Addiction Treatment

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NH Police Drop Boxes for Medications

Anonymously drop off pills and patches at:

  • Enfield, 19 Main St., M-F, 8-4
  • Hanover, 46 Lyme Rd., 24/7
  • Lebanon, 36 Poverty Lane, 24/7

To check on other locations, click here.

CONSUMER GUIDE TO SUBSTANCE USE TREATMENTS

This Guide will help you find treatment services for people whose alcohol and drug use is negatively affecting their lives. The good news is that recovery from alcohol and drug problems is always possible. The services and programs in this Guide can help you and your loved ones take the first steps toward a healthier and more fulfilling future. To download, click here

NEW HAMPSHIRE CENTER FOR EXCELLENCE

The New Hampshire Center for Excellence is a resource that provides technical assistance, disseminates data and information, and promotes knowledge transfer in support of communities, practitioners, policymakers, and other stakeholders working to address alcohol and other drug misuse and related consequences throughout New Hampshire. The site includes a treatment locator.

NH Recovery Center Opens in Manchester

"The Manchester Recovery Community Center, on the ground floor of a Market Street building, has already opened its doors. The center will be staffed largely by volunteers and funded through private grants and donations. But even though the building is open, the center won’t launch full-scale programming, like counsel sessions, until mid-July. It plans to offer peer coaching and telephone recovery support services, which is a check-in call made once a week to someone who has recently left treatment. The end goal is to have a statewide addiction phone number people can call if they need assistance or recovery support."


New Hampshire Outpatient Treatment

  • NH Drug and Alcohol Treatment Locator
    • This directory shares contact information for NH providers available to treat substance use disorders. Use this locator to find agencies and individual practitioners offering substance use disorder services, including evaluation (this is a critical first step to determine level of treatment needed), withdrawal management (detox), outpatient counseling, residential treatment, recovery supports and other types of services for people experiencing problems with alcohol and other drug use, including addiction. Some agencies provide services on a sliding fee scale based on funding they receive from the NH Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS).
  • Bronwen Ballou, LCMHC, LICSW, Hanover Road Professional Center, 367 Route 120, Suite 88, Lebanon, NH 03766, 603-653-0199
  • Charles Batt, MD, Psychiatrist, 14 Blueberry Lane, New London, NH 03257, 603-526-9655
  • Dartmouth College Employee Assistance Program, 53 South Main St., Suite 204, Hanover, NH 03755, 603-646-1165
  • Dartmouth College Health Service, 5 Rope Ferry Road, Hanover, NH 03755, 603-646-9400
  • Dartmouth-Hitchcock Psychiatric Associates (DHPA)
    • Central Access office for all services: 800-556-6249
    • Addiction Treatment Program, 603-653-1860, 800-556-6249
    • Location: Rivermill Complex, Suite 3-B1, Lebanon, NH 03766
    • The Addiction Treatment Program (DHMC-ATP) provides a comprehensive evaluation service and an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for adults. We offer state-of-the-art evaluation and treatment, and referral services for people seeking help for substance use and related disorders. Services include comprehensive evaluation, individual outpatient therapy, co-occurring treatment, psychiatric evaluation and pharmacology. The program also conducts studies for which it seeks participants who can receive treatment without cost.
    • The Dartmouth-Hitchcock Perinatal Addiction Treatment Program (PATP) uses the harm reduction model for treatment of all their pregnant and postpartum patients. This program was started to influence the growing problem of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) in NH and VT.
  • Dartmouth-Hitchcock Employee Assistance Program, One Medical Center Drive, Lebanon, NH 03766, 603-650-1860 (Employees only, no fee)
  • Donlon Wade, LADC, 2 South Park St., Lebanon, NH 03766, 603-448-9994
  • Doris Faughnan, MLADC, Reach for the Stars Coaching, 50 Greensboro Road, Suite 109, Hanover, NH 03755, 603-306-6574
  • Elena Van Zandt, MEd, MLADC, HALO Educational Systems, 44 Roberts Rd. Canaan, NH 03741, 603-359-3321
  • Erin Foley, MLADC, 370 Main Street, New London, NH 03257, 603-526-2256
  • Friendship House (Tri-County CAP), 6 Church Street, Woodville, NH 03785, 603-747-2535
  • Groups, 800-683-8313, info@joinGroups.com
    • Groups is a community of physicians, counselors and recovering opiate users whom you can rely on for affordable and convenient help. Everything we do is based on the best medical science. Our treatment community provides medication (Suboxone) and weekly therapy sessions with other people recovering from opiates. While such medication should typically be used for 18-24 months, the community at Groups is for life.
    • Claremont: 24 Crescent Street
    • Keene, 103 Roxbury Street, Ste. 101
    • West Lebanon, 1 Glen Road, Ste. 218
  • Habit OPCO West Lebanon Treatment Center
    • Call 1-877-637-6237 for a pre-screen intake or walk in to the location at Staples-Johnson's Center at 254 Plainfield Rd., Unit 4, West Lebanon, New Hampshire 03784 on Monday to Friday 6am-2pm or Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays from 6am-10am.
    • The Habit OPCO West Lebanon Treatment Center has been located in Staples-Johnson's Center at 254 Plainfield Rd., Unit 4, West Lebanon, New Hampshire 03784 since 2004. In February 2014, it was bought by CRC Health Group, a company based out of California. The center uses the disease model for treatment. They offer daily medication-assisted treatment (MAT) using methadone and Suboxone (buprenorphine). Habit OPCO does not use methadone or buprenorphine for pain management. The center uses New Hampshire, Vermont, Federal, and corporate guidelines to set best practice policies. Habit OPCO is a medication dispensary and not a prescription provider with currently 330 New Hampshire and Vermont residents utilizing their services. Patients who participate in this structured treatment are monitored daily and multiple protocols are in place to support their continued recovery.
  • Headrest, 603-448-4400, 800-273-TALK (crisis line), 800-639-6095 (teen line)
    • Location: 14 Church Street, Lebanon, NH 03766, 603-448-4872 Ext: 102 for Suzanne L. Thistle MA, MLADC, Executive Director
    • To assist those who are addicted, in crisis or without support by developing, maintaining and delivering effective programs. Programs include Transitional Living, Out-Patient Counseling, Intensive Out-Patient Treatment, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Treatment Support Group, Drug Court Program, Access to Recovery, Women's Group using the Seeking Safety Program, Men's Recovery Group, Outreach and Community Education, and others.
  • Hilary Coons, PhD, 7 Allen Street #303, Hanover, NH 03755, 603-643-9717
  • Horizons Counseling Center, 258 Highland Street, #13, Plymouth, NH 03264, 603-536-2010
  • Jacqueline Brill, 1 Court Street, #220, Lebanon, NH 03766, 603-448-1988
  • Lynn Hayward, MLADC, LCMHC, 24 Opera House Square #31, Claremont, NH 03743, 413-5395
  • New England Medicine and Counseling Associates, 120 Route 10 South, Sawyer Brook Plaza, Grantham, NH 03753, 603-903-2900

Suboxone/Subutex provider

  • Northern Human Services White Mountain Mental Health, 29 Maple Street, Littleton, NH 03561, 603-444-5358
  • Richard Root, Ed.D, Valley Regional Hospital Campus, 241 Elm Street, Claremont, NH 03743, 802-885-5719
  • Recover Together
    • Phone 603-252-1675 or email info@RecoverTogether.us
    • 1 Glen Road in West Lebanon and 130 Pleasant Street in Claremont
    • We treat opiate addiction with Suboxone and group therapy. Our treatment program is grounded in community, abstinence, and the best medical science. Weekly group counseling and treatment with Suboxone® provide the foundation for sobriety.
  • R.O.A.D. to a Better Life
    • Contact: 603-448-0048
    • Location: 37 Spencer Street, Lebanon, NH 03766
    • The mission of the R.O.A.D. To A Better Life program is to provide therapy and treatment in a safe, respectful and friendly environment that is focused on recovery, relapse prevention, and a return to normalcy. The R.O.A.D To A Better Life Program was established to help individuals free themselves from their struggles with drug abuse, addiction and dependence. Commonly abused substances include heroin, marijuana, opiates, benzodiazepines, alcohol, and countless others. Our goal is to help you reclaim yourself while assisting you in building a satisfying life that you can enjoy and thrive in. We promote an abstinence model, which means that our treatment goal is to help you stop using altogether.
  • Sandy Burke, LCMHC, MLADC, 2 South Park Street, Lebanon, NH 03766, 603-667-8567
  • Sugar River Counseling and Consultation, PLLC, 24 Opera House Square, Suite 300, Claremont, NH 03743, 603-287-8269
  • West Central Behavioral Health, 52 West Pleasant Street, Claremont, NH 03743, 603-542-2578 and Rivermill Commercial Center, 85 Mechanic St., Lebanon, NH 03766, 603-448-5610

New Hampshire Residential Treatment Services

  • Farnum Center
    • Location: Manchester, NH
    • Admission: 603-622-3020, 603-934-2020
    • The Farnum Center is a comprehensive alcohol and other drugs treatment facility serving over 1,000 NH residents per year. It is a private, nonprofit 501(c)(3) agency, under the umbrella of Easter Seals New Hampshire Substance Abuse Services. The Farnum Center understands how important it is for you to get the help you need right away; that is why we have a new screening process called Open Access. Open Access is a walk in service available Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 11:00am. You will be seen by one of the clinicians who will complete a thorough Psychosocial and discuss with you what level of care would be most appropriate.
  • Friendship House (Tri-County CAP), 2957 Main Street, Bethlehem, NH 03574, 603-869-2210
  • Headrest, 14 Church Street, Lebanon, NH 03766, 603-448-4872
  • Keystone Hall, 615 Amherst Street, Nashua, NH 03060, 603-881-4848
  • Phoenix House Dublin Center, 3 Pierce Rd., Dublin, NH 03444, 603-563-8501
  • Phoenix Academy at Dublin, 3 Pierce Rd., Dublin, NH 03444, 603-563-8501
  • Phoenix House Keene Center, 106 Roxbury St, Keene, NH 03431
  • Phoenix House Franklin Center, 14 Holy Cross Road, Franklin, NH 03235, 603-934-5297
  • Serenity Place, 101 Manchester Street, Manchester, NH 03101, 603-625-6980
  • Webster Place Short Term Residential Treatment
    • Location: Franklin, NH
    • Admission: 603-622-3020, 603-934-2020
    • Webster Place is an alcohol and drug recovery community. We offer peer-based support and we believe that one person in recovery can help another person who wants to recover. The Webster Place staff practices a proven 12-Step program, and we share our experience, strength and hope with our residents. We are non-medical and non-clinical. Operated by Easter Seals, Webster Place welcomes women and men, 18 and up, to achieve sobriety, and stay sober with us.


New Hampshire Facilities with Residential Care NOT Subsidized by State of NH

  • HHS Mansion, Christian Res. Treatment, 395 Wolf Hill Road, Deering, NH 03244, 603-464-5555
  • Orion House, PO BOx 25, Newport, NH 03773, 603-863-4918
  • Plymouth House, 446 Main Street, Plymouth, NH 03264, 800-428-8459


New Hampshire Peer Support Groups

  • Al-Anon/Alateen, 603-369-6930
    • Peer Support for friends and family who have a relationship with an alcoholic.
  • FASTER: A NEW SUPPORT GROUP
    • 44 Roberts Rd., Canaan, NH; Elena (603) 359-3321 or Doris (603) 306-6574
    • F.A.S.T.E.R. is a peer support group for parents of children, teens, and young adults with substance use issues. Group is held every Wednesday from 6:00 to 7:30 pm. Group is free, confidential, comprised of peers, respectful of others' views, accepting of chemical dependency as a treatable disease of the brain, and always hopeful. Walk-Ins Welcome! Open to all Upper Valley residents.
  • Turning Point Club, 802-295-5206
    • Community center offering recovery coaching for people in recovery from substance abuse, addiction and addictive behavior
  • Turning Point Recovery Center of Springfield, 802-885-4668
  • Wit's End for Parents, 802-295-5206
    • Peer support for parents with children who are using drugs
  • Women for Sobriety
    • Meeting Times: Tuesdays, 5:30-7 pm
    • Location: WISE Program Center, 38 Bank St., Lebanon, NH
    • Contact: 603-448-5922


Vermont Outpatient Treatment

  • Ben Fox, LCMHC, Fox Expressive Art Therapy, 2095 South Pomfret Rd., South Pomfret, VT 05067, 802-779-1524
  • Brattleboro Retreat, Anna Marsh Lane, Brattleboro, VT 05301, 802-258-3700; 800-738-7328
  • Carol 'Ben' Collier, LCSW, 144 Palmer Court, WRJ, VT 05001, 802-649-8949
  • Central Vermont Substance Abuse Services, 100 Hospitality Drive, Berlin, VT 05641, 802-223-4156
  • Clara Martin Center, 1740 Lower Plain, Bradford, VT 05033, 802-222-4477
  • Clara Martin Center, Quitting Time, 39 Fogg Farm Road, Wilder VT 05088, 802-295-1311
  • C. F. Lord, MD, Connecticut Valley Recovery Services, 15 State Street, Windsor, VT 05089, 802-674-9400
  • Eileen Lanza, LCMHC, LADAC, 144 Palmer Court, WRJ, VT 05089, 802-649-3045
  • Green Mountain Family Medicine of White River Junction, 212 Holiday Drive, Suite 4, WRJ, VT 05001, 802-281-6364
  • Habit OPCO, 16 Town Crier Drive, Brattleboro, VT 05301, 802-258-4623
  • Health Care and Rehabilitation Services of Southeastern Vermont, Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center, 289 Country Road, Windsor, VT 05089
  • Health Care and Rehabilitation Services of Southeastern Vermont, 390 River Street, Springfield, VT 05156, 802-886-4500
  • Health Care and Rehabilitation Services of Southeastern Vermont, 49 School Street, Hartford, VT 802-674-5971
  • HIV/HCV Resource Center, Good Neighbor Health Clinic, 70 North Main Street, WRJ, VT 05001, 802-448-8887 (Mondays & Thursdays 2:30-4:30, ask for Laura)
  • Kimberley Knowlton-Young, LICSW, 144 Palmer Court, WRJ, VT 05001, 339-440-1103
  • Linda Mullestein, LCHMHC, LADAC, Simmons House, Route 4, Woodstock, VT 05091, 802-457-4110
  • Nori Bokum, MA, VT Lic. Psychologist, Norwich, VT 05055, 802-295-7500
  • Health Care and Rehabilitation Services of Southeastern Vermont, 2225 Portland Street, St. Johnsbury, VT 05819, 802-748-1682
  • Pamela Ashton, MEd, LADC, Better Mind Solutions, 35 Bank Street, Bradford, VT 05033, 802-449-2123
  • Peter Collier, LCSW, 144 Palmer Court, WRJ, VT 05001, 802-649-8925
  • Richard Root, Ed.D, Twin State Psychological Services, 29 Ridgewood Rd., Springfield, VT 05156, 802-885-5719
  • Rockingham Medical Group, 1 Hospital Court, Suite 9, Bellows Fall, VT, 05101, 802-463-2657
  • Ron Treem, LCMHC, LADAC, Kime Associates, 221 North Main Street, WRJ, VT 05001, 802-885-1904
  • Second Growth, 205 Billings Farm Rd., Bldg 1, WRJ, VT 05001, 802-295-9800
  • The Second Wind Foundation: Turning Point and Wit's End
    • 200 Olcott Drive, White River Junction, Vermont 05001, 802-295-5206
    • The Upper Valley Turning Point is a community center for people in recovery from addiction and addictive behavior. Located off Route 5 at the Wilder/Norwich border in eastern-central Vermont, the Turning Point provides a safe, substance-free environment populated by people in recovery who offer peer support seven days a week at no cost to the consumer. Wit’s End is for family members challenged by the substance abuse, addiction or addictive behavior of an adolescent or young adult. Making Change is a facilitated support group for high school-aged young people who are considering, or are committed to, recovery from alcohol or other drug dependency.
  • Veteran's Administration Medical Center, 163 Veterans Drive, WRJ, VT 05001, 802-295-9363

Vermont Residential Treatment Services

  • Act One/Bridge Program, 184 Pearl Street, Burlington, VT 05401, 802-488-6425
  • Brattleboro Retreat, Anna Marsh Lane, Brattleboro, VT 05301, 803=2-258-3700; 800-738-7328
  • Lund Family Center, 76 Glen Road, Burlington, VT 05401, 802-864-7467
  • Phoenix House Rise Program, 435 Western Avenue, Brattleboro, VT 05301, 802-463-9851
  • Phoenix House Rise Program, 11 Underhill Avenue, Bellows Falls, VT 05101, 802-463-9851
  • Recovery House Inc, Grace House, 35 Washington Street, Rutland, VT 05701, 802-775-3476
  • Recovery House Inc, Serenity House, 98 Church Street, Wallingford, VT 05773, 802-446-2640
  • The Second Wind Foundation: Turning Point and Wit's End
    • 200 Olcott Drive, White River Junction, Vermont 05001, 802-295-5206
    • The Upper Valley Turning Point is a community center for people in recovery from addiction and addictive behavior. Located off Route 5 at the Wilder/Norwich border in eastern-central Vermont, the Turning Point provides a safe, substance-free environment populated by people in recovery who offer peer support seven days a week at no cost to the consumer. Wit’s End is for family members challenged by the substance abuse, addiction or addictive behavior of an adolescent or young adult. Making Change is a facilitated support group for high school-aged young people who are considering, or are committed to, recovery from alcohol or other drug dependency.
  • Spruce Mountain Inn, 155 Towne Avenue, Plainfield, VT 05033, 802-454-8353
  • Valley Vista
    • For information and/or confidential assessment, ph. (802) 222-5201
    • Valley Vista is an 80 bed Alcohol and Chemical Dependency Co-Occurring Inpatient Treatment Center in Bradford, Vermont. Our comprehensive goal is to provide clinically indicated intervention, assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation services reflective of best practice standards. Valley Vista treatment methodologies reflect abstinence-based recovery strategies, and embrace the utilization of community-based support systems, such as, Alcoholics Anonymous. Individualized treatment planning establishes goals and measurable objectives supportive of each individual’s growth, and desired outcomes. In addition, Valley Vista’s recovery management program provides recovery coaches, and other peer-to-peer support services for optimal success.
  • Vermont Foundation of Recovery
    • For information, contact 802-735-4340
    • Our mission is to create a network of Recovery Homes to help people suffering from addiction re-assimilate into society by supporting the transitions from addiction, to recovery, to independent living. A “Recovery Home” is many things. Fundamentally, a Recovery Home is a residential property where the members of the home agree to maintain a drug and alcohol free environment. Additionally, we strive to create a family-like atmosphere in our homes—one where our members are nurtured and energized by others who share common experiences, struggles, values, and goals. Finally, we aim to structure our homes to provide varying degrees of supervision and autonomy, offering a variety of residences to meet the needs of individuals at varying stages of recovery.

Vermont Support Groups

  • Alcoholics Anonymous in Vermont, Hot Line: 802-295-7611
    • More than 30 AA meetings are held each week in the following towns: Bradford, Fairlee, Hartland, Norwich, Randolph, Sharon, South Royalton, Taftsville, Thetford, Tunbridge, White River Junction, Wilder, Windsor, Woodstock.
  • Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings in Vermont
    • Sunday Meetings: Wilder (Turning Point, 200 Olcott), 11 am; Randolph (Bethany Church, Main St.), 7 pm; Tunbridge (Community Church, 6 Wolfe Dr), 7 pm; Fairlee (White Church, Town Common Rd.), 7:30 pm; White River Junction (Methodist Church, Gates St.), 7:30 pm
    • Monday Meetings: Wilder (Turning Point, 200 Olcott), 12 noon; Randolph (St. John's Epis. Church, 15 Summer St.), 7 pm; Woodstock (North Universalist Chapel Soc, 7 Church St.), 7 pm; Hartland Three Corners (Community Brick Church, Rte. 5), 8 pm; Norwich (St. Barnabas Epis. Church, Main St), 8 pm
    • Tuesday Meetings: Wilder (Turning Point, 200 Olcott), 12 noon; Wilder (Turning Point, 200 Olcott), Men's group, 5:30 pm; Woodstock (St. James Epis. Church), 12 noon; White River Junction (Methodist Church, Gates St.), 6:30 pm; Windsor (Trinity Church, 44 Main St), 7 pm; Randolph (United Church, Main St.), 7 pm; Thetford (Thetford Hill Congregational Church, rte. 113), 8 pm
    • Wednesday Meetings: Wilder (Turning Point, 200 Olcott), 12 noon; Randolph (United Church, Main St.), 7 pm; Woodstock (St. James Epis. Church), 7 pm; Wilder (Turning Point, 200 Olcott), 8:00 pm
    • Thursday Meetings: Norwich (Congregational Church), 12 noon; Wilder (Turning Point, 200 Olcott), 5:30 pm; White River Jct (VA Hospital, Research bldg rm 103A), 6 pm; Randolph (St. John's Epis Church, 15 Summer St.), 7 pm; Sharon (Congregational Church, Rte 132), 7 pm; Bradford (Bradford Senior Ctr, Rte 25), 8 pm; Windsor (Mt. Ascutney Hospital Cafeteria, Hosp Board Rm, Lower Level, County Rd), 8 pm
    • Friday Meetings: Wilder (Turning Point, 200 Olcott), 12 noon; Windsor (SE State Correctional Facility, 546 State Farm Rd), 7 pm; Woodstock (Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Church, Rte 106 South), 7 pm; Thetford Hill (Congregational Church), 7:30 pm; South Royalton (United Church of Christ, on the green), 8 pm; Wilder (Turning Point, 200 Olcott), 8 pm
    • Saturday Meetings: Taftsville (Mennonite Church, Off Rte 4), 8:15 am; Norwich (Congregational Church), Women's Group, 9 am; White River Junction (Bev's House behind Haven), 12 noon; Randolph (Bethany Church), 6:30 pm; Windsor (Mt. Ascutney Hospital Cafeteria, Hosp Board Rm, Lower Level, County Rd), 8 pm
  • Al-Anon/Alateen, 866-972-5266
    • Peer support for friends and family who have a relationship with an alcoholic.
  • Turning Point Club, 802-295-5206
    • Community center offering recovery coaching for people in recovery from substance abuse, addiction and addictive behavior
  • Turning Point Recovery Center of Springfield, 802-885-4668
  • Wit's End for Parents, 802-295-5206
    • Peer support for parents with children who are using drugs