Our program works because we’re able to put you on a path to long-term recovery. We give you the support you need to get back on your feet but also empower you to succeed in the future. There’s no end of support in our system. The Process Recovery Center operates on a continuum of care. We work in conjunction with Rise Above, a sober-living community, so you can grow with us for as long as you need. We facilitate the transition into your new life on every level. There’s no time-frame for length of stay.
Christopher DiNicola is a recovery coach, a recovery advocate, and most importantly, a man in long term recovery for over 13 years. Chris is the co-founder of Rise Above Recovery Housing, Revive Recovery Resource Center, as well as The Process Recovery Center. Chris is living proof that not only can you get clean but stay clean and move forward to chase dreams and build a beautiful life. Recovery led Chris into pursuing his first passion dance which led him into traveling the world dancing professionally to eventually perform on America’s Best Dance Crew on MTV as well as 106 and Park on BET. Chris has performed for the Boston Celtics, Boston Red Sox, artists such Chris Brown, JAY Z and many more. Chris owns and operates with his two younger brothers a very successful dance studio in Massachusetts. After experiencing a life beyond his wildest dreams due to recovery, Chris has dedicated his life to this sad and awful drug epidemic. Chris has spoken all up and down the east coast to help spread awareness as well as motivate those in need to seek and get help. Chris has spoken at many 12 step recovery conventions through out New England and to this very day continues to attend 12 step recovery meetings as well as sponsoring and helping so many people struggling with substance use disorder. Chris has dedicated his life to standing on the front lines against this deadly disease and using his life experiences and successes to help open up the minds of the struggling, to again believe that a beautiful, wonderful life free of active addiction is again possible. With all of his achievements the one that makes him the most grateful on a daily basis is the fact that he has freed his Mother of the mental torture she went through with his addiction and for 13 consecutive years given her the peace of mind she prayed for everyday while he was sick. His main goal is to help others give that beautiful gift to their loved ones too.More
Justin Etling is the CEO of the Process Recovery Center in Hudson, NH. While Justin has a background in the business world, his passion is working side by side with people on their recovery journeys. In 1997 Justin entered recovery at just 17 years old, he has since been committed to living a life of recovery and personal growth and spreading a message of hope for over 20 years. Justin’s mission is to find innovative ways to prevent the resurgence of drug and alcohol misuse and to improve long-term recovery statistics. This quest lead Justin to become a founding member of Rise Above sober living and to open a treatment center. Meditation and positive visualization are crucial elements of Justin’s recovery message. By using these skills in his own life, Justin tirelessly creates new platforms for advocacy, reform, family outreach, and early intervention. When Justin isn’t dreaming up new ways to save lives, he enjoys hitting the golf course, watching the Celtics, and spending time with his daughters.More
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