DHMC Drug & Alcohol Addiction Services: hotline: 1-800-556-6249 or 603-653-1860
Provides evaluation, treatment and referral to appropriate services for individuals suffering from addiction. No physician referral required.
Headrest: 24-hour talk line: 603-448-4400
- Teenline: 1-800-639-6095
Provides a 24-hour crisis line, outpatient substance use disorder (SUD) counseling and a Transitional Living Program. Collaborates with West Central Behavioral Health and Child Family Services to run the Youth Empowerment Services (YES) Program for teens suffering with substance use disorder.
- 603-448-6655 (NH)
- 802-295-7611 (VT)
- Drug Abuse Hotline: 1-800-662-4357
- Alcohol Abuse Hotline: 1-800-234-0420
- NH: 603-448-4400; VT: 802-773-5575
Second Wind Foundation: 200 Olcott Drive, White River Jct., VT
Advancing addiction recovery with support services, education and advocacy with a focus on peer support and inclusiveness. Upper Valley Turning Point is a community center specifically for people in recovery. A safe substance free environment staffed by people who offer free peer support 7 days/week.
Willow Grove: 802-281-7076 A transitional home for women in recovery.
Willow Grove is a supportive transitional residence for women in early recovery. Established in 2004, Willow Grove offers family-style, substance-free housing for residents who work or volunteer and pay modest rent for room and board. The goal of the Willow Grove program is for residents to strengthen the foundation of their recovery and move toward independent, productive lives.
Health Connections' purpose is to prevent and reduce the risk of tobacco use, alcohol and drug abuse, while also promoting healty eating and active living lifestyles targeting lower income and vulnerable populations.
Addiction Resource: For addiction treatment and help call: 1-800-662-HELP (4357)
Created to help addicts and their loved ones overcome the addiction. Raises awareness of the dangers of addiction and helps local communitis stay drug-free
Our goal is to provide you with valuable and verifiable information on substances abuse, addiction recovery, as well as direct you to the different sources of help, including The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)—the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
American Society of Addiction Medicine: Connect • Advocate • Educate • Treat
Addiction is a chronic brain disease and there are treatments available to help patients.