Farnum - Webster Place
Drug Rehab Center in Franklin, New Hampshire
- Substance Abuse
- Opioid Addiction
- Dual Diagnosis
- Drug Addiction
Farnum - Webster Place is a 42 bed addiction treatment facility in Franklin, NH that offers comprehensive drug rehab options with CARF and LegitScript accreditation, private health insurance acceptance, and individualized attention to help individuals reach their long-term sobriety goals.
About This New Hampshire Facility
Farnum - Webster Place in Franklin, New Hampshire is an alcoholism and drug addiction treatment facility that specializes in helping individuals struggling with alcoholism, opioid addiction, dual diagnosis, drug addiction, and substance abuse. With accreditation from CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) and certification from LegitScript, Farnum - Webster Place is recognized for its commitment to providing quality care. As a 42-bed facility, Farnum - Webster Place offers various levels of care, including inpatient, intensive outpatient, outpatient, partial-hospitalization, detox, intervention, residential, and dual-diagnosis treatment options. They also provide aftercare support to help individuals maintain their sobriety.
At Farnum - Webster Place, individuals can access a range of services to address their addiction and substance abuse needs. These services include drug rehab programs, detoxification to safely manage withdrawal symptoms, intervention services to help families and friends support their loved ones in seeking treatment, and residential treatment for those who require a more structured environment. With a focus on dual diagnosis, Farnum - Webster Place offers specialized treatment for individuals who struggle with a co-occurring mental health disorder alongside their addiction. Whether it is inpatient, outpatient, or partial-hospitalization, Farnum - Webster Place provides comprehensive care to support individuals on their journey to recovery.
The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) is a non-profit organization that specifically accredits rehab organizations. Founded in 1966, CARF's, mission is to help service providers like rehab facilities maintain high standards of care.
Conditions and Issues Treated
Substance Abuse + Addiction Treatment at Farnum - Webster Place
Substance Abuse Treatment is important when getting sober, as it helps addicts learn the skills they need to live a clean life. There are many different kinds of recovery treatment, including medication-assisted therapy, behavioral therapeutic approaches and self-help groups, as well as counseling.
Opioid + Opiate Addiction Treatment in Franklin, NH
Opioid abuse has become a national epidemic in the last decade. The US has one of the world’s highest rates of opioid use and abuse, as well as opioid-related deaths. Opioids are classified as Schedule II-IV controlled substances in the US due to their high potential for abuse.
Oxycodone, hydrocodone, methadone, and fentanyl are the most common Opioids and are commonly prescribed to treat pain. Tolerance to opioids develops over time, making life difficult, if not impossible, without them. Opioid users often obtain the drugs illegally. They can be drug dealers, friends, or family members who do not have valid prescriptions.
The desire for a more intense high than prescription opioids can quickly lead to heroin use. Heroin users are more prone to illness and death due to the high risk of overdose.
Many opioid addicts who seek treatment believe that the only way to overcome their addiction is through medical detox and long-term drug addiction rehab. To help patients wean off their addiction and reduce the risk of overdose, medication-assisted therapy (MAT) involves prescribing a replacement opioid. Doctors use MAT in conjunction with other anti-craving medications to help patients maintain recovery. Due to the high risk of relapse, MAT is often combined with individual and group counseling and social support programs.
When addiction and psychiatric issues co-occur, the addict’s recovery is more successful when both conditions are treated. A dual diagnosis refers to a condition in which the patient is diagnosed with two health issues: addiction and bipolar disorder. The most common therapies are psychotherapy, behavioral therapy, spiritual counseling, 12-step programs, and medication management.
Alcohol Abuse, Anxiety, Depression, Dual Diagnosis (Co-Occuring Disorders), Medication Management, Opioid Addiction, Sleep or Insomnia, Substance Abuse
Levels of Care Offered at Farnum - Webster Place
This center offers a variety of custom treatment tailored to individual recovery. Currently available are Aftercare Support, Detox, Drug Rehab, Dual-Diagnosis, Inpatient, Intensive Outpatient, Intervention, Outpatient, Partial-Hospitalization, Residential, with additional therapies available as listed below.
The detoxification process typically includes some combination of the following: medical supervision, medication to help alleviate withdrawal symptoms, drug testing to monitor progress, and counseling.
Tackling the physical symptoms of withdrawal is essential to ensure that an individual can focus on the psychological aspects of the addiction without focusing on the physical pain that comes with withdrawal.
Withdrawal symptoms can be uncomfortable, even life-threatening, so carefully managing the detox process is extremely important. In many cases, more advanced pharmaceutical interventions are used to treat more severe withdrawal symptoms. Medication might help alleviate discomfort associated with detox, including nausea and headaches.
Inpatient Treatment Program
Inpatient treatment centers offer a safe, secure, and often medically supervised environment for drug or alcohol-addicted individuals. Many of these facilities are equipped to provide detoxification, treatment for co-occurring mental health disorders, and aftercare programs. The patient typically spends 28 to 30 days at the facility and will receive extensive drug counseling.
Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
Intensive outpatient treatment is a form of addiction care that allows patients to continue living at home while undergoing treatment. This type of care is appropriate for patients who have been treated in residential treatment programs. Intensive outpatient programs include regular visits to the facility providing therapy, and patients gradually return to their routine life. IOP benefits most when patients have a supportive family member or friend to help them recover.
The first step to getting into an intensive outpatient program is to attend a detoxification facility. Detoxification facilities are designed to remove substances from the body safely. The patient will attend sessions designed to help them understand their addiction and its impact on their lives. While in an intensive outpatient program, therapy sessions are scheduled three to five times per week, with the patient attending no more than two sessions in one day.
Franklin, NH Outpatient Program
An outpatient treatment program is set up to help with alcohol or drug addiction or a co-occurring disorder. The patient must attend the facility for their therapy and other programs but can return home each night.
The frequency of mandatory attendance decreases after much of Farnum - Webster Place‘s program is complete.
Outpatient treatment is a recovery approach that allows recovering addicts to live at home while getting rehab for addiction
An outpatient can include day treatments which include attending group sessions one hour per week. A person living in an outpatient environment may be allowed the opportunity to work full time if they choose to and continue studies without interruption from drugs/alcohol.
Outpatient treatment is an option for people who want to maintain their careers and families. Outpatients live at home but attend treatment such as individual counseling, group counseling, or twelve-step meetings during the day.
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)Partial hospitalization programs offer another level of addiction treatment in Franklin, NH. This is a type of addiction treatment where you will spend a great deal of time at the treatment facility but do not spend the night. It may involve as much as 10-12 hours a day at the treatment center, before going home to spend the night. Family or work commitments may make attending inpatient treatment impossible but may allow for PHP.
PHP is another way to receive a significant amount of treatment while decreasing the time commitment and cost. It involves counseling, group meetings, peer interaction, and many of the same benefits of inpatient treatment. This can be a good option for stepping down from inpatient treatment in anticipation of a fully independent life.
Residential treatment programs are those that offer housing and meals in addition to substance abuse treatment. Rehab facilities that offer residential treatment allow patients to focus solely on recovery, in an environment totally separate from their lives. Some rehab centers specialize in short-term residential treatment (a few days to a week or two), while others solely provide treatment on a long-term basis (several weeks to months). Some offer both, and tailor treatment to the patient’s individual requirements.
Interventionism is a technique used to help an addict get clean and sober. The process begins with the addict’s family, friends, and co-workers gathering together to confront the addict about their addiction. This kind of treatment aims to get the addict in touch with their feelings about their addiction. They are encouraged to speak honestly about their drug use, as well as how it’s making them feel. Most addicts come to understand that their loved ones are only trying to help them.
Aftercare support is vital to the success of someone in drug or alcohol treatment. It involves assisting with entering a sober living home, getting career counseling or educational assistance and even getting the individual lined up with programs like AA and NA. This support helps recovering addicts readjust to normal day-to-day activities and maintain sobriety.
When a person is in drug or alcohol treatment, they have to increase their focus on themselves. They need to learn how to recognize the triggers that cause them to relapse and learn the habits that would benefit them if they were to be sober. This is all part of the growth in recovery, and aftercare is essential to that process.
Therapies & Programs
At Farnum - Webster Place , to learn from past mistakes and improve one’s situation, the recovering person meets individually with a therapist. The counselor or therapist will address addiction causes, triggers, mental issues, dual diagnosis, and aftercare plans during this time. This is a very intense and challenging process. Some clients find it easier to open up to someone other than family or friends who understand their struggles with addiction.
Family Counseling + Therapy
Family therapy is a crucial part of drug treatment and getting sober. It is one of the most effective ways to help addicts stay on the path to long-term sobriety. An addict’s family can play a vital part in helping them to avoid relapse. They can spot the warning signs and help them get back on track.
In group therapy, recovering addicts meet with a therapist and other people in recovery. Some groups are closed, meaning only people who share the same addiction or problem can attend. Others are open to anyone who wants to stop using drugs or drinking alcohol. Group therapy sessions typically focus on one topic each week or month so that recovering addicts can discuss issues they face daily.
Trauma therapy allows people to face and learn from past traumas.
Many people suffer childhood traumas that lead to adult addiction. During treatment at Farnum - Webster Place [/type], you can move forward in your recovery and reclaim your sober future! Trauma is a common cause of psychological disorders like Addiction Disorder. It’s common in Addictive Disorders patients because traumatized people have strong emotions or thoughts that lead to addictive behaviors.
Rational Emotional Behavior Therapy (REBT) offers benefits to addicts in a wide range of situations. This type of therapy helps individuals better understand their emotions and how to manage them in a healthy way.
Individuals who have used addiction treatment services have found this type of therapy beneficial in the following ways:
- Helps individuals identify, understand and manage their emotions in a healthier way
- Assists addicts in developing coping skills to help avoid relapse
- Encourages increased tolerance and less judgmental thinking
- REBT combines cognitive and emotive techniques to help individuals overcome harmful, self-defeating behaviors.
Contingency Management (CM) is one of many forms of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). It helps people get sober/clean by rewarding them for sobriety or potentially just staying clean. Contingency management has been around in some form since the late ’60s but didn’t start getting used until the late ’80s and early ’90s.
The first time it was used, research indicated that people who received rewards for not using drugs stayed in treatment longer and had much better outcomes than those who didn’t get rewarded. Rewards can come in many forms, like getting paid $10-$15 per drug-free urine sample or even just getting extra points towards earning something as simple as extra phone privileges. Rewards can also be more complicated, such as points towards housing or a place to live rent-free for a month if an individual stays clean for six months.
Research has shown how important it is to have contingencies in place for those who leave treatment or relapse to ensure that the individual doesn’t end up back in therapy. Research has shown that when people are not given any reward system upon leaving treatment, they relapse much more often than those who use some contingency management (CM).
Drug and alcohol addiction can lead to a breakdown in life skills. Learning certain life skills can help those who are struggling with addiction. Life skills training at Farnum - Webster Place in Franklin, NH teaches patients skills such as time management, budgeting, and social abilities to improve their quality of life and prevent relapse.
An addict’s life skills are maladaptive, meaning they are counterproductive. An addict may have learned poor time management skills growing up, have a hard time budgeting money, or be socially awkward. An addict’s poor life skills can lead to relapse and the inability to achieve long-term sobriety. Life skills training teaches patients effective coping mechanisms, which can help them live a clean and sober life.
Acupuncture, Aftercare, Anger Management, Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT), Community reinforcement plus vouchers, Contingency management/motivational incentives, Creative Arts Therapy, Detox, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Discharge Planning, Drug Rehab, Dual-Diagnosis, Experiential Therapy, Family Therapy, Group Therapy, Health education services other than HIV/AIDS or hepatitis, Hepatitis Education / Counseling / Support, HIV or AIDS education, Holistic, Individual Therapy, Inpatient Treatment, Intensive Outpatient (IOP), Intervention, Life Skills, Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT), Methadone, Music Therapy, Naloxone and overdose education, Naltrexon, Narcan, Outpatient Treatment (OP), Partial-Hospitalization (PHP), Recreational Therapy, Residential Long Term (>30 Days), Residential Short Term (<30 Days), Suboxone Therapy, Substance Use Counseling, Telehealth, Trauma Therapy, Vivitrol, Yoga Therapy
Creative arts therapy is an expressive process that helps people in recovery explore feelings and emotions. While the goal isn’t always to create a final product, it’s therapeutic for many patients. They can express themselves by journaling or other forms of creative expression. Activities include sketching, painting, sculpting, etcetera. All help them handle stress and anxiety better than before their addiction (and even when they were). The activity improves communication skills and the ability to process traumatic events from one’s past, often triggered during periods of withdrawal/relapse. This benefit makes this form of treatment popular among addicts who don’t want prescription drugs but need something more substantial than talk sessions with counselors.
Experiential Therapy at Farnum - Webster Place
Experiential Therapy is a different way of thinking about addiction treatment. It uses physical activities to help work through troubling emotions, memories, and trauma that are sources of psychological issues like addiction.
Experiential Therapy can be an effective option for those who have struggled with past traumas or challenges associated with life decisions such as drug use. The non-traditional approach helps people deal more effectively with these struggles. It also allows them to gain new perspectives on their behavior patterns by recreating experiences in healthy ways rather than continuing old habits that may no longer serve them.
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27 Holy Cross Road
Franklin, NH 3235
Franklin, New Hampshire Addiction Information
Opioids such as fentanyl, heroin, and prescription opioids form the largest drug threat in New Hampshire. More than 80% of all New Hampshire treatment centers admissions were related to one or more of these three drugs. Opioids such as fentanyl, heroin, and prescription opioids form the largest drug threat in New Hampshire. Since 2002, rates of alcohol dependency have also been among the highest in the country. In 2015, almost 15% of the residents were admitted to treatment centers for alcohol abuse.
The drug addiction problem in Franklin, New Hampshire is bad. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, in 2016, there were 1,547 drug overdose deaths in Franklin, which is a rate of 18.8 per 100,000 people. Opioid overdoses accounted for 60% of all overdose deaths. Treatment options vary depending on the person's needs and preferences, so it is important to find a facility that matches the individual's needs.
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