The New Hampshire Drug Problem

Addiction and Recovery in NHWhen it comes to seeking treatment for an alcohol or drug addiction, our professional team of substance abuse specialists can help guide you through the choices you have to make, regarding New Hampshire drug and alcohol recovery programs. Our service is available for you throughout the state, whether you are from Concord, Manchester, Nashua, Portsmouth, or surrounding areas. Because our counselors have decades of experience, when it comes to helping prospective patients with finding the right facility, they have the knowledge and determination required to make sure that every caller finds the right option for them.

Current Problems Throughout New Hampshire

Retail quantities of cocaine and crack cocaine remain readily available in the state of New Hampshire. Dominican narcotics traffickers are the principal distributors of cocaine in the state. Heroin is available in street level quantities throughout the state, supplied primarily by Dominican traffickers with bases of operation in the Lowell/Lawrence, MA areas. Marijuana is readily available throughout the state and is apparent that marijuana is the predominate drug of choice in the state. The state has experienced a continued growth in availability of methamphetamine within the state in the past few years, particularly in and around the seacoast area. It is anticipated that this trend will continue.

What Happens During Treatment?

One of the scariest things about seeking help for many individuals is the fact that they have no idea what to expect. They have seen dramatic scenes in movies and on television, but they probably don't know anyone who has undergone therapy. By taking you through the various steps, you may find that it is easier to accept the process.

Don't Go to a Poor Drug Rehab ProgramStop! Before you send your loved one to a drug rehab center based only on cost or location, contact us to find out what types of rehabilitation programs have the best recovery rates.

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First, it is important to remember that many programs are slightly different. Even if two programs claim to treat the same type of addiction, their approach can vary. There are countless specialty centers available that deal with religious or spiritual beliefs, sexual orientation, gender, or age. Of course, there is a difference in the patient care within inpatient facilities versus outpatient facilities. Even though different approaches may mean that a facility uses its own distinct philosophy or nuance, there are a number of overarching features that should be in place regardless:

The Focus of any Good Facility

It is true that everyone who is looking at a rehabilitation plan has slightly different needs, but there is one thing everyone has in common a problem with addiction. Even though undergoing a detoxification procedure would curb those initial cravings that someone may feel; actions, thoughts and attitude need to change in order to overcome the negative behavioral pattern. If a person has come to this point, it is obvious that something is wrong what exactly is wrong is important to find out. What motivates the individual to seek out mind-numbing substances in the first place?

A Number of Different Approaches

Getting to that underlying problem may be achieved in a number of different ways. Here are just some of the approaches that we commonly see:

Clear Up Any Confusion

Support for Narcotic Abuse and Addiction in NHWe hope the information you were provided here clears up any potential confusion or anxiety that you may have felt. Of course, it is not possible for us to provide individualized information, unless you contact us about your specific circumstance. Remember that problems with a dependency don't resolve themselves, more often, it is the push from a friend or someone close to them that helps begin the recovery process.

Call 1-800-964-1075 today and find out how much your life can change with one simple call.


Important Local Contact Information:

Governor's Office
(603) 271-2121

Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention, Intervention and Treatment
(603) 271-6100

Attorney General
(603) 271-3658

Department of Corrections
(603) 271-5600

Substance Abuse Services
(603) 271-4936

Regional Alcohol and Drug Abuse Awareness (RADAR) Center
(603) 271-4972 or (800) 804-0909
Email: njackson@dhhs.state.nh.us

Office Safe and Drug-Free Schools
(603) 271-3928
Email: cwhite@ed.state.nh.us

Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
Concord:
(603) 225-1574
Portsmouth:
(603) 433-0650


Local Recovery Centers:

Granite House
(603) 231-0214
35 West Broadway
Derry, NH 03038

Habit Opco
(603) 622-4747
20 Market Street
Manchester, NH 03101

Phoenix House
(603) 358-4041
106 Roxbury Street
Keene, NH 03431

Webster Place Recovery Center
(603) 934-2020
27 Holy Cross Road
Franklin, NH 03235


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