Recovery Resources

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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Peer support to stay sober and help others achieve sobriety. Greater Manchester has numerous meeting sites.
800-593-3330
(on website go to District 12 for locations)
nhaa.net


FAMILIES IN TRANSITION AND FAMILY WILLOWS IOP
Services include: intensive outpatient program and outpatient services for substance abuse; affordable housing; family emergency shelter; permanent supportive housing; transitional housing.
122 Market Street,
Manchester, NH 03101
603-935-7900 , ext. 1711
Insurance: BDAS supported, sliding fee scale, Medicaid; Medicare; Well Sense Health Plan/Beacon Health Strategies; NH Healthy Families Health Plan/Cenpatico; Ambetter; Anthem; Harvard Pilgrim; Maine Community Health Options; Minuteman.
Housing – income based rent.
fitnh.org


GRANITE STATE AREA
NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS
Peer support for friends and family of addicts.
888-624-3578
gsana.org


HEALTHCARE FOR THE HOMELESS – MANCHESTER
Clinic services include primary medical care, mental health care, addiction counseling, nurse case management, health education, social services, and assistance with entitlements such as food stamps, Medicaid and disability applications. In addition, dental care and eye care is available on a limited basis.
Insurance: No one is turned away due to an inability to pay.
HCH Manchester – Mobile Community Health Team
@ CMC Community Health Services
Program Office:
195 McGregor Street
Manchester, NH 03101
603-624-8718
catholicmedicalcenter.org/community-health


HELPING HANDS OUTREACH CENTER
Alcohol/drug recovery related transitional housing — sober living environment offered to men aged
18 and up.
50 Lowell Street,
Manchester, NH 03101
603-623-8778
helpinghandsmanchesternh.com


HOPE FOR NH RECOVERY CENTER
Hope for NH Recovery is for people interested in recovery. We offer a safe judgment-free space and peer support to those who are seeking recovery, family and friends of, or those who are in recovery themselves that know the importance of giving back what was freely given to them. Our focus is to help people learn to get comfortable in their recovery utilizing a non-clinical peer to peer based approach. Helping people learn how to have fun in their recovery so they wish to remain in recovery is our priority. We offer telephone recovery support, social events, 12 step and other mutual aid meetings, and several groups throughout the week.
293 Wilson Street,
Manchester, NH 03103
603-935-7524
hopefornhrecovery.org


LIBERTY HOUSE
Substance-free housing for veterans transitioning from homelessness. Employment and housing assistance, food pantry and clothing closet.
75 West Baker Street,
Manchester, NH 03103
603-669-0761
libertyhousenh.org


LIVE FREE RECOVERY CONSULTANTS
Family recovery services and recovery support services.
2 Puzzle Lane, Bldg 2, Unit 1,
Newton, NH 03858
603-702-2461
livefreerecovery.com


NAR-ANON, COCAINE ANONYMOUS
Peer support for friends and family of addicts. Hope and Serenity:
40 Central Street,
Manchester, NH 03101
800-477-6291
nar-anon.org


GROUPS: RECOVER TOGETHER
Group therapy and medication-assisted treatment (Suboxone maintenance) for opiate addiction.
Payment/Insurance: $65 per week.
575 South Willow Street,
Manchester, NH 03103
800-683-8313
joingroups.com


SALVATION ARMY
Community programs and services including Narcotics Anonymous, Senior Center, dance and drama classes, women’s group, bible study and church services.
121 Cedar Street,
Manchester, NH 03101
603-627-7013
salvationarmy.org


TEEN CHALLENGE
A Christian residential drug recovery program that is part of a network of 10 Teen Challenge centers across New England and New Jersey. Faith-based recovery program for 18+ year old males
147 Laurel Street,
Manchester, NH 03103
603-647-7770
tcmanchester.org


VA HOSPITAL
Provides medication, psychotherapy, substance abuse, recovery, housing, and supportive employment services.
718 Smyth Road,
Manchester, NH 03103
603-624-4366
manchester.va.gov