- Individualized treatment plans
- Expert clinical care
- Safe and supervised housing
- Day/Night treatment program with community housing
- Intensive outpatient rehab treatment
- Outpatient nighttime rehab
- 12-step immersion program
- Life skills & case management services
- Recreational community activities
- Trauma therapy
- Weekly drug testing
- Routine and structure-based treatment
- Adventure outings program
STATISTICS ABOUT NEW HAMPSHIRE:
New Hampshire became the ninth state of the union, gaining admission on June 21, 1788.
Covering 9,351 square miles, only four states are smaller than New Hampshire.
While most think of New Hampshire as a mountainous, landlocked state, it actually boasts 13 miles of coastline.
Concord is the capital of New Hampshire.
New Hampshire is nicknamed the Granite State.
The state bird of New Hampshire is the Purple Finch.
New Hampshire is fond of the color purple. Its state flower is the Purple Lilac.
“Old New Hampshire” is the state song. Dr. John F. Holmes penned the lyrics, while Maurice Hoffman composed the music.
New Hampshire shares borders with Maine, Massachusetts and Vermont.
At 6,288 feet above sea level Mt. Washington is New Hampshire’s highest point.
New Hampshire is the birthplace of Franklin Pierce, our 14th president.
Of the original 13 colonies, New Hampshire was the first to declare independence from England.
Astronaut Alan Shepard, the first American to travel in space, is from East Derry, New Hampshire.
In 1833 the town of Peterborough, New Hampshire opened the United States’ first public library.