New Hampshire Halfway Houses provide transitional housing for adult men and women in the state.

Types of Halfway houses in the US:

  • for people with substance abuse issues
  • reintegration of people who have been recently released from jail
  • for people with chronic mental health disorders

This houses provide a safe, clean and healthy living environment and structured recovery programs that help men and women overcome drug and alcohol addiction and restore dignity and self esteem . Some group homes can even provide employment opportunities.

Amenities include: gourmet kitchen, gym, pool, spa, central a/c, private bedroom, cable television, high-speed Internet, laundry facilities, entertainment and recreational opportunities, and client transportation.

Some rules and requirements: community service, 12-step program membership, treatment/recovery plan accomplishment, Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous, curfews, random drug and alcohol testing.

Residents pay for their own stay or it could be financed by their private health insurance.

NH Div Alcohol/Drug Abuse Prevention 15-17 Brook Street Manchester, New Hampshire 03104 Phone:603.668.2971

Southeastern New Hampshire Services 272 County Farm Road Dover, New Hampshire 03820 Phone:603.749.3981x2

Southeastern New Hampshire Services 272 County Farm Road Dover, New Hampshire 03820 Phone:603.749.3981x2

Greater Nashua Council on Alcoholism Pine Street Extension Keystone Hall Nashua, New Hampshire 03060 Phone:603.880.1894

Tri County Community Action Prog Inc 2957 Main Street Bethlehem, New Hampshire 03574 Phone:603.869.2210x1

Headrest 14 Church Street Lebanon, New Hampshire 03766 Phone:603.448.4872x2

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