Enterprise Bank Donates $10,000 to Harbor Homes/Peggy and David Gilmour Medical Respite Center
POSTED ON March 17th BY mtaylor
Nashua, NH The nonprofit agency Harbor Homes, and member of the affiliated organizations that make up the Partnership for Successful Living, was honored to receive a charitable donation of $10,000 from Enterprise Bank of Nashua. Executive Vice President Peter Rayno and SVP/Senior Commercial Lending Officer Lori Piper presented the check to Harbor Homes/Partnership CEO Peter Kelleher for the Peggy and David Gilmour Medical Respite Center located within the Harbor Homes’ federally qualified Harbor Care Health and Wellness Center, 45 High Street in Nashua, NH. The Gilmour Medical Respite Center is a short term, acute and post-acute medical facility for the community’s most vulnerable individuals who are too sick or frail from surgery, illness, substance misuse or behavioral health crisis, to recover when discharged from the hospital. The only respite center of its kind in the state, the Gilmour Medical Respite Center serves to bridge the gap MORE >
POSTED ON February 22nd BY mtaylor
Event Sponsors Gold Sponsors Silver Sponsors New Hampshire Medical Society Wilcox Industries Corp. Bronze Sponsors MORE >
Home is Where the Heart is
POSTED ON February 6th BY mtaylor
Valentines Day is right around the corner, and is more often than not a time that we show care towards those we love. Here at the Partnership for Successful Living it is no different as we continue to show compassion and care to those we serve throughout all of the programs across the six agencies, be it in providing housing to Veterans or helping those looking for treatment through the Nashua Safe Station program. This year, we have partnered with several businesses in downtown Nashua so that you can help the PSL while also showing your loved ones you care at the same time! Between now and February 11th, when you visit Martha’s Exchange, jajaBelles, WineNot or Fortin Gage and purchase any of the following, a $5 donation will be made to us thanks to you: Box of chocolates ($25 – Martha’s Exchange) Tin of cookies MORE >
Harcros Chemicals Inc. Donates $10,000 to Harbor Homes/Partnership for Successful Living
POSTED ON January 18th BY mtaylor
Nashua, NH The nonprofit agency Harbor Homes, and member of the affiliated organizations that make up the Partnership for Successful Living, was honored to recently receive a charitable donation of $10,000 from Harcros Chemicals Inc. of Nashua. Harcros Chemicals Inc. employees’ Emily Bull, Amber Roy, Lucie Bergeron, and Lisa Beaulieu presented the generous gift to Peter Kelleher, CEO Harbor Homes and the Partnership, at the Harbor Homes’ Harbor Care Health and Wellness Center location at 45 High St. in Nashua. As quoted by Emily Bull and Amber Roy, “Harcros Chemicals has chosen Harbor Homes to make a charitable contribution to for 2016. We chose Harbor Homes because of their extensive network of non-profit charities that work tirelessly to better the city of Nashua and the state of New Hampshire. Harcros Chemicals tasked Amber Roy and Emily Bull with choosing this year’s charity. Within minutes of walking into MORE >
Harbor Homes on WOKQ
POSTED ON December 15th BY mtaylor
Over the weekend we had an opportunity to speak with Don Briand on WOKQ 97.5 Reporter’s File about Harbor Homes, the integrated services of the Partnership for Successful Living, the need for affordable housing and more. You can listen to it right here MORE >
So What Did it Take to Host Thanksgiving at the PSL This Year?
POSTED ON December 5th BY mtaylor
This past November 22nd was the 16th annual Thanksgiving Dinner at the Partnership for Successful Living. We thought it might be interesting to take a look at all the good that goes into just preparing the meal, and how much your donations to the agencies that make up the Partnership for Successful Living make a difference. It’s pretty amazing to see how even a single can of corn can make a huge impact. Icons designed by madebyoliver, Nikita Golubev and freepik from Flaticon MORE >
Meet Jay, Our Yoga Expert!
POSTED ON April 28th BY dcollins
Jay Gupta, RPh, RxYT Jay Gupta is a registered pharmacist, a certified immunizer and MTM (medication therapy management) specialist. In 2015, Jay Gupta and YogaCaps, the nonprofit he co-founded, received the New Hampshire Business Review’s (NHBR) Business Excellence Award. In 2013, Gupta was honored with the National Alliance of State Pharmacy Associations (NASPA) Excellence in Innovation award in recognition of his work to bridge the gap between the modern and complementary health care practices. Jay Gupta receiving NH Business Review award He began his yoga immersion in India in 1983 and has been exploring the depths of yoga since then. Throughout his life, Gupta has endeavored to achieve a scientific understanding of yoga and nature cure practices. He has traveled from the Himalayas to Kerala learning a variety of yoga and nature cure practices, and has advanced studies with yoga masters and researchers in India and the US. MORE >
Life Savers in Our Midst!
POSTED ON April 7th BY dcollins
Life Savers In Our Midst! Wednesday, March 30th, at 4:25 a.m., seemed like a typical shift at the Maple Arms Emergency Shelter of Harbor Homes. A long-time and dedicated employee at the Shelter was taking advantage of the quiet hours to fill out some requisite paper work, when a guest came running and screaming into the office. “He’s not breathing, and he looks gray!” With only a split second to react, the staff member instinctively grabbed his cell phone and a Narcan kit, and ran to the apartment where the man was sleeping. He promptly called 911 for emergency medical assistance, but as soon as he saw the guest, he knew he had to act fast. With seconds to assess the situation, he recognized that the man showed signs of overdosing on some kind of substance. Per the 911 dispatcher, the men moved the patient from MORE >