Treatment

New Hampshire 211

Just Dial '211'

211 is the fastest way to access the most up to date resources in your state. 211 is available 24 hours, 365 days a year in both Vermont and New Hampshire. Callers can find programs and services provided by local community groups, social service and health-related agencies, government organizations, and others based on their specific current need.

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The Doorway at Dartmouth-Hitchcock

Whether you are seeking help for yourself or a loved one, or are looking for information, The Doorway can help connect you to the supports, services and the level of care that’s right for you. Available services include:

  • Screening and evaluation
  • Treatment, including Medication Assisted Treatment
  • Prevention, including naloxone
  • Supports and services to assist in long-term recovery
  • Peer recovery support services
  • And more…

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Addiction Treatment Program

Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s Addiction Treatment Program offers state-of-the-art treatment and prevention services for adults. Their comprehensive programs are patient-centered and based in the most current and innovative evidence-based approaches. Services offered include:

  • Comprehensive evaluation
  • Individual outpatient therapy
  • Co-occuring treatment
  • Psychiatric evaluation and psychopharmacology

Find a local treatment center

These resources for both Vermont and New Hampshire list agencies and practitioners who offer alcohol and other substance use disorder treatment services, such as:

  • Evaluation
  • Withdrawal Management
  • Outpatient Counseling
  • Residential Treatment
  • Recovery Supports
  • And Other Types of Services
New Hampshire's Alcohol and Drug Treatment Locator provides a searchable directory of treatment services in NH. You can filter results by location, level of care, specialty, and payment type.

UV Treatment Resource Guide

Recovery is possible. This consumer’s guide for substance use treatment in the Upper Connecticut River Valley will help you find local treatment services and resources. The providers in this downloadable guide will work with you towards the best course of treatment. It’s never too late to take the first step towards recovery.

What are the levels of care?

Treatment is a continuum marked by different levels of care. These broad categories help individuals understand the care most appropriate for their current needs.

Continuing Education for Addiction Professionals

NH Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association

NHADACA is a non-profit organization committed to enhancing the knowledge and skills of addiction professionals in New Hampshire. NHADACA provides education and programs for substance use and other mental health credentialing, including professional development opportunities throughout the year. 

NHADACA also advocates for awareness of addiction issues and statewide policies that ensure access to addiction services for NH citizens.