New Hampshire 2017-11-10T09:54:33-06:00

New Hampshire Sobriety and Treatment Hotlines

Finding an New Hampshire alcohol or drug dependence recovery treatment center can help get you or your loved one’s life back on track.

Concord (603) 821-0289
Derry (603) 546-7212
Dover (603) 821-0294
Manchester (603) 509-3985
Nashua (603) 821-0292
Salem (603) 821-4064

As you plan your road to addiction recovery, congratulate yourself this is step one. You are making the choice to seek help. With the wide array of drug treatment centers and alcohol treatment facilities in New Hampshire there is help for the various levels of need. No one will be able to tell you they can make detox and drug treatment programs easy, but the addiction treatment centers in New Hampshire along with the addicts own will and desire to live a life that isn’t tethered by drugs.

Seeking Addiction Help in New Hampshire

The addict, having made the difficult first step of seeking help on their own, can get assistance for the rest of the journey from drug treatment facilities or alcohol treatment facilities depending on their needs. The first real phase of recovery will be detox, the process of removing the drugs and their effects from the addicts mind and body. Often dread and feelings of discomfort are the initial reaction to thought of detox. This is where several New Hampshire area facilities can help. They can provide drugs that will make the detox period more bearable. The withdrawal can’t be completely eliminated by the duration and difficult nature of withdrawal can be greatly reduced.

Often the assistance of prescription drugs means that the detox will take place under supervision in an inpatient treatment center. As the detox phase ends and the addict begins to be able to participate actively in recovery they will participate in various forms of counseling where they will get the knowledge and tools necessary to function as drug free member of society.

Addiction Counseling in New Hampshire

The one on one counseling that is provided often establishes a foundation of trust that the addict builds on to share and learn in subsequent counseling sessions. As the addict begins to understand how addiction effects people, specifically themselves, they begin to understand the skills necessary to avoid falling back into the trap of addiction.

The addict will also participate in group counseling. While these sessions will be guided by a professional counselor they often will consist mostly of input from the recovering addicts. As the newly recovered addicts hears the daily success stories of their peers, they learn that recovery is possible. Not only can the success motivate the recovering addict, the experiences discussed in group sessions often provide the tools necessary for the addict to make the right choice when faced with a similar decision.

Outpatient Treatment Programs in New Hampshire

As the addict becomes comfortable managing their own drug treatment, they can transition to an outpatient program where they can continue the same type of counseling, albeit on a less frequent basis. No longer being housed in a facility affords the recovering addict to begin the process of rebuilding the aspects of their life outside of sobriety. Beginning to work and renew relationships with friends who will proved a strong support network for the recovering addicts life time of rehabilitation.

When the recovering addict reaches a level of confidence that they feel no longer requires regular, organized support, several drug treatment facilities offer after care and follow up care, where the recovering addict has access to care and counseling as they feel the need it.

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