Find Drug and Alcohol Treatment in New Hampshire That Works

Dartmouth College. Maple syrup. Budweiser clydesdales. Boasting 1,300 lakes, quaint towns and vivid autumn splendor, New Hampshire is a true gem among New England states. This tiny coastal state is home to plenty who’ve made history, including famous poet Robert Frost and astronaut Alan Shepard. Among other accolades, the Granite State was the first of the 13 colonies to declare independence from England — six months before the declaration of independence was signed. From the White Mountain National Forest to its sleepy seaside towns, New Hampshire has so much to offer residents and visitors alike. But sadly, it’s not immune to the destruction that drugs and alcohol cause.

In recent years, the New England state has been plagued by the powerful opioid fentanyl, and now leads the country in the number of fentanyl-related deaths. Aside from opioids, adults and adolescents alike struggle with prescription drug abuse, alcoholism and a variety of mental health issues that coincide with substance abuse. If you or a loved one is looking for drug or alcohol treatment in New Hampshire, there are resources, hotlines and caring representatives waiting to help you. Recovery is possible — in New Hampshire and beyond.

New Hampshire’s Opioid Crisis

Despite its coastal beauty and vibrant New England culture, this state is not immune to the opioid crisis sweeping the nation. People are prescribed powerful opioid painkillers for a variety of reasons, and 64 out of each 100 patients in New Hampshire took opioids in 2016. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), in 2015, nearly 35 out of every 100,000 New Hampshire residents died by opioid overdose. More recently in 2016, 458 New Hampshire residents died by opioid overdose — the highest opioid-related death rate the state has ever recorded. But hope is on the horizon for New Hampshire. If you or a loved one are addicted to opioids, these resources can help.

Our Closest Facility:
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The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper Drug & Alcohol Rehab
761 Cuthbert Boulevard Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
The Recovery Village / IAFF Center of Excellence does not operate in the state of New Hampshire. Our closest facility is in New Jersey and can be seen in the map above.

Choosing a New Hampshire Rehab Facility

There are a few things to consider before choosing a type of drug or alcohol rehab in New Hampshire. As no two New Hampshire drug rehab centers are the same, it’s important to evaluate your options, goals and needs carefully so you can ensure you get the right treatment for you. Some useful criteria for choosing a center include:

  • Levels of care offered (detox, partial hospitalization, etc.)
  • Availability of patient-tailored programs
  • Specializations and reputation of staff
  • Average length of programs
  • Reviews from past clients
  • Taper medications (if any) used in treatment
  • Level of confidentiality in treatment

The Recovery Village: Your Destination for Wellness

In New Hampshire, drug treatment is becoming increasingly available. If you need to travel for treatment, or are looking for options outside drug rehab in New Hampshire, The Recovery Village can help. With centers across America, The Recovery Village can provide comprehensive, confidential treatment for any substance use or alcohol use disorder.