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About The New Hampshire Recovery Hub

Safe Harbor Recovery Center

The goal of the New Hampshire Recovery Hub is to offer New Hampshire residents a reliable source of information and resources at any stage of their recovery journey. This is a project by New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, Bureau of Drug and Alcohol ServicesThe Partnership for a Drug-Free New Hampshire, and Statewide Peer Recovery Services Facilitating Organization at Harbor Homes, Inc

 New Hampshire’s vibrant peer recovery support services are flourishing across the state. The state’s recovery community is building bridges and saving lives. Recovery coaches are helping people who have precious few resources available to them, day in and day out. Recovery community centers are valuable meeting places and offer a variety of wellness activities. Substance use disorders (SUDs) are highly preventable and treatable, and the state is implementing a comprehensive and lasting response to address this epidemic

Contact Us - Important Information Regarding Contacting the NH Recovery Hub

For questions or feedback relating to the NH Recovery Hub email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Please do not submit patient medical information via email. The NH Recovery Hub is provided for informational purposes only, and visitors are advised to share their private information only with authorized medical or behavioral health professionals.

The NH Recovery Hub is not a crisis service and e-mails to the site are not monitored in real time. If you or someone you know is experiencing a substance use or an addiction-related crisis call the NH Statewide Addiction Crisis Line at 1.844.711.HELP (4357). Calls to the crisis line will be answered by a trained counselor 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

If you have a medical emergency, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.

What Types of Recovery Services are Available in New Hampshire?

 

Recovery Coaching

Services provided by trained community members who serve as guides and mentors to individuals seeking or in recovery in order to assist those individuals with developing a recovery plan and removing barriers to recovery.

 

Telephone Recovery Support Services

 Scheduled and as-needed telephone contacts that provide peer support and encouragement as well as information about mutual aid groups and other supports that may be available to individuals in or seeking recovery.

 

Healthy Living Groups

Peer Recovery Support Service providers offer a wide range of healthy living groups. These groups may take the form of gardening or yoga activities, financial literacy, goal setting, work readiness training and more. Contact providers directly for more information

 

Mutual Aid Groups & Meetings

Every recovery community center makes space available for a variety of recovery groups including Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Al-Non, family support groups, and non-traditional support groups such as SMART, Refuge Recovery, and All Recovery. Contact providers directly to learn more about scheduled meetings.

 

Other Recovery Resources

 

Find Mutual Aid Groups

New Hampshire Alcoholics Anonymous: nhaa.net

New Hampshire Narcotics Anonymous: gsana.org

New Hampshire Al-Anon: nhal-anon.org

 

Find Mutual Aid Groups

 Grief Recovery After a Substance Passing (GRASP): grasphelp.org

SMART Recovery: smartrecoverynh.org

Heroin Anonymous: heroinanonymousnh.org

 

Family Support Programs

Families Sharing Without Shame: families-sharing-without-shame.com

NH Family Support Groups: nh4youth.org/families-youth/family-support-groups-substance-use-issues