group discussing drug addiction treatmentAddiction is a chronic disease, which means that relapse is common. For those in recovery from drug addiction, knowing where to turn in times of stress or when other triggers are present can be helpful. At New Hampshire Detox Center, our drug addiction treatment programs help clients build the tools they need for long-term sobriety. Addiction causes changes in the brain that can make it hard to stay sober on your own. If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction to prescription medications or illicit substances, we can help.

In our drug and alcohol detox center, clients receive 24/7 care and support during some of the most challenging days of the recovery journey. To learn more about our programs and to begin the admissions process, you can reach out to a member of our team today at 603.932.7692 or connect with us online.

What Addictions Do We Treat?

Heroin Addiction

This illicit substance is highly addictive and can quickly cause dependency to form. Some individuals turn to heroin after running out of opioid pain relievers. Since heroin is an illegal substance, it can be difficult to know how potent it is or if it’s cut with something else, which can be dangerous.

Opioid Addiction

Opioid addiction is incredibly common. Opioid pain relievers are often prescribed for those with chronic pain or to help with pain from an illness or injury. Misusing prescription pain relievers can lead to addiction. We help our clients manage chronic pain so that they do not relapse and begin using opioids again.

Meth Addiction

This illicit stimulant is highly addictive, and long-term use can lead to dangerous physical and mental health issues. We help those who are addicted to meth work through the underlying causes of addiction and build healthy coping skills.

Benzo Addiction

Benzodiazepines, which include Xanax and Valium, are often prescribed to treat anxiety or insomnia. These central nervous system depressants slow activity in the brain. They are also habit-forming. In our rehab center, we help clients manage the symptoms of anxiety or insomnia in healthy ways so they can maintain sobriety.

How Drug Addiction Treatment Can Prevent Relapse

Although we offer detox programs, in our rehab center, detox is just the first step on the road to lasting recovery. Our drug addiction treatment programs help clients avoid relapse even after they leave our center. During group and individual therapy sessions, clients work to identify their triggers for relapse and build healthy coping skills to help them stay sober even in the face of challenges.

Some of the most common triggers for relapse include:

  • Stress at work or at home
  • Feeling hungry, angry, lonely, or tired
  • Encountering those who you used to do drugs with
  • Experiencing withdrawal symptoms
  • Not practicing self-care
  • Not attending ongoing treatment or 12-step sessions

Relapse prevention plans include steps to take after encountering one of these triggers. Attending 12-step meetings, contacting a member of a support network, and practicing self-care are just a few of the ways that those who are new to recovery can maintain their sobriety.

We also offer sober activities to help our clients learn to enjoy life without drugs or alcohol. Group activities and events promote strong friendships and boost self-esteem.

The Path to Recovery Begins at New Hampshire Detox Center

In our addiction treatment center in New Hampshire, you’ll find high-quality care from compassionate, experienced team members. We understand the unique challenges those who struggle with addiction can face, from family conflict to mental health issues. Our treatment programs help clients work through these underlying causes of addiction to promote lasting recovery.

If you’re struggling with drug addiction, connect with a member of our team. We’ll help you access the treatment you need to heal. During detox and beyond, you’ll receive support and care that can help you change your life. We accept both Medicaid and private insurance to ensure that we can help our entire community. Contact New Hampshire Detox Center at 603.932.7692 or reach out online to learn more.