What we do

What We Do
Providing Re-entry into the community


Our home offers residential, rehabilitation services and is conveniently located in a quiet neighborhood on the West Side of Manchester, New Hampshire. Our location is ½ mile from downtown Manchester, close to employment opportunities, community services, and self-help, recovery support groups.

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) acknowledges that Substance Use Disorder is directly linked to trauma and underlying every addiction is pain, collateral damage from a lifetime of complex traumas. It takes time to recover, and recovery requires clinical therapy and individual case support in a safe and loving environment.


Dismas Home offers a supportive, non-discriminatory, nurturing, family-like environment in which residents are treated with the utmost dignity and respect. The program’s holistic approach to services reflects the Dismas Home mission to do whatever is necessary to help residents heal and transform their lives, beginning a life-long journey of recovery and sobriety as a contributing member of society. Comprehensive support services are available to residents during their entire stay. 


Residents are actively involved in planning and initiating transition back to the community at large. 

The transitional program is designed to support residents through education, training, therapy, and recovery services. In addition, The Dismas Home program staff assist residents in the search for housing, employment and offer the opportunity to learn life skills in preparation for their reentry into the community. 

Once a resident has made the transition back into the community, Dismas Home offers wrap-around services to continue the support needed to re-establish strong positive connections that will empower long-term success.


Your Donation Can Turn Lives Around If you or your organization want to be a part of the transformation during this pivotal time, there are many ways to donate and change lives. “Just that one connection could save somebody’s life.”

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