Jill Gravink

Phone: (603) 862-0070
Office: Northeast Passage, 121 Technology Dr Ste 161, Durham, NH 03824
Jill K. Gravink, Clinical Assistant Professor, Recreation Management and Policy


  • M.S., University of New Hampshire
  • B.S., University of New Hampshire

Selected Publications

Thompson, C. V., Bennett, J. L., Sable, J. R., & Gravnik, J. (2016). Northeast Passage PATH™ Program: A Strengths-Based and Recovery-Oriented Approach for Veterans Who Experience Mental Health Disorders. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 50(2). doi:10.18666/trj-2016-v50-i2-6788

Craig, P., Wilder, A., Sable, J., & Gravink, J. K. (2013). Promoting Access, Transition, and Health: A Community-Based Approach to Managing Chronic Health Conditions. ATRA Annual, 21, 45-62.

Wilder, A., Craig, P., Sable, J., Gravink, J., Carr, C., & Frye, J. (2011). The PATH-way home: Promoting access, transition, and health for veterans with disabilities.. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 45(4), 268-285.

Sable, J., & Gravink, J. K. (2005). The PATH to Community Health Care for People with Disabilities: a Community-Based Therapeutic Recreation Service. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 39(1), 78-87.

Sable, J., & Gravink, J. K. (2001). In Home Therapeutic Recreation Intervention for Recent Spinal Cord Injuries.. The NTRS Special Publication, In Home Therapeutic Recreation: Successful Strategies and Services..

Project PATH: A Health Promoting Interventin for People with Spinal Cord Injuries (2000).

Sable, J., Powell, L., & Gravink, J. K. (1997). Northeast Passage: Strengthening the Empowerment Process.. Journal of Leisurability, 24(1), 30-36.

Sable, J., & Gravink, J. K. (1995). PARTNERS: Promoting Accessible Recreation. Parks and Recreation Magazine, 5.

Most Cited Publications