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NH Access to Recovery (NH-ATR)

Our Mission

To help people achieve long-term, lasting recovery from substance use disorders.

Strategy:

NH-ATR will do this by expanding the diversity, number and availability of recovery-focused services in NH, and ensuring client choice and access to these services.

The process of recovery is a personal one. Achieving recovery can take many pathways: physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual. Through NH Access to Recovery (NH-ATR), people in need of addiction treatment and recovery support will be able to choose the programs and providers that will help them most.

What is Access To Recovery?
Access to Recovery (ATR) is a four-year, federally funded program designed to provide a greater range of choice for people seeking drug and alcohol treatment and recovery support services.

Using a voucher-based system, ATR clients choose from a comprehensive menu of services and providers that most appropriately fit their needs and that they believe will help them successfully maintain long-term recovery.

NH-ATR will:

  1. Expand capacity in substance use disorder treatment and recovery support services
  2. Ensure free and independent client choice
  3. Increase the array of faith-based and community providers in the service delivery network

Contact NH-ATR:
Phone: (603) 271-6110 or 1-(800) 804-0909 (toll-free in NH)


 
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