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History of NHCORR  

A group of people who are passionate about quality recovery housing started NHCORR in 2017. They envisioned a voluntary certification board of recovery houses that would determine the minimum quality standards for ethically operating peer-based recovery residences focused on best practices of support for people in recovery. The volunteer board took a grassroots approach to start the organization. They followed National Alliance for Recovery Residences (NARR) standards, reworked the language, and developed state standards for certification.


NHCORR hired its first employee, Executive Director Kim Bock, in January of 2020. 

NHCORR is an affiliate of National Alliance for Recovery Residences (NARR), a nonprofit dedicated to expanding the availability of well-operated, ethical and supportive recovery housing through its national standard for the operation of recovery residences.

Board of Directors

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Kristine Paquette

Executive Board Member - chair

Kristine is the owner of Homestead Inn Recovery Residence in Boscawen and has worked as a nurse in the field of substance-use disorder treatment at Hampstead Hospital and New Freedom Academy. She is one of the original leaders that worked with the National Alliance of Recovery Residences to start its New Hampshire affiliate, NHCORR, and secured its funding from the NH Department of Health and Human Services. Kristine also serves on the Governor’s Recovery Task Force as a resource to the Merrimack County Recovery Court. At NHCORR, she has served on the Certification Committee, the Ombudsman Advisory Committee, and as a certification volunteer. Kristine is an indefatigable advocate for and friend of those in recovery.

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Steve Draper

Executive Board Member - Treasurer

Steve is the owner of The Insurance Doctor LLC, in Manchester, and opened the first Liberty Tax Service in the state. He brings extensive expertise in liability and property insurance coverage to recovery residences. A friend to those in recovery, Steve is an active certification volunteer and served on the Certification Committee. A lifelong resident of New Hampshire and a volunteer with numerous organizations, he understands how important it is to support local communities.


Adam Moulton

Board Member at Large

Adam is the owner and operator of the Reverence House in Laconia, NH. Adam has a background working in the treatment industry as an alcohol and drug counselor. Adam also has experience educating others about the disease of addiction, the brain, trauma, and human behavior as a whole. Adam worked in the Recovery field in multiple locations across several states providing him a broader understanding of treatment styles and approaches to the disease of addiction. Adam is exceptionally passionate and committed to sharing his knowledge and experience with struggling families while helping as many people suffering from Substance Use Disorders (SUD) along the way. 


Andy Moser

Board Member at Large

Andy is the owner/operator of RJM Recovery Homes in Manchester. A certified recovery coach, Andy identifies as a person in long-term recovery and has extensive experience working and volunteering in many aspects of the state’s recovery efforts. He served as manager of a Hope for New Hampshire Recovery Center and as a supervisor and outreach coordinator for a local treatment program. Andy recently earned his real estate license after a long career in sales.


Anthony Salvucci

Board Member at Large

Anthony serves as the Residential Director for Tabula Rasa. A retired firefighter, Anthony has always had a passion for helping others. He also serves as co-founder of the non-profit The Fraternal Order of Firefighter Military Veterans, which has successfully trained over 450 first responders in the peer support model. He strongly believes in the value of the social model of recovery, and the power of accountability. 

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Monica Edgar

Board Member at Large

Monica Edgar holds licenses both as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner and as a master level alcohol and drug counselor. She earned her Master's from Rivier College in New Hampshire, and graduated as a member of Sigma Theta Tau National Honor Society. She attended Castleton State College in Vermont for her undergraduate degree in Nursing. Ms. Edgar has almost 40 years of experience in the treatment of substance use disorders (SUD), primarily in the outpatient setting. Currently, she is the Director of Substance Use Services at Concord Hospital and employed as Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner at Riverbend Community Mental Health Center's SUD program. Additionally, she has been a member of the board for NH Coalition of Recovery Residences since March of 2023.


Ryan McKenna

Board Member at Large

As a business-savvy transactional attorney, Ryan thrives at addressing issues occurring at the intersection of law and business, and has drafted countless business and other agreements and policies over the course of a decade. Formerly serving as the General Counsel and an executive for financial institutions in both the Seattle and the Boston markets, Ryan understands business needs from the inside, out and can often bridge the gap between outside counsels methods and inside business needs. Ryan enjoys a robust family life in Bedford, NH, as well as grappling (Brazilian juijitsu). He enjoys hiking and other outdoor activities in the White Mountains.


Mallory Chumas

Executive Board Member - co-chair

Mallory is the owner and operator of Mallory K Social, a social media consultancy based in Manchester, NH. Her agency creates engaging social media experiences and high-quality content and designs. Mallory is a service-oriented and community-minded leader driven to impact New Hampshire and its recovery community members positively. She joined the NHCORR Board in 2021 and currently serves on the Fundraising Committee.

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Michelle LeClerc

Executive Board Member - Secretary

Michelle is the director of Recovery Housing for Rise Above Sober Living in Nashua. She also supervises the Substance Use Disorder (SUD) treatment program and oversees the technicians at Process Recovery Center and Integrate Recovery. Michelle is chair of the Certification Committee and is one of our most active volunteers. She is passionate about the effectiveness of sober living. Her personal experiences and expertise inspire all those who are in recovery, no matter that stage they are in.


Ryan Gagne

Board Member at Large

Ryan is the owner and operator of Live Free recovery housing. Ryan is experienced with family education, program coordination, and marketing. He is a dedicated and enthusiastic professional with over decade of experience helping individuals create models of Rehabilitation and help people recover from Substance Misuse Disorder. 

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Jonathan Gerson

Board Member at Large

Jonathan personally experienced the turbulent cycles of addiction. Despite this, he was able to develop a career in the legal field in the greater Boston area. After successfully completing a detox program in Boston, Jonathan stepped down to a structured sober living program in Manchester, NH. It was there that he found unity and recovery like he has never experienced before. Understanding the value of quality recovery housing from first hand experience, Jonathan was inspired to create Into Action Sober Living. His diligent efforts built a network of partnerships with the community, the state and private agencies alike; expanding their reach to those in need. “It is an honor to participate and serve an organization that works for an incredibly underserved and vulnerable population,” says Jonathan Gerson.


Henry Tipping

Board Member at Large

Henry Tipping is a current student at UNH Law and joined NHCORR June 2022 as a summer intern, researching and developing best practice guides. Although Henry returned to school in the fall, he remained active within the organization as a board member. He also serves on the Ethics and Concerns committee.


Dana Lariviere

Board Member at Large

As founder and CEO of the Chameleon Group, Dana Lariviere provides a wealth of experience from a career that has spanned more than 20 years. He has managed worldwide sales and sales channel operations for companies such as Aprisma Management Technologies, Digital Networks and Cabletron Systems. He has experience at levels in senior executive sales and operational positions in the North America and EMEA markets. This combination of both direct and indirect sales channels for hardware, software and services, as well as his demonstrated expertise in all facets of sales operations, brings a distinct and unique advantage to our customers at Chameleon Group.


Erik Becker

Board Member at Large

Erik is the Housing Stability Program Director for the Tri County Community Action Program providing experience with fundraising, production, promotion, events, community activism and addiction awareness.

Advisory Board

Advisory Board

Kevin Connor - chair
Karen Collins
Erin Helms
Justin Holsapple
Daisy Pierce



Kim Bock - Executive Director
Dawn Catalanotti - Program Manager
Alexis Cox - Program Assistant


Board Meetings

Our public board meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month at 3:30pm. Board meetings are hybrid both  at our office which is located at 2 1/2 Beacon Street in Concord, NH and through zoom. For more info, email

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