The Doorway at Granite Pathways - Manchester and Nashua

Granite Pathways is pleased to serve anyone seeking treatment, acting as a front door to direct people to services in the Manchester and Nashua parts of New Hampshire. HUB offerings include screening individuals who call for substance use disorder treatment, assessing or arranging for assessment of needs, and assisting individuals to access the appropriate level of care. Care coordination throughout the treatment process is also provided to support long term recovery.

The primary goals of The Doorway are as follows:

Access to high quality screening, evaluation, treatment and service navigation and continuous recovery monitoring for individuals living in Manchester and Nashua catchment areas.

· Support capacity building in both communities to address SUD related treatment and service needs.

· Enhance the current structure and service array in Manchester and Nashua.

For more information, contact Kimberly Haney –

Manchester Doorway
60 Rodgers Street, Suite 205
Manchester, NH 03103

Monday – Friday
8am – 5pm

Nashua Doorway
12 Amherst Street
Nashua, NH 03060

Monday – Friday
8am – 5pm

If you need immediate assistance outside of our office hours, please call 211.


“Working with Granite Pathways and its staff has been the best thing for me and my recovery. Thanks to my Case Manager and the program, I am now in my own home reunited with my baby and have over 6 months of solid recovery.  I am now enrolled in college and working on my human service degree.”

“Granite Pathways were willing to give me a scholarship into a sober house with a group of guys who have basically saved my life.  Granite Pathways is a place I know I can bring addicts and alcoholics who are struggling to get the help they need.” 

“Granite Pathways helped me in an emergency situation to get insurance, the people I worked with were amazing and they helped me with continuing the process.”

“Granite Pathways has helped me get connected to several programs and support that has helped me stay sober.”