Addiction & Community Resources

Aaddiction & Community ResourcesSerenity Place understands the importance of community partners when it comes to providing support and services for our clients. We collaborate with a number of local and national agencies to ensure an appropriate continuum of care for those we serve. We have gathered this list of addiction & community resources.

Wellness and Mental Health

Manchester Community Health Center
CMC Mobile Community Health Team
Southern New Hampshire Services
Planned Parenthood
Mental Health Center/Cypress Center
Catholic Charities
Manchester City Welfare
Child and Family Services
Families in Transition
Helping Hands Outreach Center
New Horizons Shelter  

12 Step Recovery Resources

New Hampshire Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
Granite State Area Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
New Hampshire Al-Anon / Al-Ateen
Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACOA)
Recovery Speakers (Audio) 

Treatment Facilities

Keystone Hall
Phoenix House
Southeastern NH Services
Habit OPCO Methadone Clinic
Manchester Metro
Farnum Center

State and Local Resources

Manchester Continuum of Care
The Derry Friendship Center
Hope for NH Recovery
New Futures
Board of Drug and Alcohol Services (BDAS)
NH Providers Association
NH Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association 

National Resources and Trade Groups

National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependency (NCADD)
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
New Hampshire Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association (NHADACA)
The Association of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Addiction Professionals (NALGAP)
National Board of Certified Counselors
National Association of Social Workers 

 Safe Haven

The Animal Rescue League of New Hampshire in Bedford as well as several other NH shelters involved in a national program called Safe Haven. The Safe Haven program was started in 2009 with a mission to assist victims of domestic violence, trapped in a bad situation because they feared for the safety of their family pets and had no alternative placement for them.  Over the years, the program has evolved to help with the care of pets owned by the elderly while they transition into assisted living, nursing homes, etc., and they have also assisted with pet care for men/women who have needed short term mental health admission Including those seeking short term residential treatment for drugs and alcohol.
Click Here for a full list of Safe Haven participants listed by state.