Alcoholism Treatment in New England

Better Life Partners harness the power of peer support to offer alcohol treatment services that help you live a healthier life filled with belonging, love, and purpose.

Alcohol outpatient treatment that’s accessible, affordable, and confidential

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Supportive group counseling

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Virtual treatment options

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Medication options

A Healthier Life is Possible

Has someone you love said you struggle with alcoholism? Have you or those around you started to notice that your drinking has negative consequences? Are you wanting to drink less or not at all? Not sure where to start?

If you have trouble cutting back on your drinking or are running into trouble, there’s help. At Better Life Partners, our Alcohol Use Disorder program (also known as alcoholism treatment)  works with you to help you reach your goals. Whatever that means for you.

From drinking less to abstaining from alcohol, we’re equipped to help you find your version of recovery and wellness. We combine the power of peer support with the power of trained professionals for as long as it serves you.

From flexible meeting times to confidential services, we make treatment work for you. We’ll work together to create a recovery plan that supports your unique situation. No one should struggle alone. We can help.

Ready for recovery? Call/text (866) 679-0831 to get started with same-day treatment.

alcoholism treatment services in New Hampshire - Better Life Partners
New Hampshire alcoholism treatment services - Better Life Partners

Recover from Alcoholism. The benefits of AUD/alcohol treatment include:

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check circle icon Stronger relationships with friends and family.

check circle icon Ability to engage in life as desired.

check circle icon Developing coping skills for tough situations that don’t involve excessive drinking.

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What are the Signs and Symptoms of Alcoholism/Alcohol Use Disorder?

Symptoms of alcoholism/alcohol use disorder, according to the Mayo Clinic, include:

  • Inability to limit alcohol consumption
  • The desire to cut down, but struggling to
  • Feeling strong cravings or urges to drink
  • Failing to fulfill obligations or be present
  • Continuing to drink even when you know it’s causing problems
  • And more.

Medication Options for Alcoholism/Alcohol Use Disorder

Better Life Partners can offer you a healthier chance at life with medication-assisted treatment (MAT) or alcohol treatment without additional medications. Some of our members want to try medications for alcohol use disorder. Other members prefer not to. We’re here to support whichever treatment option is right for you.

If members want to try medications, we offer three options.

  • Acamprosate (Campral): this is for members who have a goal of abstinence.
  • Naltrexone: this is for members who have a goal of moderation. 
  • Disulfiram (Antabuse): Like Acamprosate, this is a medication for those who are going to abstain from drinking alcohol. 

How is Better Life Partners’ Alcohol Treatment Program Different than AA?

Our program takes the best parts of AA and builds upon them. We offer group sessions, like AA, but they are focused on your unique situation and can be done virtually, from the comfort of your own home. Our groups are led by licensed professionals, trained to support members in symptom management, developing alternative coping skills, and goal setting. In addition, we provide our members with medication options to ensure they have access to all recovery tools available. While our sessions aren’t geared towards one faith practice, we support members of all faiths and encourage each person to share what’s important to them. Recovery is the most effective when we can show up and be our true selves. Which is why we welcome each and every person.

Alcohol Use Disorder is a chronic disease and relapses are normal. Our program totally accommodates for that. If someone falls off the wagon, we welcome them back with open arms. There’s no blame, no shame, just a warm welcome. We want to help you, whatever that means to you.

David de Gijsel

Medical Director, Better Life Partners