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New Hampshire Recovery House Registry

On June 30, 2019, the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (NH DHHS) established the NH Recovery House Registry.

On July 29, 2020, this law was repealed and replaced by RSA172-B-2, establishing a new “NH Recovery House Registry”. HB125 states that recovery houses, listed on the NH Recovery House Registry, be certified according to National Association of Recovery Residence (NARR) standards. State agencies and vendors receiving state or federal funds to provide prevention, intervention, treatment, or recovery support services can only refer clients to recovery houses listed on the registry.

Recovery house operators wishing to register, and/or individuals wishing to view the registry, can find that and other important information on the NH Recovery House Registry page.

Recovery is possible. Recovery Community Organizations (RCOs) are peer-led and peer-run agencies that provide services to support people in their recovery from substance misuse.

Family Supports

Family Support Services are an integral part of New Hampshire’s recovery system. Family Support Groups provide a safe and confidential environment for parents, caregivers, and siblings of loved ones living with a substance use disorder to share experiences, struggles, and successes. Groups are free and lead by trained facilitators who understand the journey you and your family member are on. See the list of family support groups Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol to learn where you or your family can find support today.

IMPORTANT: Due to COVID-19, many Family Support Groups are holding on-line meetings Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol so that individuals who have family members and loved ones with a substance use disorder can continue get the help and support they need from the safety and comfort of their own home.

NH Recovery Resources

National Recovery Resources

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