Drug and alcohol addiction can impact anyone, regardless of age, gender, race, income level, or background. In addition, it can cause harm to the families of those who struggle with addiction. A drug rehab program can help you or your loved one begin to heal from the effects of addiction. At New Hampshire Detox Center, our substance abuse treatment programs can give you a strong start to recovery.
Recovery is a process. Our drug and alcohol rehab center offers the support you need to heal. Reach out to our team at 603.932.7692 or connect with us online to learn more.
Looking for Addiction Treatment in New Hampshire?
At New Hampshire Detox Center, we offer a variety of specialized treatment programs to meet the needs of each of our clients. Beginning with residential detox monitored by medical professionals, we help our clients on the road to lasting recovery. During detox, we provide medical care, medications, and support. In our center’s substance abuse treatment programs, evidence-based and holistic therapies help clients work through the underlying causes of addiction.
What sets our center apart? We are the only stand-alone detox center in New Hampshire, which gives us the unique opportunity to support those in our community during some of the most challenging days of recovery. We accept both Medicaid and private insurance to help as many individuals as possible access treatment that could change their lives.
Our Substance Abuse Treatment Programs
Our addiction treatment specialists can determine which program is right for you.
Men’s Rehab Program
Our men’s treatment program is designed to address the challenges that affect men in recovery. We create personalized plans that can help you heal from addiction and co-occurring mental health issues.
Women’s Rehab Program
Women need a safe, supportive space in recovery. At New Hampshire Detox Center, we offer women’s-only group therapy sessions and personalized treatment plans.
Alcohol Addiction Treatment Program
Alcohol addiction can cause damage to your health, relationships, and finances. However, a specialized treatment program can help you during detox and beyond.
Drug Addiction Treatment Program
Both prescription and illicit drugs can have the potential for drug abuse. Through targeted therapies and medication-assisted treatment, our clients begin the road to recovery with a strong foundation.
Heroin Addiction Treatment Program
All heroin use is dangerous. In our heroin addiction treatment program, we help clients avoid relapse and build the tools they need for long-term sobriety.
Opioid Addiction Treatment Program
Through medication-assisted treatment as well as group and individual therapy sessions, our clients begin the road to recovery from opioid use disorder.
Meth Addiction Treatment Program
If you’re struggling with the use of meth or other stimulants, our residential treatment program can help with meth addiction.
Benzo Addiction Treatment Program
Benzodiazepines like Valium and Xanax can be highly addictive. We’ll help you safely detox from these substances and begin to heal
Extended Residential Program
Inpatient treatment programs promote lasting recovery and help clients avoid relapse. If you’re struggling with a severe form of addiction, our extended residential treatment program can help.
Certain medications, including Suboxone and Vivitrol, can curb cravings and ease withdrawal symptoms in the early days of recovery
Contact Our Team Today
Reach out to New Hampshire Detox Center today to learn more about our treatment programs for alcohol and drug addiction. Some of the therapies and services we offer in our residential programs include:
- Group therapy
- Individual therapy
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy
- Dialectical behavior therapy
- Holistic therapy
- Family therapy
- Trauma therapy
Discover how we can help you or your loved one heal. We’re committed to providing accessible, high-quality addiction treatment to New Hampshire residents. If you’re ready to break the cycle of addiction and take back your life, connect with us today by calling 603.932.7692 or reaching out online.