I Need Help

Do You Have a Problem?

The US Department of Health and Human Services recently developed a brochure to help you assess if it’s time to talk to a professional about drug or alcohol use. Download the free PDF here.

You can also visit the Drinker’s Check-up webpage and take their quiz.

The New Hampshire Alcohol and Drug Treatment Locator can help you find the treatment you need. You can search by location and type of treatment. The Locator also includes insurance information.

You can also check The Resource Guide for Alcohol and Drug Prevention & Treatment Services provided by the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services.

The Upper Valley Health Resource Guide contains information that is also applicable to Sullivan County.

Do you need to find treatment?

Download the Resource Guide for Alcohol and Drug Prevention & Treatment Services (PDF file).

Find an AA chapter near you or call their New Hampshire hotline at 1-800-593-3330.

Visit the Buddhist Recovery Network.

Do you need support?

Do you have an addicted spouse or partner?

Find an Al-Anon meeting near you.

Find a Recovery Coach

Visit SuicidePreventionLifeline.org or call 800-273-TALK (8255) if you feel you or a friend are at risk. You can now Report Suicidal Content on Facebook.

Reachout.com is a support site for teens in crisis.

Crisis support in Sullivan County for family or relationship violence. If you’re outside Sullivan County, here’s a good resource with lots of information.

Support and mental health screening for men.

If you have a child with special educational needs, The Parent Information Center of New Hampshire can help.  The National Center for Inclusive Education can help families outside New Hampshire.

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