Manchester, NH: Outpatient Alcohol Treatment Program
Our alcohol treatment program is convenient and accessible in Manchester, New Hampshire. Get same-day access to treatment for alcoholism (AUD).
Same-day Alcoholism (AUD) Treatment in Manchester, NH
At Better Life Partners, you’ll be surrounded by an uplifting recovery community, as well as a wraparound treatment program for alcohol use disorder (AUD). We welcome all faiths and beliefs and whatever version of recovery best suits your life. We offer same-day virtual and in-person treatment options and have team members fluent in Spanish and translation services available to ensure you’re getting the care you deserve.
We can offer these resources anywhere in New Hampshire because of our wonderful partner organizations, like Partners for Community Wellness and Helping Hands Outreach Center. No matter what your situation might be, we’re confident that we can create a treatment plan that works for you. We accept most insurances, including Medicare, Medicaid, NH Healthy Families, AmeriHealth Caritas, Well Sense, and also offer a sliding-fee scale for anyone who needs it.
Follow these steps to get started with alcoholism (AUD) treatment today:
- Start with a free and confidential 15-minute chat with one of our team members by calling/texting us at (866) 679-0831. We have translators available upon request. Your alcohol treatment journey can begin immediately after this call!
- If you like what Better Life Partners has to offer, you can begin your treatment program. We’ll help you set up weekly group counseling sessions, an orientation into our program, and an assessment.
- We offer dozens of resources to our members, and one of them is medication-assisted treatment (MAT). MAT is never required to get treatment with us, but some people find it to be helpful. If you’re interested in medications for alcoholism (AUD), just let us know when you call!
Alcohol Treatment Program with Options in Manchester, NH
Here at Better Life Partners, we will provide you with treatment options for AUD (alcohol use disorder) that are accessible the same day you call with flexibility built-in to work with your life. No matter where you’re located in New Hampshire, you can choose between compassionate virtual or in-person care–whatever works best for you. Regardless of your current situation, we’re confident that together we can find options that can work for you.
One of the highlights of our program is our licensed counselor-led weekly group therapy sessions. During these meetings, you get both community support and professional support at the same time. Our counselors help guide discussion on new educational topics each week, and can also help you develop new skills like goal setting, healthy coping strategies, and symptom management. Between learning new skills and connecting with other members who understand what addiction is, you’ll be able to develop a support network that can carry you well into the future.
What makes us different from other alcohol recovery programs?
- We welcome everyone! We want anyone living with AUD (alcohol use disorder) to know they have a community at Better Life Partners. It doesn’t matter to us what religion or faith you follow, what beliefs you have, or if it’s your first or fifth time coming. Everyone will be treated with compassion and respect, never judgment.
- We’re a community-based member-centric program. Your goals are our goals. Never the other way around. You decide what you would like your recovery journey to look like and we’ll be here to provide you with the support and resources to help to get you there.
- You’ll never have to worry about being judged, turned away, or kicked out. Recovery doesn’t have a one-size-fits-all treatment. Addiction is complex and multi-faceted. There are going to be bumps in your road–and that’s okay. You will never be issued consequences for where life takes you, just support and options for where it can go next.
Compassionate Alcohol Treatment Services Near You in Manchester, NH
Better Life Partners’ alcohol treatment program is centered around our supportive, compassionate recovery community. There’s a reason why so many successful alcoholism (AUD) recovery programs center group counseling sessions–they work! The difference between our program and some of the other ones is that–along with a community of peers also in recovery–you’ll get guidance and support from a licensed professional that leads every session.
You’ll develop a strong support network with your peers, and you’ll also engage in educational discussions surrounding recovery and alcohol use disorder. Your group leader will help you with things like developing healthier coping strategies, setting goals, and managing cravings, among others. We then combine this double support system with dozens of different resources and tools to provide you with wraparound care that can foster life-long change.
Our partnerships with many other community organizations throughout New Hampshire are what allow us to bring care directly to you. Here are a few resources we can provide you with in Manchester:
- Group therapy led by a licensed professional
- Recovery coaching
- A supportive recovery community
- Optional medications for AUD (alcoholism)
- Care coordination and referral services
- Basic primary care services
- And so much more!
If you think you’re ready to make a change, give us a call or text at (866) 679-0831.
Optional medications for alcoholism (alcohol use disorder)
Some of our members opt for using medication-assisted treatment to help support them during recovery. This is not a requirement, just an option. All three of the medications we’re able to prescribe have studies that support their safety and effectiveness.
The first two medications are ideal for anyone looking to stop drinking entirely. The first, Acamprosate (Campral), is taken 3x/day and works by reducing cravings/urges to drink. The second, Disulfiram (Antabuse), is taken just 1x/day and also helps to decrease cravings/urges to drink. However, as an added incentive, it makes you sensitive and often nauseous when combined with alcohol. The last medication, Naltrexone, is more suited for individuals looking to cut back on their drinking. It works by reducing cravings and also minimizing the pleasant effects of drinking alcohol.
This isn’t the best option for everyone, but for those who are interested, it can be an incredibly helpful tool. If you feel you may be interested in medication-assisted treatment for AUD, call or text us at (866) 679-0831.
Find Belonging: Alcohol Treatment Options in Manchester, NH
Our member-centric approach to care, coupled with our harm reduction philosophy, will place you at the center of your alcohol recovery journey. Anything we can provide to help you start living a healthier life is what we’re going to do.
You get to decide what recovery looks like for you. From there, we can come up with a treatment plan that places your goals at the center stage. It doesn’t matter to us if that means abstaining from drinking completely, cutting back on your current drinking, or something else entirely. We’ll be here to support you, regardless of what your goals might be.
To help empower you, we’re committed to remaining judgment-free and non-punitive. You will never need to worry about being kicked out or unwelcome. We’re simply here to provide you with an easy avenue to resources, tools, and a welcoming support community.
Whenever you’re ready to start your journey, give us a call or text at (866) 679-0831.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is Better Life Partners located in Manchester, New Hampshire?
We partner with community organizations so that we can provide our medication-assisted treatment services wherever they’re needed in New Hampshire. With fantastic partners and virtual options, no matter where you are in the state, you can receive our alcohol treatment services.
How is Better Life Partners’ alcohol treatment program different from AA?
Our program takes the best parts of AA and builds upon them. We offer group sessions, like AA, but they are led by licensed professionals and are focused on your unique needs. You can also receive our treatment online or in person based on your preference. While our sessions aren’t geared toward a one-faith practice, we support members of all faiths and encourage each person to share what’s important to them.
Why do you use Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) and alcoholism interchangeably?
First and foremost, we use the word alcoholism on our website to make sure folks looking online for treatment find us as an option! That said, we know there are several people out there who don’t relate to that word, so we use it alongside AUD and aim to use alcohol use disorder in place of alcoholism when possible.
We use alcohol use disorder instead of alcoholism because AUD includes varying degrees of alcohol use and is a diagnostic medical term, whereas “alcoholism” is a colloquial term that is often interpreted negatively or as referring to someone with a severe alcohol use problem. So, we use AUD to be inclusive and non-judgmental!
Do I need to take medication to be in your program?
Absolutely not! We never ask our members to do anything they are not comfortable with. Many of our members opt out of medications and others elect to use them. Your recovery is up to you! We’re here to provide you with options so you can choose the treatment style that works best for you.
I’m interested in medications, how quickly can I start on Naltrexone/Acamprosate/Disulfiram for Alcoholism?
We offer same-day treatment with or without medications for alcoholism/AUD. Call/text to get started: (866) 679-0831.
What is expected of me during treatment?
First, you will meet with a medical professional to get started. After that, members take part in supportive counseling sessions. Depending on where you’re at in your recovery, this may look like weekly, bi-monthly, or monthly group therapy. Overall, what your treatment looks like is up to you–we’re just here to give you whatever support you need in the process.
Do you accept insurance?
Yes. We accept Medicare, Medicaid, NH Healthy Families, AmeriHealth Caritas, Well Sense, most insurances, and offer a sliding fee scale as needed.
What’s it like to be a Better Life Partners member?
We may be biased, but we think it’s pretty great! We operate with a non-punitive harm reduction philosophy, which means that we offer compassion and flexibility to help you achieve your goals. We believe in creating options and a sense of belonging during recovery, instead of focusing on consequences. Plus, we integrate with other community organizations to make sure you can get our care no matter where you are.
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