December 2020
We send you our warmest wishes for good health, hope, peace, and joy this holiday season!
´╗┐Thank you for being an important part of our community--
we are truly grateful for your support!
Upcoming Webinar
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Webinar Recording Now Available!
Hannaford Bags for a Cause
We are so excited to share that CADY has once again been selected to be a part of the Hannaford Helps Reusable Bag Program, which is designed to make it easy for customers to contribute to local nonprofits and while supporting the environment.

For the month of January, each time a $2.50 reusable Community Bag is purchased at the Hannaford located at in Plymouth, $1 will be donated to CADY!
Celebrating the Holidays with the
YAACs and JACs!
Holiday Scavenger Hunt
Happy Holidays to our Youth Advisory and Advocacy Council (YAAC) and Junior Action Club (JAC)! Although we weren't able to celebrate in a traditional way this year, these youth leaders commemorated the season with a Holiday Scavenger Hunt through Plymouth followed by and a surprise visit from Santa Claus!

A special thank you to M&M Scoops, The Common Man Inn, Plymouth Parks and Recreation, Plymouth Elementary School, Plymouth Regional High School, Main Street Station and Pease Public Library for participating!
FREE Parent Webinar Series
Central NH Health Partnership's
"We Wear a Mask Because,"
Support for Survivors of Suicide Loss
The Central NH Parent Advisory Council (PAC) represents the collective voice of parents in our region. Parent leaders inform CADY on current health-related concerns, needs, and trends, helping to influence changes in prevention policy and programming. This high-energy program provides a rewarding leadership opportunity for parents who want to help build healthy, safe environments and promising futures for kids in the Pemi-Baker and Newfound regions.  

For more information about joining the PAC, contact Liz Brochu at
Community Resources
FREE Substance Misuse Recovery Support Services Including:

  • One-to-one in person and telephone coaching
  • Support for people in ALL stages of recovery and along multiple recovery pathways
  • Help to find detox/rehab/treatment
  • Linking participants with other community resources, such as Intensive Outpatient Programs
  • Medication Assisted Treatment
  • Host location for meetings and other programs
  • Resources and support for family and friends

For more information about PARC, visit
The RISE Recovery Team at Mid-State Health Center is committed to helping improve participants quality of life by offering evidence-based, federally recognized treatment and recovery models proven to provide the best opportunity for success. RISE offers a variety of group SMART recovery meetings open to all in the community. 

Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP)
Services are offered at the Whole Village Family Resource Center in Plymouth and is co-located with the Plymouth Area Recovery Connection (PARC). While each person develops an individual treatment plan, in general, those in our IOP program will attend sessions that include individual and group counseling, medication-assisted treatment visit with a Mid-State medical provider, recovery support services, as well as education and ancillary education components to assist participants in re-establishing connections in the community. 

For more information about RISE Recovery Services, call 603-217-6300
FREE Deterra Bags Available!

The majority of teens abusing prescription drugs get them from family, friends and the home medicine cabinet. Unused prescription medication thrown in the trash can be retrieved and abused or illegally sold. Unused drugs that are flushed down the toilet contaminate the water supply. Proper disposal of unused drugs saves lives while protecting the environment.

To help address this need, CADY is offering free Deterra bags to the community in order to safely dispose of unwanted or unused medications.

For more information about getting Deterra Bags, contact
Emily Shanahan at
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