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On behalf of the State, the CDFA has been allocated a one-time, $1M appropriation to administer grant funds to nonprofit organizations to deliver programming through the Recovery Friendly Workplace (RFW) Initiative. Funding through the CDFA will support the RFW Program Director. SOS Recovery Community Organization has been chosen as one of several non-profit organizations to implement programming that will:
SOS will work with individuals and family members in recovery to identify opportunities for careers. We aren’t interested in simply connecting our participants to a job, but a career path that will create more purpose in their recovery and their life.
The U.S. Department of Labor has awarded New Hampshire $5M to assist individuals with substance use disorder to re-enter the workforce. SOS will work with the agencies connected to that grant to identify life skills training, as well as various opportunities. SOS will also be developing some customized programs to identify potential on-the-job trainings, apprenticeships, and employment opportunities with recovery friendly workplaces.
SOS understands that their is a tremendous workforce shortage in NH and that many people leave the state for employment elsewhere. We hope to create a comprehensive program to assist recovery friendly workplaces with the magic of the work-ethic and loyalty that employees who are in recovery offer. We also hope to provide individuals in recovery with the magic of a career path and a more meaningful recovery. SOS understands that we are one community and we must stand together to support all segments of the community as we develop and implement this recovery friendly workplace initiative. We hope you’ll join us.