If you or someone you love is suffering from an addiction to drugs or alcohol, consider inpatient rehab for help. Residential rehab centers in New Hampshire provide around-the-clock treatment, support and medical intervention in a safe, clean environment that strictly prohibits access to drugs or alcohol. Recovery becomes reality when you enter the helpful environment of an inpatient rehab center.

Choosing the Right Help

Your first question is probably whether inpatient rehab is really necessary or not. Many addicts like to initially believe that they can try other options to get sober. They may try support groups, individual counseling or outpatient treatment. Unfortunately, for tough to treat and tough to beat addictions, all of these measures may not be enough to facilitate recovery—at least not at first.

Inpatient drug or alcohol rehab may be required if:

  • You have tried other methods of treatment in the past and did not have success.
  • You have been in and out of treatment before.
  • You completed treatment but relapsed.
  • You suffer from withdrawal symptoms that are difficult to cope with.
  • You suffer from underlying mental or physical health complications that also require treatment in addition to the addiction.

How Long will Inpatient Rehab Take?

The amount of time that you will spend in a rehabilitation program will depend on a variety of factors. Most programs in New Hampshire provide a minimum of 30 days of treatment in a residential setting followed by 30, 60 or 90 additional days of treatment in an outpatient program that includes counseling and therapy.

Deciding how long you will be in treatment will require an assessment by a professional and, even upon assessment, the length of time that you must remain in treatment can vary based on your involvement in the program, your individual situation and various other factors.

Get Help Today

In New Hampshire, inpatient rehab centers are readily available to assist you in the recovery process. For help finding a rehab center that has immediate availability to assist you, call our helpline toll-free at 1-800-552-0697 to speak with a caring specialist. Our treatment advisors understand how scary it can be to make the call for help, we’re ready to support your decision, answer your questions and show you the way to recovery.

Whether you live in New Hampshire or you’re seeking treatment here because it’s a step away from your hometown, we can help you find the support and care you need to get sober once and for all.