Recovery International

State: 
New Hampshire
Location: 
Manchester, NH
Contact: 
Marilyn at 603-624-0086, nh.recovery@gmail.com

If You Are Struggling With:

* Stress and Tension
* Anxiety
* Panic
* Depression
* Fatigue
* Insomnia
* Worry
* Fears
* Anger
* Obsessions
* Compulsions
* Feeling Helpless or Hopeless
* Other Emotional Problems

Recovery International can help you to help yourself!

Help yourself manage depression, anxiety and other emotional problems with this long-proven cognitive-behavioral method from non-profit Recovery International. Learn and practice this highly effective self-help method at open weekly meetings. Recovery is a volunteer-run organization, and you are welcome at any meeting. Participation and donations are strictly voluntary.

The Recovery Method is a compilation of many simple yet practical coping techniques. To gain inner peace, members learn how to change the way they react to the people and situations they have no control over. Members also learn how to identify and manage negative thoughts, feelings, beliefs, and behaviors that can lead to emotional distress and stress related physical symptoms. The techniques are learned through regular attendance at meetings, studying the Recovery literature, and daily practice. Learn more about the Recovery Method at our website.

Our program is designed to work in conjunction with professional mental health services. Recovery International is not affiliated with any religion or belief system, and is operated entirely by non-professionals.

Meetings are held weekly. There is no required fee, and no reservations are necessary. Just show up!

The Manchester Recovery group meets every Monday from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester at 401 Cypress St., corner of Auburn and Cypress streets, Manchester.

Enter the parking lot from Auburn Street and park and enter at the Cypress Center side of building. Ring the doorbell and the attendant will buzz you in. The meeting room is straight ahead down the hall as you enter.

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