Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in New Hampshire
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Historically, the state of New Hampshire has always had serious substance abuse issues, and now drug deaths are at crisis levels. From 2013 to 2015, overdose deaths in New Hampshire more than doubled. In 2016, there were over 400 overdose deaths, with around 75% of them due to fentanyl, a deadly synthetic opioid used to tranquilize elephants and other large animals. The state had the nation’s highest per-capita fentanyl overdose death rate.
New Hampshire—Uniting Communities in Substance Abuse Prevention
In the wake of so many lives lost and many more in danger, the state has expanded its prevention and treatment efforts. Lawmakers in New Hampshire are working to make substance abuse an issue of public concern and reduce the stigmas that prevent people from seeking treatment. The state’s rehabs are beginning to treat substance use disorders and mental health side-by-side, hoping to foster long-term recovery for more people.
Substance abuse is not a moral failing. New Hampshire recognizes substance use disorders as a mental health issue, that deserves proper attention and care. Recovery is possible, and a New Hampshire rehab can help you or your loved one find freedom in sobriety. Call us today to talk to one of our friendly representatives about your range of treatment options: 1-866-317-7050.
- Rates of substance abuse in New Hampshire remain above national averages. Each year, more than 100,000 people in the state’s small population are dependent upon or abusing alcohol and/or drugs.
- Only between 8 and 14% of those in need actually seek and receive treatment services.
- Among people in treatment in New Hampshire during 2015, the most common primary substance of abuse by far was heroin—for almost half of all treatment admissions.
- Following heroin, the next most common substance of abuse was alcohol, followed by other opiates, including prescription painkillers.
- In just the 2 years between 2013 and 2015, the number of heroin treatment admissions in New Hampshire increased dramatically—by more than 30%.
Getting Clean and Sober in New Hampshire
In general, most treatment settings in New Hampshire will provide:
- Substance abuse counseling and education
- Intervention services
- Group and individual sessions with counselors
- Relapse prevention
- Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Anger management
New Hampshire’s Prevention and Recovery Groups
- The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) manages the state’s prevention and treatment efforts through the Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services (BDAS). On their website, they provide a listing of state-funded treatment programs and other recovery resources in their Treatment Resource Guide.
- The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation is a statewide community group focused on a number of issues, including education, the environment, and the health of New Hampshire’s citizens. The foundation helps to fund major substance abuse prevention groups in the state, and is involved in prevention efforts among New Hampshire’s youth.
- BDAS and the N.H. Charitable Foundation help to fund the New Hampshire Center for Excellence, which collects data and information about substance abuse in New Hampshire to better inform the state’s treatment services. The Center operates the New Hampshire Alcohol and Drug Treatment Locator, which lists treatment providers across the state and allows individuals to search for specific types of treatment services.
- Partnership for a Drug-Free NH works to educate the state’s communities about substance abuse problems and potential solutions. Their website is a valuable resource for people seeking help and those in recovery, with information about harmful substances and opportunities to get involved in community programs.
- Hope for New Hampshire Recovery is a recovery community organization (RCO) that offers free, long-term peer support to both individuals and families affected by addiction. The group operates recovery centers across the state, where individuals can connect with other people in recovery, find guidance in recovery, and build a community of support.