Serenity Place provides compassionate, evidence-based treatment for individuals struggling with substance use disorders. We assess clients upon intake and periodically throughout their treatment in order to provide the appropriate level of care for their current needs. Clients are either placed in one of the following programs or referred out to other programs that can best meet their needs.
Outpatient Services are offered to clients daily at our Chestnut Street location through the Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP around) Program. WRAP provides wraparound services to outpatient clients and is the first point of contact with individuals or families seeking immediate substance use disorder services. Clinically-managed peer support and community advocacy services are offered on a walk-in or on-call basis.
Phone calls are answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Walk-ins are accepted 8:00am – 8:00pm 7 days a week at our 351 Chestnut Street location. Trained peer support workers and licensed Certified Recovery Support Workers are available to do an initial screen and assessment. Licensed Clinicians oversee a recovery action plan in conjunction with a case manager for each client. Case management includes on the spot referrals and appointment scheduling. This model is designed to help more people without offering residential treatment as the first or only option.
Serenity Place offers Transitional Living Programs for men at Tirrell House and women at Lin’s Place. Services include counseling, case management, education and self-help groups in a residential setting.
In the High Intensity Residential Treatment for Adults clients receive intensive individual and group therapeutic sessions in a residential setting.
Ambulatory Withdrawal Management provides clinically-managed evaluation, withdrawal management, and referral services.
Individuals convicted of an impaired driving offense are required to attend and participate in a New Hampshire-approved Impaired Driver Care Management Program (IDCMP) for a screening and evaluation to determine if there is a substance use disorder and to participate in treatment, education and/or recovery support services.
Serenity Place provides an Intensive Outpatient Program to support men committed to recovery in acquiring recovery-related skills through a combination of individual, group and family therapy.
Recovery Support Services at Serenity Place are provided through peer support and include referrals to community-based programs, peer support groups that can include family members, friends and other support systems.