Chrysalis Recovery Center, LLC & CRC's DWI Program (IDCMP)
We are proud to serve those who serve.
If you or your loved on is a Veteran, we can see them thru a contract we have with the VA and counseling will be free! This will cover IOP, and individual and group counseling. Call us for more information as you must be referred to us from the VA.
We also offer 10% off for all active duty and Veteran clients.
Our services keep in mind your experiences within the military.
A solider and their family are a unit that most civilians do not see the true depths of. We at CRC were lucky enough to have been a leader in services provided to our service men, women and families during our time within the Deployment Cycle Support Program funded through the Department of Defense through a collaboration with NH Department of Health and Human Services, NH National Guard. The grant funds were managed through Easter Seals and exectued through our agency as well as a handful of other social service agencies in NH.
We worked with the families over a 3 year period with weekly/biweekly or monthly contacts; a year in each phase: pre-deployment, during deployment (still working with family and overseas service member), and reintergration. This allowed us a true birds-eye-view into the military family dynamics. As wonderfully adaptable and strong, this unit presents with unique challanges - and we are experienced to work with you through the stages you encounter. From addictions, to anger management, stress management needs, or transitions...we are here. We have numerous funding sources for our Service Members.
Department of Health and Human Services Commissioner Nicholas Toumpass, Kirsten MacArthur, Chrysalis Recovery Center, LLC and Major General William Reddell, III - Adjutant General of New Hampshire.
Kirsten proudly accepting the 2012 Military Leadership Award presented to Chrysalis in recognition of Michael Lawless, Nadia Robie and Kirsten MacArthur's role working with military families in the Deployment Cycle Support Care Coordination Program from 2009-2012.
Thank you for your Service, and for wearing all the "hats" that you wear!