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RALI NH Collaborates with Local Partners and Senator Jeb Bradley for National Recovery Month

Contact: Brennan Ward, RALI New Hampshire

September 20, 2021, New Hampshire – The Rx Abuse Leadership Initiative (RALI) of New Hampshire, a statewide coalition of community organizations on the front lines of fighting the opioid epidemic, is celebrating National Recovery Month with the help of local partners and State Senator Jeb Bradley. To raise awareness of the intersection between mental health and substance misuse for those working towards recovery, RALI New Hampshire has created a limited video series that offers valuable insights from recovery professionals and encourages those struggling with mental health to seek help.

“I want to congratulate RALI New Hampshire for producing this important mental health series,” said State Senator Jeb Bradley. “It is critical that we continue to support those in our communities struggling with substance misuse and mental health challenges and to provide them with the resources and support that they need.”

The new series can be viewed on where you can hear from RALI New Hampshire partners on mental health issues and how they relate to substance misuse. The series will have messages from the following New Hampshire leaders:

  • State Senator Jeb Bradley, New Hampshire, District 3;

  • Bree Norton, Recovery Services Coordinator, Reality Check;

  • Sara Lutat, Clinical Director, Dismas Home of New Hampshire;

  • Connor Boyle, Founder, Revival Wilderness Therapy;


The Rx Abuse Leadership Initiative (RALI) of New Hampshire supports programs that help prevent the misuse of prescription medicines so that more lives can be saved from the opioid crisis. We do this by bringing together community leaders and elected officials who are committed to finding effective solutions and sharing ideas that will make a difference across the state.

  • Capitol Area Public Health Network

  • CADCA (Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America)

  • Chucky’s Fight

  • CODE 3

  • Dismas Home of New Hampshire

  • Foundation for Healthy Communities

  • Granite Pathways, Safe Harbor Recovery Center

  • Hope on Haven Hill

  • Makin’ It Happen

  • National Sheriffs’ Association

  • New England Rural Health Association

  • New Hampshire Hospital Association

  • New Hampshire Police Association

  • New Hampshire Sheriff’s Association

  • New Hampshire State Grange

  • New Hampshire Troopers Association

  • North Country Serenity Center

  • PhRMA (Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America)

  • Reality Check

  • The Partnership for a Drug Free NH

  • The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America

  • Zero Left Campaign

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