Strengthening families. Creating new beginnings.

Opening Early 2023

We empower women to begin their unique recovery journeys in a safe and supportive environment. What makes Families Flourish unique is that we are committed to helping women and their children heal as a family by welcoming women to enter treatment alongside their children, eliminating the need to choose between intensive work on recovery and active parenting. We believe that when women and their children are able to heal together, they will flourish, with lifelong benefits for families, communities, and generations to come.

Supporting families flourish

Multiple donors have supported FFNE’s initiative, which has allowed us to launch this effort, and for that we are grateful. But we know that as we embark upon the next phase – renovating the future home of FFNE in New Hampshire’s Upper Valley – more donations are needed. If you are interested in our initiative and would like to support FFNE, feel free to contact us or make a direct donation by clicking the button below.

Request for proposals

Families Flourish Northeast (FFNE), requests architectural services to determine the overall feasibility and costs of redeveloping an existing 12,000 square foot building for use for an in-patient residential program for mothers in recovery and their children. Specific services to be rendered by the selected architect include:

  1. develop a scope of work for redeveloping the property in accordance with land available, zoning and permitting requirements, and owner needs,
  2. prepare construction documents,
  3. oversee the bidding process, and
  4. construction administration services.

FFNE’s intent is to review architect proposals and negotiate a contract with the selected firm for pre-development design work with the intent and option to contract with the selected architect for design development through the construction administration phase of the project.

To obtain a copy of the RFQ and specific project information, contact Kailene Jones by clicking contact us below. Complete response forms must be submitted and received by 5:00 PM, January 21, 2022. Minority-owned, women-owned, Section 3 businesses and locally-owned businesses are strongly encouraged to apply, and should identify and document themselves as such.

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of New Hampshire overdose deaths were women in 2019, supporting the well-known fact that accidental drug overdose is the leading cause of pregnancy-associated deaths in New Hampshire
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of infants born in New Hampshire hospitals between May 1 and October 31, 2020, were monitored after birth due to prenatal substance exposure • Cannabis was the most common exposure, followed by opioids.
children involved in assessments by the New Hampshire Division of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF) were born drug exposed in 2019.
“If I hadn’t committed to treatment while I was pregnant, I wouldn’t have my son today.”
– FFNE Program Planning Volunteer

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If you are in imminent danger or need immediate assistance, please dial 9-1-1.

Or call 9-8-8, the Nationwide Mental Health Crisis and Suicide Prevention hotline.

For 24/7 help with recovery needs and social services, please dial 2-1-1.