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Finding Resources for the Whole Self During Recovery

Recovering from Substance Use Disorder is a difficult journey and it affects a person’s life in many ways. The barriers to recovery aren’t always the recovery work itself; although that is also challenging; at ARCNH we recognize the challenges presented by everyday life and work to help you navigate those challenges to build a life that serves your recovery. Here we have put together a brief list of resources that might help you overcome some of the barriers to your recovery. For further help and information please contact us at (603)554-8142 or recover@arcnh.org.

 

211 NH

211 NH “is the connection for New Hampshire residents to the most up to date resources they need from specially trained Information and Referral Specialists. 211 NH is available 24 hours, 365 days a year.” 211 NH has compiled a resource list that is incredibly vast. They can help an individual find services like rental assistance programs, adult housing programs or criminal justice services and many others besides. Their website provides extensive information via an easy to use search tool and referral specialists are available via the easy to remember number of 211. 

Call 211 to speak with a specially trained Referral Specialist to help you find the services you need. 

For individuals outside of NH call 1.866.444.4211

 

Homelessness Prevention and Housing Services

For individuals in Southwestern NH, Southwestern Community Services (SCS)  provides significant aid to finding and maintaining secure housing. Their services include; an Emergency shelter that is available 24 hours a day 365 days a year, housing stabilization counseling, a rapid re-housing program, and a household goods donation program among many other services. These services are provided free of charge and can be learned about in greater detail here: https://www.scshelps.org/housing-stabilization-services/.

 

For individuals in Hillsborough and Rockingham counties, Southern New Hampshire Services (SNHS) provides a Homelessness Prevention and housing program that offers many of the same services of NH Southwestern Community Services. Through SNHS you can access loan assistance programs, bill pay assistance programs, rapid re-housing and other services. To read in more detail about these services visit: https://www.snhs.org/

 

For SCS call (603)352-7512 for their Keene Office or (603)542-9528 for their Claremont Office or visit https://www.scshelps.org/

For SNHS call (603) 668-8010 or visit snhs.org

 

Lamprey Health Care Health Insurance Counseling

The Affordable Care Act made a change that required insurance plans to cover many of the healthcare related expenses of recovery. As a result private insurance plans, Medicaid and Medicare cover many of these expenses. However, the insurance marketplace can be incredibly difficult to navigate. Lamprey Health Care out of Nashua NH provides counseling services to help solve just this problem. “Trained navigators and certified application counselors are available to provide education about the Marketplace, help understand and evaluate Qualified Health Plans, apply for federal tax subsidies and assist with the enrollment process.” 

 

If you need assistance purchasing an insurance plan or understanding your existing insurance call Lamprey Health Care at (603)292-7730 and ask to speak with a Certified Application Counselor. 

 

NH Alcohol and Drug Treatment Locator

Navigating all the available options for Substance Use Disorder Treatment can be overwhelming, confusing and stressful. Thankfully there are some tools that are designed to make this a little easier. One of these is the NH Alcohol and Drug Treatment Locator. The locator can help you find services that include; evaluation, withdrawal management, outpatient counseling, residential treatment, recovery supports and lots more. The “How to Page” gives easy to follow instructions for using the tool. All and all this tool does everything it can to make the process of finding the services you need as easy as possible. 

 

If you want help identifying SUDs treatment options in the state of New Hampshire visit https://nhtreatment.org/

 

SAMSHA Find A Treatment Tool

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration provides a service similar to the NH Alcohol and Drug Treatment Locator but it covers the entire country instead of just NH and can also help you find services that go beyond Substance Use Disorder Recovery. SAMSHA’s find a treatment tool can help you find Substance Use Disorder services, Mental Health services, SUDs and MH services combined, Health Care Centers, Buprenorphine Practitioners (MAR), and Veterans Affairs facilities. This tool can be extremely helpful during the initiation of recovery and as a tool for maintaining recovery as a person’s needs evolve over time. 

 

If you want help finding treatment in the United States for SUDs, Mental Health, or the other discussed services visit https://findtreatment.samhsa.gov/locator

 

ARCNH Referral Services

This brief list is just the tip of the iceberg of available resources. At ARCNH we take your recovery very seriously and we will do everything we can to help you meet all of your needs. If you get in touch with us and let us know your needs we will help you find the resources to meet them. We understand that recovering from addiction affects every facet of your life and we will work with you to find the resources you need to get your life headed in the direction you dreamed of. If you choose to enroll in our free Recovery Coaching program, one of our Coaches will be there to help you find those resources for as long as you need them and to act as a support system for you throughout your recovery. If you just need a one (or two or three) time consultation we’ll be happy to provide that too. We want to make your road to recovery as smooth as possible. Some of the resources we can provide or help connect you to include:

 

  • Withdrawal management
  • Residential SUD treatment
  • Outpatient SUD treatment
  • Medication Assisted Treatment
  • Safe Syringe Programs
  • Mutual-aid meetings/support groups
  • Mental health treatment
  • Dental
  • Eye care
  • Primary care physician
  • Health insurance assistance
  • Housing assistance
  • Food assistance
  • Financial assistance
  • Educational assistance
  • Employment assistance
  • Legal assistance
  • Transportation assistance
  • Child care
  • Social activities
  • Faith communities
  • Spirituality activities
  • Fitness and exercise

 

Call us today at (603)554-8142 to chat about the specific services you’re looking for.

 

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