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Granite Recovery Center Locations

Granite Recovery Center Locations

Granite Recovery Centers currently has 12 drug and alcohol rehab facilities throughout the state of New Hampshire, but our clients come from all over the country. From inpatient rehab treatment to intensive outpatient programs, our locations provide a continuum of care that guides clients step by step on their recovery journey.

Apart from being easily commutable from one facility to another, our alcohol and drug rehabilitation centers are also in close proximity to bordering states throughout New England. Clients seeking help with Substance Abuse Disorder come to us from throughout the region—New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maine, Vermont, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and beyond.

We take great pride in being able to serve residents from communities near and far, because it means we’re making a difference that’s reaches further than just local. Below, you’ll find more information (including directions to our centers) on how we are serving your state.

Alcohol and Drug Rehab for
Massachusetts Residents

Massachusetts ranks among the top ten states in the United States for both alcohol and drug problems. Without enough access to proper care, residents look elsewhere for addiction help. Aside from an easy commute and picturesque landscape, our inpatient and outpatient drug rehab facilities provide Massachusetts residents with the effective, integrated continuum of care they need to get sober and stay sober.

Alcohol and Drug Rehab for
Maine Residents

Maine, like many states, has been hit hard by the drug epidemic, and is in the top 3 states for alcohol consumption. We often have Mainers come to us needing more than their state can provide, in terms of resources and effective programs. Our two inpatient rehab facilities are not only conveniently close to most Maine points, but they also offer an unparalleled mountainside panorama, compassionate staff, and a fully integrated continuum of care proven to be effective in getting Maine residents well, and keeping them well.

Alcohol and Drug Rehab for
Connecticut Residents

Connecticut is one of the top ten states for deaths attributable to drug overdoses, and has high levels of alcohol consumption, as well. Despite local and state-wide efforts, Connecticut continues to have limited resources for treatment of substance use disorder and co-occurring disorders. These are just a few of the reasons we welcome residents from Connecticut, along with being conveniently close yet far enough away to limit client distractions. All of our inpatient drug rehab facilities offer a beautiful New Hampshire respite that provides a fully-integrated continuum of care, as well as a compassionate team dedicated to each client’s recovery.

Alcohol and Drug Rehab for
Rhode Island Residents

Rhode Island ranks high in the nation for fentanyl and illicit drug overdose deaths, and is third highest for alcohol-related driving deaths. While state and city programs have helped combat the epidemic, there still just aren’t enough resources in Rhode Island to effectively treat drug addiction. Our clients from Rhode Island come to us because we can offer them the care they are missing in-state. GRC has three inpatient alcohol and drug rehab facilities tucked far enough away in bucolic New Hampshire, but still close enough for family to visit. And we offer them an effective way to get well from their addiction.


Alcohol and Drug Rehab for
Vermont Residents

Vermont has been hit hard by the opioid epidemic, with its residents in the 18-25 age bracket having among the highest heroin rates in the US, and the whole state itself having one of the highest percentages of illegal drug use. It also has one of the highest rates of excessive drinking in the country. While the state has done their best to provide adequate addiction treatment for all in need, the problem exceeds what they are able to offer. Our facilities are close enough to the Green Mountain state, but far enough away that clients can focus completely on their treatment program to find their footing in recovery.