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About Us

Finding Inspiration in Every Turn

Revive Recovery is a non-profit, peer recovery support center. Our mission is to open doors and open minds for the recoverees in our community while providing a wide range of services for their mental, physical and spiritual well being.

Revive Recovery Resource Center

Our Vision

Our vision is one of acceptance and integrity; one that encompasses the community we serve to help illuminate their chosen path to recovery. We aspire to provide a safe environment and unbreakable support for individuals to begin or continue on their journey of recovery.

Our Staff

Dedication. Expertise. Caring. Passion.

If you're looking for a team of caring and professional individuals to help you on your journey to recovery, look no further than Revive Recovery. Our team is dedicated to providing you with the support and resources you need to achieve your goals. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you take the first step towards a better future.


Jessica Carter, CRSW, Executive Director

My name is Jess and I am the Executive Director here at Revive.  Growing up in a household with substance use disorder and other health problems, I quickly developed a sense that I was destined to help others. I graduated from Nashua High School North in 2006 and went on to study Nursing at Fairfield University where I played Division 1 Lacrosse.  I started at Revive as the State's first publicly funded "Recovery Coach" position to work hand in hand with the City of Nashua's Safe Station program and I was privileged with the task of meeting individuals in Respite and getting them connected with other recovery related resources.  


My role has since changed as I have been blessed with the opportunity to learn and grow with the organization for 6 years now.  I am currently Chair of the New Hampshire Harm Reduction Coalition and also the President of the New Hampshire Providers Association.  In my free time I enjoy spending time with my family.  My husband and I have two young boys who are full of energy and we spend any free time playing football, fishing, boating, going to the beach, skiing/snowboarding and this year I started helping to coach my oldest son's Lacrosse team.  


Priscilla Matos, Criminal Justice Program Manager

Priscilla is the Criminal Justice Program Manager, a Peer Specialist at  Revive Recovery Resource Center. She also operates as an Outreach Worker for the Syringe Service Alliance of the  Nashua Area (SSANA). She strives to fight for the rights of people  who use drugs and believes very strongly in harm reduction. Priscilla considers herself a woman in long term recovery. For her that means she has not used any mood altering or mind-altering  substances for the past 5 years. Priscilla is proud to say she is 32 years old, graduate from The Hillsborough County South Adult Recovery Court program, the program that she now sits on the team with.


Priscilla began her work in the recovery field as an AmeriCorps  member and she served for two years in this program. She continues to work towards many goals and aspirations set forth through her AmeriCorps experience. Priscilla is trained in and a  facilitator for a variety of topics such as the Art and Science of Peer  Assisted Recovery, various Parenting Programs, Youth Alternative Peer Groups, and Recovery Coaching a Harm Reduction Pathway. She has provided, and helped in development of, Narcan training, as well as training and development of outreach workers for the  SSANA program.


Marshall Wood, CRSW, Nashua Center Manager

In my opinion, Revive serves as a backbone for the recovery community, and a strong one at that.  A place where everyone is welcome, and where individuals are treated equally, but all met with love, unique to who they are as a person.   That’s where my journey started at Revive, many years ago while I was still struggling.  I’m approaching my 2 year mark of employment at Revive, and in that time I’ve been able to acquire my CRSW, and have been blessed to work with so many wonderful participants, and an amazing team of coworkers.


Helen Quattrochi, Derry Center Manager

I Started to volunteer at Revive in 2018 and saw the work that was being done there and behind the scenes so when the opportunity presented itself last year for a job opportunity I wanted to help.  Having worked in the medical field for 36 years this is a different field for me. Excited to be part of a team helping people in the community and learning something new each day.




Sarah Brown, Peer Recovery Support Specialist

I'm Sarah and I am a person in long-term recovery. I began my journey at Revive as first a participant and then a volunteer, and as I progressed in my recovery eventually secured a role as a Peer Support Specialist. Working at Revive has allowed me to be a cheerleader for my community and give back what was so freely given to me. I love working for an organization that promotes a holistic, person-centered approach to recovery with radical acceptance for all. Outside of work, I like spending my time in nature, hiking, creating art, and connecting with my community through my 12-step fellowship.


Sharif El Fouly, Peer Recovery Support Specialist

I am a peer support specialist in long term recovery. I really do not take myself too seriously but at the same time I am incredibly passionate about my ever evolving interests. I love architecture, art and fashion. I spend a decent amount of time with my community, live by spiritual principles and carry myself with dignity.

Sarah Childress, Peer Recovery Support Specialist

Sarah Childress, Peer Recovery Support Specialist

I am a person in Long term recovery and first came to revive as a participant. Through growth and learning I am now able to be of service to my peers. My goal in this work is to give compassionate and caring support through peer relationships for the betterment of our community.


By developing tools for self advocacy, identification of needs, and emphasizing the importance of self care, as well as considering the very unique aspects of each individual and their chosen path, I can honor each participant’s strengths and empower them to choose their own way of recovery.  

I will always be a passionate voice for those of us who are in need of services.  

I ensure a trauma-informed space and I uphold inclusivity to all.   

Lewis E Hastings, Care Coordinator

Lewis E Hastings, Care Coordinator

I have been in recovery for numerous years and had begun my journey back in 1994 where I finally surrendered and became willing to change. This change has brought about many new and sometimes overwhelming paths to recovery and means towards abstinence in my recovery life.  

Within my journey, I have been fortunate to work and continue to work in Human Services for nearly 30 years. I started as an adult foster parent to a direct professional worker, a coordinator, and a case manager in a winding field that continues to grow as the years pass. 

I continue to look towards the future in my personal recovery path with a range of projects around being an author and writer of several published books on ‘Recover and Beyond’. 

Our  Community Partners

Bridges Domestic and Sexual Violence support
Better Life Partners
Center for Recovery Management
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Greater Nashua Mental Health
Rivier University
GateHouse Treatment
Live United - United Way
Recovery Friendly
The Derry Friendship Center, Inc
Harbo Care
Hope Recovery
Nashua PD
Stepping Stones
The Elliot
NH Harm Reduction
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