Keene Serenity Center
Overall: Daily support meetings, Telephone Recovery Support, Peer to Peer Recovery Support, Family Support, trainings, social events
Monday through Friday, 9am-5pm
34 Mechanic Street, Keene, NH 03431
General Operations Information:
Volunteer Hours 10a-2pm M-F, Center Director and PRS Supervisor hours 9a-5p M-F. Outside hours available upon request.
Enrollment in Services:
Telephone Recovery Support registration form available upon request. Peer to Peer support application available upon request. Walk in services available 9a-5p Mon- Friday. Meetings/events schedules available for all center related and center use activities.
Mission/Vision of Keene Serenity Center
To build a community that embraces recovery through education and social supports in a safe environment
History of Keene Serenity Center
Keene Serenity Center was established in 2013 by a small group of local fellowship members wanting to create a safe, sober place to gather. Originally a ‘sober club’, the center has grown to become home to around 15 fellowship meetings a week, added a recreational area, and established a Board of Directors and membership base. In the past year, the center evolved into a Recovery Community Organization and most recently has added a Telephone Recovery Support program and a Peer to Peer Recovery Support program, adjusting its focus to include all pathways of recovery and embracing the All Recovery model. In the coming year, additional meetings and support groups, as well as more events and activities, will augment current programs. The center aims to recruit, train and offer volunteering and coaching opportunities to peers and allies who want to be engaged in both the center and our community as a whole.