Below is a comprehensive directory of drug & alcohol substance abuse treatment programs in Hanover, New Hampshire.
The closest rehabilitation provider to you is 2.58 miles away. If you can't find an addiction treatment provider close to you, we recommend checking out nearby towns including: Norwich, Wilder, White River Junction, and Lebanon.
Finding Hanover, NH Addiction Recovery
There are a number of of drug & alcohol rehab options in Hanover, NH and neighboring cities. Addiction Treatment Magazine has built the world wide web’s most comprehensive compliation of addiction treatment providers to help you or a loved one find the best treatment plan to recover from addiction. Along with drug and alcohol rehab centers, we have also collected all of the Hanover AA meetings for those in search of meetings or already sober.
The drug & alcohol rehab centers below are listed in order of distance to the center of Hanover, NH. To get more more information on any of the select drug & alcohol rehabilitation centers, such as type of care, addiction treatment setting, insurances accepted and more, click on the listing.
Types of Treatment You Can Find in Hanover, NH
There are many types of addiction treatment, and not all drug rehabs offer all levels of care. Depending on your drug of choice, when you started using, if you have been to rehab before, your home environment, and your support system, one type of substance abuse treatment may be better for you than another. For instance, if you are addicted to alcohol, heroin, crack or methamphetamine, then detox is likely the first type of treatment needed to help manage any withdrawal symptoms. On the other hand, if you are feeling suicidal, then inpatient treatment is ideal so that the physical and psychological symptoms can be managed simultaneously.
Outpatient Treatment: Requires regular meetings with addiction and recovery professionals, allows you to live at home and maintain your daily responsibilities such as work, school, your wife and kids, and is often successful when a supportive, safe home environment exists.
IOP: Requires 15-20 hours of addiction and recovery programming per week, patients live in a sober home or halfway house and is often implemented following a 30-day program.
Partial Hospitalization Program: 25-30 hours of treatment programming per week, offered to reduce rates of hospitalization for treatment and is a good option for addicts who have relapse multiple times previously.
Residential Treatment: 30 plus hours of treatment programming and continuous care.
Inpatient Treatment: Short term care with only 4-6 hours of treatment programming designed to prevent self-harm and continuous monitoring. This is also referred to as Baker Acting.
Detox: Short term treatment with continuous care to address withdrawal symptoms.
Costs Associated With Hanover Drug & Alcohol Treatment And Rehabs That Accept Insurance
Substance Abuse Treatment & Rehabilitation in Hanover and throughout the U.S. can be very costly. If you have private insurance, most addiction recovery treatment centers will be able to accommodate you for detox, inpatient, and after care. If you are uninsured, you will need to either secure private funding or admit to a government funded/medicaid center.
Most of the major healthcare insurance companies such as Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, United Health, Cigna, and others will cover all types of addiction treatment. Whether you have a PPO insurance policy, HMO, medicare or medicaid, call us today and we’ll help you find the most beneficial Hanover, NH drug and alcohol rehab center.
Selecting The Most Beneficial Hanover, NH Addiction Recovery Center
One of the most important factors in drug & alcohol rehab is that the addict receives individual treatment based on their clinical needs and diagnosis. The drug & alcohol rehab center in Hanover that you land on should provide a full clinical assessment before confirming that they are a good clinical fit for you or a loved one. The facility will also have to verify your insurance benefits to determine the financial coverage treatment. Even if you have good insurance that will cover most of the costs, you may still owe a deductible or some out of pocket expenses. To learn more about Hanover drug & alcohol rehab centers and the admissions process, give us a call today!