Headrest News

Headrest Opportunity for Employment (H.O.W.)

2022-10-28T18:08:22+00:00November 6th, 2022|Headrest News|

What a great H.O.W group today! What H.O.W. Offers to Clients: Assessment of employable skills - Job search resources - Resume development - Application assistance - Practice job interviews - Portfolio creation - Financial literacy training Ongoing support to employee, on and off job site Interview clothing available as needed Your workplace can make a [...]

Congratulations Al

2022-11-15T14:47:35+00:00November 3rd, 2022|Headrest News|

Please join us in congratulating Al Carbonneau for receiving the Kathleen Sherman Award at the NAMI NH Suicide Prevention Conference. Al was chosen for this award because of all his hard work and dedication to serving this population and going above and beyond to help those in need. Originally hired as part time residential and [...]

Meet Erin

2022-10-28T18:04:19+00:00October 31st, 2022|Headrest News|

Whether it’s in a staff meeting, during group therapy, or an e-mail thread, you can bet that at least one of us will announce how much we love being a part of the Headrest team. It’s so inspiring at times that we decided to share the joy with all of you in our “Why I [...]

Meet Kim Winter

2022-10-28T18:00:56+00:00October 28th, 2022|Headrest News|

Meet Kim Winter, IDCMP Care Coordinator: “What I love most about my job is watching our team as a whole, make a difference in each and every persons life we come into contact with. Whether it be the DUI program, treatment or sober living, we approach our clients as individuals with compassion and kindness. Seeing [...]

Headrest is Hiring!

2022-10-21T18:05:32+00:00October 21st, 2022|Headrest News|

Have you ever considered having a job that makes a difference? Headrest has a great opportunities for doing just that! We are hiring full time Case Managers, full time Residential Program Assistants and several other positions located in Lebanon, NH. These positions advance Headrest’s mission by supporting residents in recovery from substance use disorder to [...]

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