Transformative Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment
Granite Recovery Centers has 12 drug rehab facilities across New Hampshire including our two inpatient residential drug rehab programs accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (C.A.R.F.); Green Mountain Treatment Center in Effingham and New Freedom Academy in Canterbury. We employ what we call a “12-Step-informed Clinical Treatment Program”. By this, we mean that evidence-based clinical psychotherapies delivered by licensed clinicians is tightly woven into a comprehensive 12-Step curriculum guided by experienced 12-Step facilitators. This transformative program has proven to be effective with our clients time and time again.
Evidence-based treatment (EBT) consists of scientifically-supported psychotherapeutic approaches that help clients identify, dissect, and reprogram harmful thoughts and behaviors. Clinical therapies used at GRC may include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Trauma Therapy, and Grief & Loss Therapy. Our trained clinicians leverage these therapies to help addicted adults approach and process difficult and painful issues related to their substance use origins and triggers. When integrated with our structured 12-Step curriculum, these clinical therapies can play an instrumental role in recovery. Read more about EBT for addiction.
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12-Step centered refers to the incorporation of the 12 Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous into treatment. While some addiction rehab programs pay little more than lip service to the 12 Steps (passing along a book or recommending that the client seek out and attend A.A. group), the 12 Steps are core to our treatment approach. Our curriculum begins on day one with each client being immersed in teachings that include self-acceptance, abstinence, giving back, making amends, and active participation in the 12-Step community. Read more about 12-Step centered drug rehab.
Addiction is more often than not a symptom of underlying mental and psychological issues. In fact, at least half of all people who suffer from a substance use disorder also suffer from a psychological disorder or have experienced a significant emotional or physical trauma, hence the term co-occurring disorders. Inpatient and outpatient environments can provide clinical treatment for co-occurring disorders so that both the mental disorder and the substance use can be addressed. In order to best serve a client with a co-occurring mental disorder in a drug rehab setting, evidence-base clinical treatment must be individualized to both the client’s addiction and his or her mental disorder. Read more about integrated treatment for co-occurring disorders.
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Our flagship residential alcohol and drug rehab center, Green Mountain Treatment Center in Effingham, NH
Our Full Continuum of Addiction Care
In a full continuum of care, clients are tracked and guided over time as they progress through a comprehensive array of addiction treatment services spanning all levels and intensity of care.
Granite Recovery Centers operates 12 facilities throughout New Hampshire, each playing its own specialized role in our full end-to-end continuum of addiction care including:
Medical Detox is typically the first step in the process of recovering from drug or alcohol addiction. Addiction is a disease of both the mind and the body. Medical detox deals with both mind and body allowing clients, under medical supervision, to comfortably cleanse their systems of drugs and alcohol so that they can be strong, alert and clear minded as they proceed into primary treatment. Read more about medical detox programs.
Residential primary addiction treatment or primary treatment refers to an inpatient drug rehab program that requires that clients live on site under supervised care. Our primary residential treatment program typically lasts 30 days depending upon the client’s insurance but may be prescribed longer depending upon the severity of the case. Our two residential treatment facilities; Green Mountain Treatment Centers in Effingham, NH and New Freedom Academy in Canterbury, NH, offer highly-structured environments, that:
- utilize group and individual clinical therapies
- require immersion in the 12-Step curriculum
- require that clients remain fully abstinent
- are accountable for their actions
- perform basic chores
Read more about inpatient drug rehab.
Our four extended care facilities provide additional time for clients who desire or require structured support and therapy while solidifying sober concepts, and propelling them into early recovery towards a life of abundance. Typically a “step down” stage of the continuum for clients successfully discharging from a residential primary treatment program, extended care provides clients extended time to work on the concepts and skills learned in primary treatment while preparing for eventual independent living. Read more about extended care.
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Outpatient drug rehab programs are often the last step of treatment and coincide with full immersion back into the real world. Intensive outpatient treatment is also implemented as part of our extended care programs where clients reside at one of our extended care facilities and attend Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) at a neighboring facility. Outpatient programs can vary in intensity of support and programming. IOPs generally require clients to participate in continued clinical, holistic, and 12-step sessions at a minimum of x hours a week. Read more about outpatient drug rehab.
Our four sober living homes are residential settings that provide safe, supportive, structured, and sober environments for clients in early recovery. In the treatment continuum, sober living typically follows extended care although some elect to enter sober living directly following primary treatment. Sober living acts as a transitional buffer for clients starting work or school and moving about in the “real world”. Structured yet independence-focused sober homes provide an environment where clients can practice and fine tune life, their accountability, life skills, and sober concepts. Read more about sober living.
New Freedom Academy is our residential treatment program in Canterbury, NH
Holistic therapies are used to treat and unify the mind, body, and spirit when one or all are unwell. Body-centric therapies such as yoga, meditation, exercise, and adventure therapy help quiet the mind, strengthen the body, and center the whole person spiritually. Holistic therapies at GRC compliment our hybrid clinical/12-Step drug and alcohol rehab program, help clients resolve physical and mental imbalances, and find healing through mindfulness and self-acceptance. Read more about holistic therapies for addiction.