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Health Care Resource Centers Newington Outpatient Medication-Assisted Treatment (Mat) Program With Methadone

Health Care Resource Centers Newington

177 Shattuck Way Newington, NH 03801 | P 603-207-0015 | F 603-436-0668

HCRC Newington helps patients reclaim their lives from opioid addiction. Our team of addiction specialists provides methadone and buprenorphine medication-assisted treatment (MAT), counseling, and other support services in a compassionate setting. We personalize every treatment plan according to the patient’s substance use history and path to recovery. At HCRC, we believe that all people are capable of change and that they are more than their addiction. Give us a call, we are here to help!

Opioid Addiction Recovery at HCRC Newington

Every patient who receives our services has an individualized treatment plan that takes their unique needs into account. Your first appointment will include medical and clinical intakes that provide the foundation for your care plan. When you visit our clinic, the staff will treat you with respect and dignity. Our evidence-based approaches to treatment will ensure you get the highest quality care possible.

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Methadone for Opioid Use Disorder Treatment

Our evidence-based treatment program specializes in medication-assisted treatment (MAT) using methadone. MAT combines the effectiveness of medication and counseling to help you recover from opioid use disorder. With more than 50 years of demonstrated success, methadone is a core treatment for opioid addiction. It decreases your withdrawal symptoms and the effects of other opioids to reduce cravings that commonly cause people to relapse.

Medication-Assisted Treatment with Buprenorphine

As an alternative medication to methadone, our MAT program offers buprenorphine to treat opioid addiction. Our individualized treatment plans are tailored to meet your needs, and you may decide with your medical provider that buprenorphine is the best option for you. Buprenorphine can help you work toward a life of recovery by reducing the effects of opioid use and your desire to use, and it has been proven as a safe and effective medication option.

Individual Therapy

During your one-on-one counseling appointments, your addiction treatment counselor will work with you to develop recovery skills. You will explore the underlying traumas and symptoms that may have contributed to your addiction and reframe your thinking about them. Everyone has unique goals in individual therapy related to coping skills, rebuilding relationships and tools for daily living. Your counselor will assist with prioritizing these goals and adjusting them as you progress.

Group Counseling

Group therapy sessions offer the opportunity to connect patients who have similar experiences with one another. You can share updates on your recovery and support one another as you move toward opioid-free lives. These meetings will let you build a support system of fellow patients who want each other to succeed. They also promote a safe environment where you can share recovery strategies.

Referrals to Community Resources

Many patients can benefit from additional assistance to improve their quality of life that may not be provided through our program. For instance, there may be issues with housing, food or transportation that community organizations can address. As part of our mission to help patients with all aspects of addiction, we partner with the community so patients can access necessary resources. We also refer patients to medical and mental health facilities for solutions outside our expertise.

Relapse Prevention

We center our services on reducing a patient’s risk of relapse. Your care professionals will coordinate your treatment to help you stay committed to recovery. They assist patients with opioid use disorder in addressing their symptoms to live healthier lives.

Guest Medication Services

Patients who need temporary guest dosing can request our guest medication services with some pre-planning. Work with the counselor at your home clinic to notify them of your travel and request that they contact us to coordinate care. Once the two clinics are connected, you can visit us to receive your medication following the required patient registration process.


How to Visit Our Location in Newington

Patients can take Route 2 on a New Hampshire COAST bus to nearby on-call stops. You may also go to one of the stops near Fox Run Mall and cross Woodbury Avenue to get to our clinic. We welcome patients who drive to use the on-site parking lot during their visits.

Contact Us to Start the Path to Recovery

We can help you make change happen. You may contact us to learn more about our services or to schedule your first appointment. Call us at 603-436-0448 or use our contact form, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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