Treatment Resources

NH STATEWIDE ADDICTION CRISIS LINE
Trained counselors to help you find the right next step for you. Call 24/7. Free and Confidential Call 844-711-4357 or email hope@keystonehall.org


NH TREATMENT LOCATOR
Use this locator to find agencies and individual practitioners offering substance use disorder services, including evaluation (this is a critical first step to determine level of treatment needed), withdrawal management (detox), outpatient counseling, residential treatment, recovery supports and other types of services for people experiencing problems with alcohol and other drug use, including addiction.
nhtreatment.org


HELPLINE 211
2-1-1 is an easy-to-remember telephone number that connects callers, at no cost, to information about critical health and human services available in their community.
Dial 211.
211nh.org


CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES
Serving adolescents, children, young adults, adults, couples, pregnant or parenting women, and homeless youth and young adults. Programs include home-based parenting, adoption, substance use assessment, care coordination, individual and group outpatient counseling, recovery support services, homeless support, and transitional living program (18-21). Teen Center offers counseling for drug/alcohol use and severe depression. Grief Recovery After Substance Abuse Passing (GRASP) group meets on the 2nd Thursday of every month at CFS from 6:00-7:30.
Insurance: Accepts most insurance plans and self-pay; supported by DHHS using a sliding fee scale.
464 Chestnut Street,
Manchester, NH 03105
(additional offices throughout the state)
603-518-4000 or 800-640-6486
GRASP: call Lois Kesty at 603-325-5211
cfsnh.org


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. Insurance: BDAS-supported; accepts most insurance
plans; housing is income-based rent.
122 Market Street,
Manchester, NH 03101
Recovery Center and IOP – 603-935-7900 Ext. 1711
603-641-9441 x 401 (substance use treatment)
603-641-9441 (housing intakes)
fitnh.org


FARNUM CENTER
Medical detoxification; residential; outpatient and intensive outpatient; family services; Suboxone clinic.
Insurance: Well Sense Health Plan/Beacon Health Strategies, Anthem, Cigna, Harvard Pilgrim, Medicaid, self-pay, DHHS-supported using sliding fee scale.
140 Queen City Avenue
Manchester, NH 03103
888-840-4243
estreatment.org/farnum-center


MANCHESTER CTC
Methadone-assisted treatment/evaluation; group outpatient.
Insurance: Well Sense Health Plan/Beacon Health Strategies; Medicaid; self pay; DHHS-supported using sliding fee scale.
20 Market Street
Manchester, NH 03101
603-622-4747
newhampshirectc.com/location/manchester


 

HEALTHCARE FOR THE HOMELESS
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 Clinic at New Horizons Shelter
199 Manchester Street,
Manchester, NH 03103
(between Pine & Union Street )
603-663-8716
catholicmedicalcenter.org/community-health


KEYSTONE HALL
Outpatient and residential substance use disorder treatment. Keystone’s 52-bed Cynthia Day Family center offers pregnant and post-partum mothers and children residential SUD treatment on-site.
Insurance: DHHS-supported sliding fee scale; Medicaid, Well Sense Health Plan/Beacon Health Strategies; NH Healthy Families Health Plan/Cenpatico; Ambetter, Anthem; Harvard Pilgrim; Maine Community Health Options; Minuteman; self-pay.
615 Amherst Street,
Nashua, NH 03063
603-881-4848
keystonehall.org


MANCHESTER METRO TREATMENT CENTER
Methadone assisted treatment.
Insurance: Well Sense Health Plan/Beacon Health Strategies; Medicaid; self-pay.
228 Maple Street,
Manchester, NH 03103
603-622-5005
methadonetreatment.com


NH CATHOLIC CHARITIES
Provides individual, marital, family, and couples’ counseling, helping people with personal difficulties including: depression, stress, family conflicts,
relationship problems, anxiety, substance abuse, life adjustment issues, grief and loss.
215 Myrtle Street,
Manchester, NH 03104
tel:603-669-3030 or 800-562-5249
nh-cc.org


OFFICE OF YOUTH SERVICES
Alcohol court referral program, anger management, crisis intervention & referral, fire safe intervention, restitution, substance abuse evaluation, Youth Educational Shoplifting program.
848 Elm Street, Suite 302,
Manchester, NH 03101
603-624-6470
manchesternh.gov/youth


PHOENIX HOUSE
Residents of the state receive a variety of services including social detoxification, residential and
outpatient treatment for adults and adolescents, and aftercare services.
Insurance: Aetna; BC-NH, BC-VT, Cigna Behavioral Health, Inc.; FCHP Behavioral (Managed by Beacon);
Harvard (Managed by UBH); Teamsters Behavioral Health; United Behavioral Health; Value Options.
Keene and Dublin
888-671-9392
phoenixhouse.org


SERENITY PLACE
Social detox — short and long term; intensive outpatient program for men; Lin’s Place transitional living for women; Tirrell House transitional living for men; substance abuse counseling services; 24-hour wrap-around services for anyone seeking
treatment and recovery assistance; help for family members who have a loved one struggling with substance abuse.
Insurance: No charge for services
351 Chestnut Street
Manchester, NH 03101
603-625-6980
serenityplace.org


 

THE MENTAL HEALTH CENTER OF GREATER MANCHESTER – BEDFORD COUNSELING
ASSOCIATES
Counseling for adults & seniors to address personal, family and relationship problems, life changes,
stress, anxiety, child and teen behavior issues, depression, and substance abuse.
Insurance: Medicaid, Medicare and most insurance providers accepted.
2 Wall Street, Suite 300,
Manchester, NH 03101
mhcgm.org


THE MENTAL HEALTH CENTER OF GREATER MANCHESTER – NORTH END COUNSELING
Specialized skill building services for anger management and other extreme feelings, avoiding stressful situations and crises. Emergency response services 24/7 to emotional or psychiatric crises & suicide prevention.
Insurance: Medicaid, Medicare and most all insurance providers accepted.
9 Blodget Street,
Manchester NH 03101
603-668-4111
mhcgm.org


THE MENTAL HEALTH CENTER OF GREATER MANCHESTER – THE CYPRESS CENTER
16-bed short-term inpatient crisis stabilization program; withdrawal management; evaluation; outpatient counseling; recovery support services
(anger management, recovery mentoring and relapse prevention management).
Insurance: Medicaid, Medicare and most all insurance providers accepted.
401 Cypress Street,
Manchester, NH 03101
603-668-4111
mhcgm.org


THE MENTAL HEALTH CENTER OF GREATER MANCHESTER-COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES
Community support services – a full range of recovery oriented services including outreach, case management, counseling, medication management, job placement and residential support for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness.
Insurance: Medicaid, Medicare and most all insurance providers accepted.
1555 Elm Street
Manchester, NH 03101
603-668-4111
mhcgm.org


VA HOSPITAL
Provides medication, psychotherapy, substance abuse, recovery, housing, and supportive employment services.
718 Smyth Road,
Manchester, NH 03104
603-624-4366
manchester.va.gov


WESTBRIDGE
Dual diagnosis residential treatment for men; dual diagnosis outpatient treatment for men and families.
Treating post traumatic, mood, thought and anxiety disorders when combined with substance use disorders.
Insurance: Self-pay
1361 Elm Street, Suite 207,
Manchester, NH 03101
877-461-7711
westbridge.org



Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT)
SBIRT is an evidence-based, integrated, public health approach to the delivery of early intervention and treatment services for persons with
substance use disorder, as well as those who are at risk of developing substance use disorder. SBIRT requires screening of every patient for
potential alcohol or other drug problems and a response which reinforces non-harmful use, educates about the impact of substance misuse
on overall health and safety, and supports patients with problematic use in accessing further assessment, diagnosis, and treatment. New
Hampshire has several initiatives in place to expand SBIRT in Primary Care settings and Community Health Centers.