MWV Supports 

Helping our community advocate for those struggling with Substance Use Disorder

We continue to follow CDC guidelines. Please read our COVID-19 PROTOCOL ANNOUNCEMENT

ArtWorks Gallery and Chocorua Creative Arts Center are holding the 2nd Annual Charity Silent Auction beginning with an Opening Kickoff Friday November 5th from 5 to 7 PM where patrons and supporters may bid on art, fine craft items, sculpture, fiber, ceramics, glass, jewelry and photography from our talented artists as well as goods and services donated by our business partners. The funds raised from the month long auction will be distributed between Tamworth Community Nurses and MWV Supports Recovery Coalition, our social service focus this giving season.

Please come join us in person at the Gallery, 132 White Mt. Hwy/Rt. 16 in Chocorua Village otherwise open Fridays through Mondays from 10 am to 5 pm or view items on line at www.chocoruaartworks.com and call in your bids up until December 12th at 603-323-8041. You need not be present to win. It’s an excellent way to shop for the holidays while supporting these worthy non profits and really getting into the spirit of the season. We enrich the community each time we invest in it. We invite you to become a part of this sharing event.

ArtWorks Gallery/CCAC

We are excited to share the following information with you as one of our very own board members, Robin Hain, was a part of this project. She and many others share their authentic stories and are on a mission to not only help you find, choose, and live more joy in your life, but also share more joy with the world!
Please spread the JOY by sharing the official launch information with friends and family.
Orders can be placed for kindle or books version of "The Book on Joy" on October 14, 2021.
Get more details about the book, the launch & the authors by visiting www.thebookonjoy.com.
Mount Washington Valley Supports Recovery Coalition is a Non-Profit Recovery Community Organization. We are a recovery friendly workplace and have resources for anyone seeking a recovery path. MWV Supports Recovery was formed to assess the needs of the community, develop action plans to support, educate and empower our community and thus promote successful long-term recovery. Our focus is on celebrating the recovery movement and breaking down the stigma and discrimination by creating a unified voice for positive change. Trained recovery coaches walk side by side with individuals and their families assisting with needed resources and support, and we are working with every possible sector in this community to bring recovery support programs to the valley. We are here to support advocacy through a broader stage and make continued services available to those struggling with substance use disorder. 

With the support of Carroll County Peer Recovery Support Services (CCPRSS), MWV Supports Recovery and The Shed and The Shed North have teamed up to create an Emergency Response Team. Trained peer recovery coaches will be available to assist with needed resources and support in emergency room visits at Memorial Hospital of individuals and families experiencing substance use disorders. This is a recognized critical time of need within the recovery community where all paths of recovery can be promoted and early intervention is necessary.

Learn more about our 

All Female Transitional Housing Program, 

The Endeavor House

Certified Recovery Coaches offering
Telephone Recovery Support

Be informed about our 

Resource Center's Schedule of Programs

  Getting involved is greatly appreciated. Please visit our Support page