin' receives RFW designation
L to R: Shawn Salema, Franchisee and Isaac Salema, Franchisee, 369 Management dba Dunkin' receive their RFW designation certificate for their 11 Dunkin' franchise locations in the Greater Seacoast region of NH.
Greater Seacoast Community Health receives RFW designation certificate
From L to R: John Burns, SOS Recovery Community Organization, Goodwin Community Health; Ashley Wright, Strafford County Public Health Network; Sam Lewandowski, Recovery Friendly Advisor; Karen Morton-Clark, Recovery Friendly Advisor; Eva Leyer, Greater Seacoast Community Health; Lara D. Willard, Greater Seacoast Community Health
MWV Supports Recovery receives RFW designation certificate
L to R for Mount Washington Valley (MWV) Supports Recovery Coalition: Janice Spinney, President; Jason Garrett, Recovery Coach; Rosemary Normandin, CRSW, Director of Programs
Chameleon Group receiving certificate from Recovery Friendly Advisor
Dana Lariviere, President & CEO, and Vinny Bossi, Chief Operating Officer of Chameleon Group, receive designation certificate from Karen Morton-Clark, Recovery Friendly Advisor.
Genfoot receives RFW designation
Mark Bonta, Plant Manager of Genfoot, Inc., receives RFW designation certificate from Karen Morton-Clark, Recovery Friendly Advisor.
The Lawson Group receives Recovery Friendly Workplace certificate
Scott Lawson, President, and Cheryl Coletti-Lawson, Chief Operating Officer, as well as other team members of The Lawson Group receive RFW designation certificate.
Cameron Ford from Headrest receives designation certificate from Shannon Bresaw, Program Director
Cameron Ford, Executive Director of Headrest, receives RFW designation certificate from Shannon Bresaw, RFW Program Director. 
W.H. Bagshaw, Inc. receives designation certificate
Aaron Bagshaw, President, and Adria Bagshaw, Vice President of W.H.Bagshaw, Inc., receive RFW designation certificate from David Mara, Governor's Advisor on Addiction & Behavioral Health.

In the News

WMUR, US Drug Czar Gets at State's Recovery Friendly Workplace Program, June 27, 2019

NHPR, CDFA Names Non-Profit Partners For Recovery Friendly Workplace Initiative, April 29, 2019

The Union Leader, Grants awarded to support 'recovery friendly workplace' programs, April 27, 2019

Foster’s Daily Democrat, SOS to share grant funding from finance authority, April 26, 2019

The Laconia Daily Sun, Navigating Recovery receives state grant, April 26, 2019

CDFA Press Release: Program Director Announcement

HIPPO Article: Tackling Workplace Stigma

NHPR Article: Sununu Expands Workplace Drug Recovery, March 27, 2018

Concord Monitor - March 26, 2018

NBC Nightly News Special

Office of the Governor Press Release - March 1, 2018

Union Leader - March 1, 2018 - March 8, 2018 

US News & World Report - March 1, 2018

Other Information

Facing Addiction Logo

The Recovery Friendly Workplace Initiative is thrilled to announce our first Official National Non-profit Partner, Facing Addiction, a national non-profit organization dedicated to finding solutions to the addiction crisis by unifying the voice of the over 45 million Americans and their families directly impacted by addiction. Facing Addiction recently merged with the National Council on Alcoholism and Other Drug Dependence (NCADD). Co-Founder, Greg Williams, has been an integral part of launching this initiative and we are grateful for his support and guidance.