Monadnock Peer Respite (MPR) is for anyone who is experiencing distress and at risk for potential hospitalization due to mental health and feels they would benefit from being in a short-term, 24-hour, peer-to-peer, supported environment with others who have 'been there.' We provide a safe place in which each person can find the balance and support needed to turn what is so often referred to as 'crisis' into a learning and growth opportunity.
MPR is founded upon years of community advocacy that has recognized the value of peer-to-peer support.
Respite operates based upon several core values including genuine human relationships, self-determination and personal strength, mutuality, optimism, healing environments, and respect.
Together, the respite team creates a safe and peaceful environment for guests in time of distress offering support in exploring what they may need to find balance and move forward.
How to learn more about Peer Respite:
To get started... If you think you might be interested in staying at MPR, use the contact information below to start a conversation about what you're looking for and whether MPR may or may not be a right fit.
Please contact Doug Robertson, Respite & Community Impact Director, with any questions at (603) 352-5093 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
You may also ask any staff member questions, at any time about our program.