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North Country Health Consortium

Wellness and Recovery Model

Wellness and Recovery Model

NCHC's Wellness and Recovery Model Program (WARM)

Learn more about NCHC's WARM Program

What can the WARM Program Provide?

What is a Community Health Worker/Recovery Coach (CHW/RC) and How Can We Help?

Definition: A Community Health Worker/Recovery Coach is a frontline public health worker interested in promoting recovery by removing barriers and obstacles to recovery. They are a trusted member of the community and serve as a personal guide and mentor for people seeking recovery.

To connect directly with a CHW/RC, please call: (603) 259-1729

Download WARM Program Resources!

Click the image below to download the Pathway Handout or download the Pathways to Recovery Brochure

 

Download other WARM Program Brochures and Materials:

Clinical Recovery Brochure

WARM Resource Card

Do you need support or information on local resources? Find your community below to access resources near you:

The following "What to do if?" documents provide resources for meeting basic needs, including food, shelter, housing, insurance, connections to treatment and recovery, and more:

Check out Alternative Therapies in the North Country!

 Check out upcoming trainings and events!

Interested in upcoming training and events? Check out NCHC's Event Page!

To view Non-NCHC local, regional, statewide, and national training information, go to: http://bit.ly/OtherTrainings

Looking for Recovery Coach Support?

CALL TODAY to connect directly with a CHW/RC, please call: (603) 259-1729

For more program information about the WARM Program, please contact Diana Gibbs, Senior Program Manager, at dgibbs@nchcnh.org or call 603-259-3700 ext. 222.

WARM Program Initiatives are supported by:

This project is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under grant number D04RH31641 for the Rural Health Care Services Outreach Grant Program and grant number H1URH32387 for the Rural Health Opioid Program. This information or content and conclusions are those of the author and should not be construed as the official position or policy of, nor should any endorsements be inferred by HRSA, HHS or the U.S. Government.

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