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Plymouth House

Plymouth House

Drug Rehab Center in Plymouth, New Hampshire

  • Substance Abuse
  • Mental Health
  • Drug Addiction
  • Alcoholism

Plymouth House is an exceptional drug rehab treatment facility in Plymouth, NH providing holistic care plans with evidence-based treatments and private insurance acceptance to help individuals get sober and start a new life.

About This New Hampshire Facility

Plymouth House is a reputable drug treatment center located in Plymouth, New Hampshire. The facility is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) as well as the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Plymouth House specializes in providing comprehensive care for individuals struggling with alcoholism, substance abuse, drug addiction, and mental health issues. They offer a range of treatment options, including aftercare support, drug rehab, inpatient services, sober-living/half-way houses, residential programs, and detoxification. Private health insurance is accepted at Plymouth House, ensuring accessibility to those seeking professional help for their recovery journey.

Plymouth House in Plymouth, NH offers a variety of services to address addiction and substance abuse concerns. Their treatment approach encompasses aftercare support, empowering individuals to maintain their sobriety even after completing their initial treatment. The facility provides comprehensive drug rehabilitation programs tailored to meet the specific needs of each individual. Their inpatient services offer a structured and supportive environment for individuals to focus on their recovery. Additionally, Plymouth House offers sober-living or half-way houses to aid individuals in transitioning back into society while maintaining their commitment to sobriety. With a focus on residential treatment, the facility ensures a safe and nurturing environment for individuals to detoxify from substances and receive the necessary support for their recovery journey.

Genders
  • Male
  • Female
  • Gender Exclusive Center
  • Ages
  • Children
  • Teenagers
  • Adults
  • Seniors (65+)
  • Modality
  • Individuals
  • Couples
  • Family
  • Groups
  • Additional
  • LGBTQ+ Allied
  • Hearing Impaired
  • Veteran Specific
  • SAMHSA Listed
  • Accreditations

    SAMHSA

    JCAHO

    Conditions and Issues Treated

    A drug abuser needs help because if no one helps them, they will not leave their vicious circle.

    People who abuse drugs are likely to suffer from an addiction, which can cause serious health problems. It can also cause quarrels with people around them. It is common for drug abusers to have difficulty holding down jobs or relationships, but sometimes people around them can be quite tolerant. There are cases where the families of the drug abusers do not want to see them get any help, and the subject becomes controversial.

    When it comes to helping drug abusers get sober, there are many options to choose from. It is essential to state that there is no “correct” way of doing things. People are different, and they need different types of help to get over their addiction.

    Levels of Care Offered at Plymouth House

    This center offers a variety of custom treatment tailored to individual recovery. Currently available are Aftercare Support, Detox, Drug Rehab, Inpatient, Residential, Sober-Living / Half-Way, with additional therapies available as listed below.

    Detoxification is the first step in drug addiction treatment. A controlled environment where symptoms can be managed with medication and close observation is provided by drug detoxification. Detoxification is an essential step in the recovery process, but it is also one of the most dangerous. Due to the potential danger, it’s critical to understand what detoxification is and how to complete it safely.

    A detox program helps the person physically withdraw from drugs and helps them track their progress. So, suppose the person isn’t ready for sobriety (or relapses). In that case, the treatment professionals can catch it early and help re-orient them towards recovery.

    Inpatient treatment is an option that provides addicts with a supportive environment in which they can stop using. This type of intensive care and supervision is appropriate for those who were unable to quit on their own or need more structure than they could get from outpatient treatment, such as the addict most in need of this level of care.

    The goal of inpatient rehab is for the addict to stay focused on sobriety and remain free of mood altering substances. Inpatient treatment programs usually offer the following: detox, therapy groups, one-on-one counseling, medication management and aftercare planning.

    Sober Living Homes are used in drug rehab to help former addicts maintain sobriety. The staff provides the residents with a safe and supportive living environment to learn how to live a sober life. The staff members also provide the residents with resources to equip themselves better to live a sober life. They also provide them with opportunities for exercise, many of which encourage learning coping mechanisms that will be helpful later on.

    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.

    Aftercare is a part of drug rehabilitation. It is also known as “post-treatment support.” Aftercare programs are available for addicts after they complete drug rehab. It is often the final step in the recovery process. The goal of aftercare is to ensure that addicts maintain their achievements in rehab and do not relapse. Professionals generally provide aftercare (including addiction therapists, physicians, social workers, psychologists) and involve individual and group therapy sessions.

    Therapies & Programs

    Individual therapy is a critical component of addiction recovery. It allows the patients to go deep into their core issues and discover how to handle those problems better. Therapy can be conducted in individual sessions as well as group settings. In individual therapy for addiction, the patient meets with their therapist one-on-one to focus on the underlying issues. This allows patients to open up and discuss personal topics they may not feel comfortable discussing in a group setting. This type of therapy can help develop solutions specific to each patient, which helps speed up the recovery process.

    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. When a drug addict decides that they want to try and get sober, it takes the support of every person they love to succeed. It can be incredibly difficult for loved ones to watch an addict go through the pain and suffering of withdrawal, but by being there with them and supporting them, they can help to make sure that the addiction never returns.

    One of the most important parts of family therapy is the relapse prevention plan. During treatment, therapists and doctors will often sit down with the addict and their family to develop a plan in case the addict ever feels like they want to use again. This plan should involve steps the addict and family can take together to prevent them from relapsing in the future. An addict’s family can play a vital part in helping them to avoid relapse because they can spot the warning signs and help them get back on track before it becomes too much of a problem.

    Group therapy helps prevent addicts from feeling isolated or unique in their situation by offering a sense of comfort and fellowship. It also creates a forum for addicts to build their support systems and learn from each other. The group therapy sessions at Plymouth House occur in a group setting rather than one-on-one to create a safer, controlled environment where addicts feel comfortable.

    Dialectical Behavior Therapy was developed in the 1980s to treat chronically suicidal individuals. It is a cognitive-behavioral therapy that combines strategies derived from Zen Buddhism, such as mindfulness training. DBT has been adapted for use with other types of psychiatric problems, including substance abuse and personality disorders. DBT aims to help patients change their thinking and behavior, instead of relying on medication.

    Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a common therapeutic approach to help drug addicts. It teaches addicts new ways of thinking and behaving so that they can avoid relapse. There are several forms of CBT used in drug rehabilitation centers.

    Cognitive Restructuring helps addicts identify faulty, negative thinking so that they can work together with the therapist to find healthier ways of thinking, resulting in better decision-making.

    Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Addiction uses the principles of CBT to help treat addiction. It focuses on specific aspects of each person’s thinking, feeling, physiology, and behavior. It aims to identify specific problems in these areas and create a personalized treatment strategy.

    Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing is a form of psychotherapy that allows individuals to heal from the emotional distress that is the result of disturbing life experiences. It uses alternating bilateral stimulation the therapeutic process where the patient moves his/her eyes back and forth while recalling distressing thoughts or feelings can be facilitated by this eye-movement technique.

    • It is effective to treat a range of different problems such as: anxiety, depression and grief.
    • short term therapy (8-16 sessions) and normally 10 sessions is maximum treatment time required for treating emotional problems.
    • has been found to be as helpful as cognitive behavioural therapy or exposure therapy.

    The best drug treatment centers offer various services to help addicts learn how to live without drugs. Since addiction is a chronic physical and mental illness, addicts need to learn as many life skills as possible to help them stay clean and sober.

    Many drug treatment centers like Plymouth House offer life skills activities as part of their addiction recovery programs. Examples include cooking classes, employment training, resume writing seminars, parenting classes, and computer training. When addicts have various life skills to lean on, they’re better equipped to put their addiction behind them for good.

    The primary goal of life skills activities at drug treatment centers like Plymouth House is to help addicts recover from addiction and learn how to live a useful, productive life. Life skills activities help addicts find employment, take care of their families, and give back to the community. After learning about these various life skills, addicts are better prepared to return to society and lead happy healthy lives.

    Entering a 12-step program allows people to accept that they struggle with an addiction on their own terms. It breaks down the process into 12 steps and gives recovering patients the ability to self help themselves without feeling rushed.

    In Alcoholics Anonymous, members follow “The Big Book,” which contains guidelines for sobriety and offers support from fellow participants who have been through similar struggles. Many drug users also turn to Narcotics Anonymous or Pills Anonymous when they are looking at seeking treatment.

    Both Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous have 12 steps in common. They address issues that include ‘admitting there is a problem,’ taking control of the addiction, learning to listen to others without judgment, making amends, and more.

    Patient Experience

    Experiential Therapy at Plymouth House

    Experiential Therapy is a new approach to addiction treatment. Addiction-related psychological issues like depression and anxiety are addressed through physical activities.

    Experiential Therapy can help those who have struggled with past traumas or life decisions like drug use. It allows people 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 well.

    Fitness Therapy

    Opting for fitness therapy allows someone to get through their recovery while also rebuilding their body. They can do this by pairing it with nutritional therapy, which will help them feel better and make healthier choices from the start of rehab. This type of physical activity that they provide offers a solid connection between your mind and body, teaching how to create healthy life habits without an addiction involved at all.

    Fitness Therapy comes in two types: psychotherapy combined with exercise or just exercise alone, where people learn about nutrition throughout the process. It’s most commonly used in rehabilitation programs offered by Plymouth House.

    Payment Options Accepted

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  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • Military Insurance
  • IHS/Tribunal/Urban
  • State-Financed
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    Additional Details

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    Plymouth House Location and Directions
    Address Information446 Main Street
    Plymouth, New Hampshire 3264 Phone Number(800) 428-8459 Meta DetailsUpdated June 11, 2024
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    Plymouth, 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.

    Plymouth, New Hampshire has one of the highest rates of drug abuse in the country. Opioid addiction is a serious problem with an estimated 2% of residents addicted to prescription painkillers. The most commonly abused drugs in Plymouth include heroin, cocaine, and methamphetamine. There are a variety of different types of drug treatment facilities available in Plymouth, New Hampshire. Once clean and sober, a person's confidence level improves tremendously.

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