New Hampshire Drug Rehab and Alcohol Addiction Treatment
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Learn More About New Hampshire Drug and Alcohol Treatment Centers
If you are facing a drug or alcohol addiction, now is the best time to seek the professional help you need. A New Hampshire drug rehab can give you treatments and helpful tools designed to prevent relapse for the long term. Although many people are able to quit on their own, some people may require the support of a professional treatment program, and there’s nothing wrong with that.
Quitting with assistance becomes particularly important if you have experienced dangerous withdrawal symptoms in the past. This is also important if you are at risk of a dangerous withdrawal like you would be with benzodiazepine addiction. If so, you should find a treatment program at a medical facility that can provide drug detox services. If you are addicted to opioid drugs, treatment with methadone will not only help you through withdrawal but throughout treatment. Methadone can block the many lingering symptoms that follow opioid withdrawal, including drug cravings so that you can concentrate on therapy and healing.
Your first New Hampshire drug rehab program will probably be an inpatient or residential program or partial hospitalization or intensive outpatient program. These programs ensure you are either in the treatment environment 24/7 or living at home while attending treatment all day, possibly seven days a week. Next will be an outpatient program with fewer hours and more time spent outside the rehab environment. If you are not ready for independent living at this time in recovery, you may move into a sober living facility. There you will live and share household tasks with others in recovery.
Rehab treatment does not completely end after formal treatment ends. Usually, patients attend aftercare services. You may continue to see your counselor or attend group therapy sessions. You may go to AA or NA peer support meetings. Some drug and alcohol treatment centers offer alumni services, like sober holiday parties. All of these serve as ways for you to stay in touch with yourself and the status of your recovery for the sake of preventing relapse.