If you or someone you care about struggles with substance misuse, please know you are not alone, people care and they want to help. We encourage you to use this information for assistance. If you have any questions, please contact our office.   


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For immediate assistance throughout the state please call The NH Statewide Addiction Crisis Line, it is active 24/7 and a person will pick up:  1-844-711-HELP (4357). You may also visit their website for treatment, recovery and support service information: nhtreatment.org 








September 2018 was National Recovery Month
https://recoverymonth.gov/about

"Prevention and recovery are one and the same. Having a strong community that supports young people and families is prevention and recovery all in one." 
- Celeste Clark, RCFY Executive Director




There are many options, and many paths, to recovery and support. 
  • Northern New England Poison Center: 1-800-222-1222.
  • Keep Hope Alive Family Support Group is starting up here in Raymond on July 18th, from 7 - 8:30pm. Then meetings will be held on the first and third Wednesdays of every month. 
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  • Raymond RAPS - in partnership with our Recovery Task ForceGranite Pathways and Raymond Baptist Church - FREE Recovery services are available to the community, by appointment only, to anyone aged 12 years and older, with Regional Assistance Point Services. This service FREE and CONFIDENTIAL. Call (603) 931-3700 to schedule an appointment (click picture below for full program brochure).
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  • New Hampshire Recovery Hub: New Hampshire Recovery Hub is a resource for people who are curious about, entering, or sustaining recovery from substance use disorders. is aimed at assembling all of the information in one spot and letting people know it has the seal of approval from state officials. This website just launched the last week of May, 2018, and is a partnership between Drug Free NH, the Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services and peer recovery services at Harbor Homes.



Where to go for help?

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If you or a family member is struggling, first and most importantly, we want you to know you are not alone and that people in our community care and understand. While we continue to work to increase resources here to Raymond, we want you to know there are options out there to help. 


For concern regarding Heroin or Opioid abuse, please reference this Resource Tree Map. It will walk you through a variety of options and places to call. Below it are several support group options as well that are in and around our area.




Helpful Links

Counseling Services:
Seacoast Mental Health Center – Promoting recovery since 1963
Webster Place Recovery Center – Where recovery works

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1CrD7lVx8yO-Rp4sM37dBhBCdemByEZA4

Family Support:

A Safe Place – Saving lives and creating futures
A Parent’s Guide to the Teen Brain
Boys Town – Saving children, healing families.
NIEHS Activities – Spend time with you child and have some fun – Games, Puzzles, Experiments
Families First – Support for families, health care for all
Family Day – Family dinners are an effective way to help keep America’s kids substance free
Family Support Groups in New Hampshire - Provided by Granite Pathways



Treatment & Recovery:

Addiction Recovery Services – Evidence-based treatment for substance use and co-occurring mental health symptoms. Portsmouth and Salem, NH locations. Intensive Outpatient Programs and Aftercare offered.
   

Addiction Center: Helping you find an inpatient drug rehab in New Hampshire.
Addiction Resource Center - An initiative of the Addiction Policy Forum, Addiction Resource Center is a comprehensive, interactive portal to support individuals and families struggling with addiction, learn about substance use disorders, and access help.  
Crossroads Recovery Center is located in Salem, NH. You can contact their office at (603) 912-4490. You may also visit their website for more information. 

http://www.granitepathwaysnh.org/rap/
Granite Pathways Regional Access Points: Regional Access Point Services is a statewide network, accessible by phone or in person to help New Hampshire residents struggling with addiction, to get the timely, supportive services they need; helping both individuals and families navigate the complex systems of care to real solutions.


Live Free Recovery offers a comprehensive approach to treating adolescents with a substance use disorder. Locations in Newton, NH and Rochester, NH. Contact them at (603) 563-0061, or info@livefreerecovery.com









 


"Minister Craig" - AKA M.C. Recovery - A local invaluable Addiction Recovery Resource! He is an advocate for Recovery, providing support and ministering, working closely with young people and adults alike. You can reach him via e-mail: MCRecovery333@gmail.com, or call him at (603) 320-0567.




NH Alcohol and Drug Treatment Locator - Treatment for problems with alcohol or drug abuse is available. Find a provider in your area.

http://nhhrc.org/ 
New Hampshire Harm Reduction Coalition - NHHRC is a statewide grassroots organization dedicated to the implementation of public health strategies that reduce the harm associated with drug use and misuse. NHHRC engages in policy advocacy, multi-sector education, resource and policy development, coalition and capacity building, and direct services.






Road to a Better Life – Free yourself from your struggle with dependence. Nine locations throughout New Hampshire: Somersworth, Newington, Merrimack, Concord, Plymouth, North Conway, Littleton, Wolfeboro and Lebanon. 

SAMHSA - The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's Opioid Treatment Program Directory.