Sober Houses in New Hampshire
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From the outside looking in, New Hampshire is a beautiful state with pristine scenery and a historic charm like no other state in the country but if you are a recovering addict, you may have slightly different feelings about the state in which you live. For those who are in recovery, New Hampshire is a battlefield with drugs and alcohol readily available throughout major cities and towns making it very challenging to find sober living and to remain abstinent from drug or alcohol use. If you or someone you know is in recovery from addiction, a sober house may be your ideal solution for continued recovery—here’s why:
Most New Hampshire residents who need treatment for drug or alcohol addiction simply do not get the help that they should. There are various factors that contribute to this lack of treatment but in the end, those who do get help are often faced with the very challenging event of exiting treatment to live sober on their own. While this sounds good, the truth is, many people who are newly recovering from addiction need more than just a place to live—they need support and they need to continue to be monitored in order to keep them abstinent from drug or alcohol use.
A sober house can help by providing peer support from others who are also in recovery and also by offering an affordable place to live with continued monitoring for success in achieving sustained abstinence from drug or alcohol use. All sober houses have rules with the most important rule for tenants being that they must remain clean and sober while living in the home. This rule is monitored and enforced through random drug or alcohol screenings and punishment in the event that a resident comes up positive for drug or alcohol use.
There are many sober houses located throughout the state of New Hampshire including homes in Colebrook, Berlin, Concord and Manchester. No matter where you live, where you work or where you are continuing your outpatient counseling or support, there is likely a local sober house where you can find happy, healthy, clean and sober living. We can help you find a sober house in New Hampshire, call our helpline at 800-373-1667 to talk with a Sober House adviser today.
Prescription drug use, alcohol abuse and cocaine use are all major problems in New Hampshire. Unfortunately, these drugs and substances continue to be widely available on the streets so even those who have good intentions are often faced with the temptation to use—this temptation and the availability of drugs can lead to an almost instantly derailed recovery for some. Sober living is one option for staying away from drugs and alcohol, continuing to learn new life skills, working toward long term recovery and making it out on top.