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The Top Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers in New Hampshire (2022)

In This Guide

  • The Process Recovery Center, Plymouth House, White Horse, Hampstead Hospital, and 8 other treatment centers. View All

  • Each treatment center on this page has: (a) The Gold Seal of Approval from the Joint Commission for addiction services, CARF Accreditation, and/or has been verified by SAMHSA (b) Composite online review scores of 2.8/5 stars or better, (c) Programs that effectively treat dual diagnosis disorders.

  • Find trusted New Hampshire recovery resources including 3 crisis hotlines, 2 overdose prevention organizations, and 5 support groups.

  • For additional support check out our guide to the best drug rehab centers in New Hampshire.

Browse Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers in New Hampshire

The Process Recovery Center

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33 E Pearl St, Nashua, New Hampshire, 3060
Online Reviews: A+
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In order to treat co-occurring disorders, The Process Recovery Center offers several levels of outpatient care and a large variety of treatment services that are hand-picked by the client and their treatment team. These services may include neurofeedback, EMDR, medication assistance, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, deep breathwork treatments, spirituality, 12-step work, individual therapy, recovery meetings, life skills training, education groups, recreational activities, and aftercare planning. This treatment facility also offers clients the chance to participate in Genomind Genetic Testing which can be critical in helping clients and their clinicians understand which medications will be more effective in addressing their specific symptoms. By combining medication, evidence-based therapies, and holistic treatments, clients are treated as a whole and overall wellness is promoted in their life. The goal is to ensure that they develop new skills within treatment that can be applied to their life outside of treatment.

What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety, depression, and trauma.

Levels of Care
Aftercare, Dual Diagnosis, IOP, MAT, Outpatient, Partial Hospitalization, Sober Living


New Freedom Academy

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367 Shaker Road, Canterbury, New Hampshire, 3224
Online Reviews: A
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New Freedom attends to the needs of 20 residents at a time. Not only are they able to treat their clients and supervise them 24/7, but New Freedom provides all forms of care and is able to walk throughout this entire process by their client’s side. As a 12-step program, clients work with their peers in support groups to discuss their needs and reconnect with their spirituality. Clients will also have access to treatment options such as individual therapy, group therapy, CBT, yoga, meditation, peer workshops, mindfulness, and relapse prevention. Through the various psychotherapies offered, the overall goal is to help these men and women refrain from self-medication, especially individuals suffering from mental health disorders alongside their alcohol and drug addiction.

What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and PTSD, anxiety disorders, personality disorders, schizoaffective disorder, and depression.

Levels of Care
MAT, IOP, PHP, Detox, Dual Diagnosis, Residential Treatment


Avenues Recovery Center at New England

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244 High Watch Road, Concord, New Hampshire, 3301
Online Reviews: A
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Clients seeking help through Avenues Recovery will participate in a dual diagnosis substance abuse treatment program that addresses all areas of life, like body, mind, and spirit. Clients will utilize some combination of life skill development, overall wellness, nutrition, family values, and more. The goal here is to help each client maintain sobriety and live a fulfilling, successful life outside of recovery. Available services may include individual therapy, group therapy, CBT, DBT, 12-step programs, yoga, outdoor activities, and medical care. Clients may also be able to participate in medication-assisted treatments like Vivitrol if needed. Along with renovated living spaces, clients will also have access to gourmet meals, on-site 12-step meetings, and a recreational facility.

What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, and PTSD.

Levels of Care
Dual Diagnosis, IOP, MAT, PHP, Residential Treatment, Sober Living


Plymouth House

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446 Main Street, Plymouth, New Hampshire, 3264
Online Reviews: A
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Substance abuse treatment options available at Plymouth House include 12-step programs and mentorship, recreational activities, individual therapy, family programs, support groups, case management, CBT, DBT, EMDR, yoga, meditation, life skills workshops, nutritional guidance, motivational interviewing, relapse prevention training, fitness, and gender-specific programs. Though they do offer so many other services, Plymouth House does utilize the 12-step process as a key component of their addiction recovery plan. Clients begin in residential care in order to work through the first three steps. Then, when they have progressed through those steps at their own pace, the client will step down into partial hospitalization to work through the next four. Once the client has graduated from their treatment program, they are then able to utilize aftercare services to complete the rest of the steps.

What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and depression, anxiety disorders, PTSD, ADHD, borderline personality disorder, and bipolar disorder.

Levels of Care
Dual Diagnosis, PHP, Residential Treatment

Editorial Note
Though Plymouth House is not accredited by CARF or the Joint Commission, they do have a good Google review score as well as a variety of treatment options that clients are able to choose from.


GH Recovery Solutions

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491 Amherst Street Unit 105, Nashua, New Hampshire, 3063
Online Reviews: A
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GH Recovery Solutions offers adult men and women a wide variety of services including group therapy, individual therapy, 12-step facilitation, medication assistance, life skills training, career coaching, mental health groups, recovery coaching, relapse prevention techniques, biofeedback, EMDR, trauma-informed care, experiential psychodrama, and family programs. Clients also have access to case management, psychiatric services, communication skill development, medication management, psychoeducation, gender-specific trauma groups, and more. GH Recovery also offers medication-assisted treatment options utilizing medications such as Suboxone and Vivitrol. Along with standard outpatient treatment programs and alumni programs for continued support, clients also have access to interventions that may be helpful in crisis situations.

What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety and depression.

Levels of Care
Dual Diagnosis, IOP, MAT, Outpatient, PHP

Editorial Note
GH Recovery has fewer than 10 reviews on Google, and only one was left within the last 8 months. Though these reviews can be important to look over, doing your own research and visiting the facility may give an idea of whether or not this treatment facility is for you or not.


Headrest – Lebanon

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14 Church Street, Lebanon, New Hampshire, 3766
Online Reviews: A
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Headrest offers varying treatment plans for men and women suffering from drug or alcohol addiction, mental health issues, and possible other behavioral health conditions that need to be addressed. The residential program at Headrest in Lebanon is low-intensity, meaning that while clients still receive 24-hour care and supervision, they still have some freedom and are expected to work or continue with their education. Services included in this program are individual counseling, therapy groups, case management, strength-based recovery programming, family programs, and life skills development. Headrest also offers an employee assistance program and a 24/7 crisis helpline.

What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety and depression.

Levels of Care
Outpatient, Inpatient Treatment, Dual Diagnosis

Editorial Note
Though Headrest is not accredited, we chose to include it because of its review score and robust treatment services.


White Horse Addiction Center

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68 Route 16-B, Center Ossipee, New Hampshire, 03814
Online Reviews: A
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White Horse Addiction Center is a nonprofit organization that works specifically with men, women, and children over the age of 6 who may be struggling with mental illnesses alongside substance abuse. This treatment center offers medication assistance, community programs, support groups, life skills training, and family programs. Because this treatment program works with adults and children, it is critical to include family members and loved ones throughout the entire process. Other services include anger management, social skill development, parenting skills, person-centered counseling, CBT, insight-oriented therapy, individual therapy, groups programs, and job placement assistance. White Horse does accept most major health insurance providers as well as Medicaid and a sliding scale.

What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety, depression, and trauma.

Levels of Care
Dual Diagnosis, IOP, Outpatient

Editorial Note
Though White Horse is not an accredited facility, we chose to include it because of its review score and robust treatment services.


GateHouse Treatment

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155 Main Dunstable Road Suite 130, Nashua, New Hampshire, 3060
Online Reviews: B+
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Gatehouse Treatment is a dual diagnosis treatment center that offers gender-specific programs to men and women. There are both adult and adolescent programs, which allow for age-appropriate treatments that address each specific condition that needs to be treated. Each client will work with their specifically assigned treatment team to determine what therapies are utilized as well as what the appropriate length of treatment is. Some of the available services include 12-step integration, life skills training, case management, health and wellness therapies, relapse prevention training, biofeedback, EMDR, experiential psychodrama, and equine therapy. Clients must also utilize evidence-based therapies like CBT or somatic therapies.

What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety and depression.

Levels of Care
Dual Diagnosis, IOP, Outpatient, Partial Hospitalization


Phoenix House – Dublin

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3 Pierce Road, Dublin, New Hampshire, 3444
Online Reviews: B
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Phoenix House offers short-term substance abuse treatment programs that include evidence-based therapies, individual counseling, group therapies, education, recreational activities, family-inclusive programs, life skills training, vocational assistance, relapse prevention skills, various AA or NA meetings, and self-help groups. Clients will be supervised 24 hours a day and have access to round-the-clock medical services. Once they have completed the program, the client also has extended access to continuing care programs that ensure the skills they learned and the coping techniques acquired remain in use long-term.

What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety and depression.

Levels of Care
Dual Diagnosis, MAT, Residential Treatment


Families in Transition

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122 Market St, Manchester, New Hampshire, 3101
Online Reviews: B
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Each person seeking help through Families in Transition will complete assessments with the clinicians at this facility. This assessment will help the client and clinician determine what areas of their life needs to be addressed and how best to do so. As an outpatient program, clients are still able to work, go to school, or take care of their families while receiving treatment for substance abuse. Clients also have access to recovery housing that can be used during their time in treatment.

What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety and depression.

Levels of Care
Dual Diagnosis, IOP, Outpatient, Sober Living

Editorial Note
Though Families in Transition is not accredited by the Joint Commission or CARF, we have chosen to include this facility due to its reviews and access to services.


Hampstead Hospital

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218 East Road, Hampstead, New Hampshire, 3841
Online Reviews: C
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Dual diagnosis substance abuse treatment at Hampstead Hospital includes 24-hour care, psychiatric care, skill-building group therapy, family therapy, safety planning, medication management, aftercare planning, DBT, CBT, education, and so much more. Clients have access to a full range of care when it comes to substance abuse programs at Hampstead, allowing them to create trusting relationships with their specific treatment team from detox, to inpatient, all the way through outpatient if necessary. They only treat 10-15 individuals at a time so that each client receives the time and attention that is truly necessary for healing.

What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety and depression.

Levels of Care
Detox, Dual Diagnosis, Inpatient Treatment, IOP, MAT, PHP


Seacoast Mental Health Center

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1145 Sagamore Avenue, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 3801
Online Reviews: C
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Seacoast Mental Health Center offers individual therapy, group therapy, family programs, community services, case management, education, crisis interventions, medication management, assertive community treatment, CBT, DBT, cognitive processing therapy, EMDR, prevention programs, nutrition counseling, and fitness. They offer a wellness-specific program that emphasizes physical fitness and making sure that the body is also taken care of during this period of healing. They offer many more services and programs that are inclusive to all people who need help.

What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety and depression.

Levels of Care
Dual Diagnosis, MAT, Outpatient

Editorial Note
As another unaccredited facility, we decided to include it due to the reviews and services available. Being accredited does not automatically mean the facility is the best, and being unaccredited does not mean that the services offered are not legitimate and helpful.


Our Grading System

We assign letter grades to each center based on their cumulative online review ratings:

A
4.3 – 5 Stars

B
3.5 – 4.2 Stars

C
2.6 – 3.4 Stars

D
2 – 2.5 Stars

F
2 Stars