Sober Sisters Featured on NHPTV’s “Roads to Recovery”

On May 26, 2017, Sober Sisters Recovery was featured on the first episode of the New Hampshire Public Television series, Roads to Recovery. Rather than look at the problem of substance use disorder, Roads to Recovery was created to focus on the solutions available to our communities. The first episode in the series featured a panel discussion exploring how support and community are crucial for those recovering from substance use disorder to make a healthy transition.

In addition to the panel, personal stories of recovery pathways were shared through video segments and interviews. Our own Moné Cassier was filmed for one of these segments on location at Sober Sisters Recovery. In the piece, Moné explains what recovery means for her as she welcomes women to the safety, structure, and comfort of Malley Farm.

Watch the entire program online at NHPTV »
(Moné’s interview begins at minute 29:12.)

About Roads to Recovery

New Hampshire Public Television recognizes that New Hampshire has some of the highest rates of substance use disorder in the country. They created the television series, Roads to Recovery, in order to share the stories and insights of the thousands of people working in prevention, treatment, and recovery. The Roads to Recovery series offers people hope, inspiration, and direction.

You can view the full series on the NHPTV website »