Recovery

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NH Recovery Hub

The Center for Recovery Resources provides direct support and resource navigation to those impacted by addiction through individual recovery planning, support groups, community engagement, and family support services.
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Turning Point

The Upper Valley Turning Point is a community center for people in recovery from substance use disorder and addictive behavior, offering a safe, substance-free environment populated by people in recovery who offer peer support seven days a week at no cost to the consumer.

Moms in Recovery

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Moms in Recovery is a safe space where you can meet with other women who are in recovery from substance use disorder and get help with recovery.

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Support Team for Addiction Recovery Transition (D-H S.T.A.R.T)

Emergency Department Recovery Coach Services

When a patient presents for emergency care related to use of substances and s/he expresses a desire for treatment or motivation for recovery, then services of a Recovery Coach will be activated as part of the treatment plan. View or download the PDF brochure.

Now, with the availability of on-call ED Recovery Coach services, a relationship can be initiated between a patient and a D-H team member, whose role is to follow-up post-ED discharge to help patients successfully engage in appropriate behavioral health care and/or peer recovery-based follow-up services.

NH Recovery Resource Guide

The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services has compiled this downloadable and printable guide of state-funded recovery community centers (updated August 2020). 

For a current and comprehensive list of treatment and recovery support services across the state, please dial 211 or visit nhtreatment.org or nhrecoveryhub.org.