The search for the best rehab centers across the nation now brings us to New Hampshire. These drug rehab centers in New Hampshire are quite comprehensive in the services they offer which include treatments like yoga and online counseling sessions. In order to rate the centers, we took into account criteria like staff, food and nutrition, overall experience, and effectiveness and, after ranking and filtering the list, now present the 10 best rehabs in New Hampshire.
The Plymouth House is a retreat where those looking to recover from drug and alcohol addiction are taught and immersed in the 12 step program. Their staff consists of seasoned individuals very familiar with the 12 steps and who have experience in their own recovery. At The Plymouth House individuals will also participate in hiking, yoga and meditation.
Webster Place Recovery Center is a drug and alcohol addiction recovery facility open to men and women ages 18 and up. While the length of stay at Webster Place is open-ended, most commit to a 30-day program and end up staying longer as they see the changes they are making. The center practices the 12 step program, Health Realization and The Three Principles which include mind, consciousness and thought.
The Phoenix House is a drug and alcohol addiction treatment center committed to treating the whole individual—and their families. They treat teens, adults and families as well as offer a unique program to the military community and mothers with young children. Theirs is a holistic and evidenced-based approach to addiction care.
Amethyst Foundation is a private, nonprofit organization that offers substance abuse education, intervention and evaluation to courts, individuals and probation officers. They offer a weekend program as well as the Addiction Severity Index (ASI) administration. Amethyst does not require that their clients attend AA meetings or other self-help meetings.
Run by Paul Charles, a licensed drug and alcohol abuse counselor, Paula Charles Counseling Services is a counseling center for those seeking recovery from drug alcohol addiction. Paula works from a cognitive behavioral perspective and offers online and and phone counseling sessions.
Community Improvement Associates is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping those seeking recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. Their counselors are trained in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT and REBT). Counseling is given in both group and individual settings. Community Improvement Associates is also an Access to Recovery provider, which makes it possible for individuals to receive grants to pay for their treatment.
Farnum Center is a drug and alcohol treatment facility that provides a fairly comprehensive list of services including medical detox, Suboxone clinic, outpatient, intensive outpatient and inpatient therapy. Treatment includes lectures, meetings, group discussions, exercise, music and meditation as well as field trips to museums, outside meetings, sports and recovery events.
WestBridge is a nonprofit organization dedicated to treating those who suffer from co-occurring mental illness. Their services include residential treatment programs, outpatient services, family education and support. Clients are instructed and encouraged to participate in their wellness program which includes regular exercise and a healthy diet. Currently their residential programs are for men ages 18 and older only.
Brian Houghton, LADC Outpatient Counseling Services is a clinic that offers counseling for those seeking recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. They offer assessments and evaluations, outpatient counseling, referrals and interventions. Brian is a licensed alcohol and drug counselor.