The following resources have been gathered by national recovery housing advocates. The New Hampshire Coalition of Recovery Residences does not officially endorse any particular source, document, or approach. The resources presented here are not intended to be a substitute for the services of an attorney or land use specialist. If you have a resource that would be of interest to those seeking or supporting recovery housing, please feel free to share the document with NHCORR at
Peer Recovery Support Services Community of Practice
April 24, 2019 Webinar
Standards for Recovery Housing and Building Capacity in New Hampshire
One Step, the #1 recommended mobile software app for sober living homes operators, is trusted by over 1,500 house managers and operators nationwide. Manage your house, engage residents, collect outcome data, track resident check-ins, notify residents of scheduled events and meetings, process payments, track rent, and streamline your intake process straight from your phone. NHCORR members are eligible to receive a 20% discount on One Step products. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Enforcing Civil Rights Obligations Through Innovative Use of Qui Tam and the False Claims Act
Westchester County, NY settles suit alleging the County had falsely certified that it had complied with its obligations to affirmatively further fair housing in order to receive over $50 million in federal housing funds.