Free Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers in New Hampshire

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HOPE for New Hampshire Recovery
Hope for New Hampshire Recovery offers a unique art-focused recovery program, peer support, telephone recovery support, a variety of recovery meetings, and support for families and loved ones of those struggling with substance use. For people in the Manchester area, this center provides a creative outlet and significant support for recovery.
Granite Pathways
Granite Pathways provides peer support, workshops, and recovery group meetings in the Portsmouth area. They also have specialized programs such as Parenting in Recovery, job readiness training, support for families with a justice-involved child, and a program for those with serious mental health issues or a brain injury. If these programs would help you, reach out to Granite Pathways for assistance.
New Hampshire 211
New Hampshire residents who call 211 find a host of social services at their fingertips. Callers can connect to food, clothing, housing services, senior and/or child care, educational support, legal services, veteran’s support, and more. Save time by calling 211 and getting all the information you need in one place.
Harm Reduction & Opioid Resources
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New Hampshire Harm Reduction Coalition (NHHRC)
The New Hampshire Harm Reduction Coalition (NHHRC) provides a list of syringe service programs (SSPs) in the state, along with program websites and hours of operation. SSPs in New Hampshire provide sterile supplies, naloxone (Narcan) kits, safe syringe disposal, and other support. They can also provide referrals to social services and/or substance use treatment for those who are interested.
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New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services
The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services provides finder tools to help state residents access recovery housing, peer support, family support groups, and state-funded recovery community organizations. These resources are vital for those who have finished treatment and need support to maintain their long-term sobriety.
ServiceLink: NH Care Path
ServiceLink: NH Care Path is a great starting point for those in need of state resources for financial assistance, caregiver support, transportation needs, substance use treatment, care for mental, behavioral, and emotional health, disability services, and more. By visiting the website or calling the ServiceLink number, you can connect to the state services you need.
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