Strategic Plan

The Dismas Home Strategic Plan

Reasonable Accommodations POLICY: 

It is the policy of Dismas Home that qualified individuals with disabilities are not discriminated against because of their disability regarding access to services or employment within the agency. It is further the policy of Dismas Home to provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities in all aspects of the service delivery process and employment.  For purposes of this policy, the term “disability” is used with the understanding that it has the same meaning as “handicap” in state and federal law. (See Section 504 of the Federal Rehabilitation Act and 45 CFR 85.3; Americans with Disabilities Act and 29 CFR 1630).  


Providing Accommodations  

  1. Each request for accommodation shall be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. The employee or resident will be involved in the process of determining potential reasonable accommodations. 
  2. The decision to approve or disapprove an accommodation request must be made by the Executive Director in writing and provided to the resident or employee within 20 working days after the filing of a request. 
  3. Where there is more than one effective accommodation, the final decision as to which accommodation will be provided shall be made by Executive Director after consideration of the wishes of the individual, the documentation provided, and advice from other appropriate personnel.  

Job title

Part Time CRSW (Certified Recovery Support Worker)


Dismas Home of New Hampshire


Manchester, NH 03102

Street address

102 4th Street, Manchester, NH, USA

Salary and Benefits
$18-$20 (commensurate with experience)

Job opening

15-20 hours per week (overnights and weekends)

Primary Responsibilities:
Provide support with daily living tasks helping to facilitate residents living ordinary lives
Provide assistance with mental health and physical concerns
Help to identify early signs of relapse and support treatment and recovery of residents
Complete personal property checks/room checks
Administer random drug tests
Monitor and document Self-administration of Medication for residents – will train
Assist with volunteer activities on the premises of Dismas Home
Attend weekly staff supervision meeting

Skills and Abilities:
Ability to complete documentation/shift notes, and tasks related to Dismas Home policies
Ability to assist and support residents with goals related to recovery, sobriety and personal life
Ability to work collaboratively with other Dismas Home team members/staff
Provide leadership and foster community growth among staff and residents
Ability to consistently exercise sound judgement in a crisis situation
Strong communication skills
Strong interpersonal skills

A minimum of an Associates Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Criminal Justice, Human Services or related counseling field, or Certified Recovery Support Worker (CRSW) preferred. If the minimum qualifications are not met, hiring will be dependent upon skills and experience with working in a supervised residential care.
First Aid for adults as well as AED trained preferred, but will train


Please submit a resume to Cheryll Andrews, Executive Director [email protected]

“I cannot tell you how much having the opportunity to go back to school to fulfill my dreams means to me. I have had a passion for animals and animal care since I was very young. I never thought I would have the opportunity to be able to fulfill those dreams. I am truly grateful for the simple fact that a complete stranger believes in me enough to financially help me follow my dreams. This single gesture has given me faith and confidence in myself, and a belief that I won’t fail. I’ve spent my entire life thinking I wasn’t good enough to live a sober, happy, and fulfilling life. Today, I know in my heart that I am finally on my way to where I’m supposed to be.”

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