Find a Drug and Alcohol Abuse Rehab Center in New Hampshire

Deciding to get treatment is the first—and often the most difficult—step to getting your life back. Once you’ve made the life-changing decision to get help, you can simplify the process by scrolling through our listings for treatment centers in New Hampshire. The facility reviews written by people who’ve been through the programs will help narrow down your search. If you need to speak to someone, you can call us at any time of day to get assistance connecting to a program.

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NH Substance Abuse Facts 

The number of people in New Hampshire receiving treatment for a substance use disorder increases every year; in 2015, single-day count surveying revealed that more than 8,000 people were enrolled in NH substance abuse treatment programs, up from under 6,000 in 2011.1 What’s even more concerning is that this is just a small portion of the people suffering from addiction. A survey found that less than 11% of people actually receive addiction treatment when they need it.2

It’s important that those who are suffering from drug dependence and addiction get the help they need and complete a full treatment program at a rehab facility. Without professional medical help, you or your loved one are at risk of overdose and other physical and mental health complications. You may think overdose won’t happen to you, but, in reality, if you are abusing drugs, you are at risk. Overdoses are happening every day in New Hampshire. The state continues to have one of the highest overdose rates in the United States. In 2015 alone, overdose deaths in the state rose to 422, an increase of almost 100 deaths from the previous year.3

Getting Addiction Treatment Help

With so many rehab options available, searching for the right center for you can be overwhelming. Don’t let this delay you from getting the help you need; there are ways to make your search easier:

  • Make a list of all your “must-haves”. Is it essential that you have privacy? Do you prefer a single-gender facility? Think about all the things you need to make your recovery a success, and filter your search results accordingly.
  • Do some research into the types of therapies provided at the facility. Make sure you understand what type of help the facility offers and decide whether those methods are right for you. Reading about the credentials and experience of the staff can also help you make your final decision.
  • Speak to a treatment support advisor. A support specialist can explain your options and the different types of programs recommended for your particular situation. Call 1-888-744-0069Who Answers? today and take some of the stress out of choosing a rehab facility.

Where Else Can I Find Help?

Addiction treatment can range anywhere from $600 a day for a detox program to $58,000 for an entire 90-day program.4 Don’t let the cost stop you from getting help—there are several options to help you pay for treatment.

If you need financial assistance, you may be able to get help from:

  • Health insurance. Medicaid, Medicare, and private health insurance may cover all or part of your rehab costs.
  • Rehab centers. Some facilities offer payment plans to remove the burden of having to make a lump sum payment. Some also offer sliding fee scales to low-income individuals.
  • Personal loans.
  • State-funded rehab centers. Run by the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, these facilities provide free detox treatment and support services if you are a low-income earner, do not have adequate insurance, and meet the eligibility requirements.

Resources in New Hampshire

There are numerous resources for New Hampshire residents who want more information about or are struggling with drug abuse and addiction:

  • New Hampshire Statewide Addiction Crisis Line:
  • Partnership for a Drug-Free New Hampshire: This nonprofit organization delivers messages about the problems of and solutions for drug and alcohol abuse in the state. The organization manages a “Speak Up New Hampshire” program that aims to reduce the stigma around addiction.
  • 211 New Hampshire: Helpline that connects you to information about health and human services in your local area.
  • SAMHSA National Helpline: Call this helpline for information about mental and/or substance use disorders or to receive a referral to a treatment center.
    • (800) 662-HELP (4357)
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: If you’re experiencing emotional distress or having a suicidal crisis because of your addiction, this helpline provides free and confidential support any time of day or night.
    • (800) 273-8255

If you’re experiencing an emergency situation, such as an overdose, you should go straight to calling 911. Don’t wait.

Sources:
  1. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Behavioral Health Barometer: New Hampshire, Volume 4: Indicators as measured through the 2015 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, the National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services, and the Uniform Reporting System. HHS Publication No. SMA– 17–Baro–16–States–NH. Rockville, MD: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, 2017.
  2. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2016). Key Substance Use and Mental Health Indicators in the United States: Results from the 2015 National Survey on Drug Use and Health.
  3. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2016). Drug Overdose Death Data.
  4. American Addiction Centers. (2017).
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