Methadone Clinics - New Hampshire

New Hampshire is in New England, and is burdened with all of the same issues that any U.S. state faces, including the opioid crisis. Methadone clinics in New Hampshire are needed by a great many residents who should not attempt to fight their addiction to heroin or other opioid drugs on their own. With methadone to treat withdrawals and drug cravings, people in recovery gain much greater benefits from other professional addiction treatments like cognitive behavioral therapy. The following is a list of methadone clinics in New Hampshire sorted by city. If you know of any methadone clinics in New Hampshire that are missing from our directory, please contact us.

Concord

Concord Metro Treatment Center

8 Loudon Road
Concord, NH 03301

Hudson

CSAC Hudson

323 Derry Road
Hudson, NH 03051

Manchester

Habit OPCO Manchester

20 Market Street
Manchester, NH 03101

Manchester Metro Treatment Center

5A Driving Park Road
Manchester, NH 03103

Newington

CSAC Newington

177 Shattuck Way
Newington, NH 03801

Somersworth

CSAC Somersworth

200 Route 108
Somersworth, NH 03878

Swanzey

Keene Metro Treatment Center

1076 West Swanzey Road
Swanzey, NH 03446

West Lebanon

Habit OPCO West Lebanon

254 Plainfield Road
West Lebanon, NH 03784

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