About this Facility
Located in a peaceful rural setting at the base of Mt. Monadnock in Dublin, N.H., Phoenix House Dublin Center provides residential substance abuse treatment for adults in a physically and psychologically safe environment. Our goal is to foster a sense of well-being, dignity, and respect for self and others.
Dublin Center serves adults from New Hampshire and Vermont who need residential treatment for substance abuse, including those with co-occurring mental health issues. Length of stay is determined by individual assessment and progress towards clinical goals.
For New Hampshire residents, Phoenix House Dublin Center offers short-term residential care, which may include clinically managed detoxification services, and transitional living services during which clients continue living at our facility while participating in counseling sessions and maintaining a full schedule of work and/or school in the community. Our transitional living program fosters the development of positive social networks, provides continuing recovery support, and prepares clients to leave the treatment program by helping them develop life skills necessary for success.
For clients from Vermont, Phoenix House Dublin Center offers long-term residential treatment ranging from three to six months, depending upon individual needs. Our highly structured environment focuses on resolving addiction issues, building the foundation for a sustainable recovery, and developing a healthy, productive and meaningful lifestyle.
Treatment at Dublin Center combines individual counseling, clinical groups (including evidence-based practices), educational seminars, and recreational activities that challenge clients to understand the nature of their substance abuse and become accustomed to living in recovery. At Dublin Center, clients experience a sense of community and are encouraged to pursue positive goals and values.
Clients participate in the creation of their own individualized treatment plans, which include: individual, group, and family counseling; life-skills training and educational or vocational opportunities; education on substance abuse effects and relapse prevention skills; and participation in Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and other appropriate self-help groups. The program is supervised 24 hours a day by our professional staff.
Successful, sustained recovery from substance abuse requires family involvement, support, and encouragement. Families, too, need to reverse the damage of drugs and alcohol. Our staff works closely with family members to help them understand the role they play in recovery. We offer a number of individual and group sessions on a variety of topics. Participation in aftercare planning is essential and emphasized throughout treatment.
Admission is not contingent on financial resources. Self-payment options include check, money order, and credit card. For more information, please call us at 603 563 8501.
Phoenix House Dublin Center is funded by the NH Department of Health and Human Services, Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services.
Treatment for Vermont residents is funded by the Vermont Department of Health, Division of Alcohol & Drug Abuse Programs.
Assessment and Evaluation Services
In various locations, Phoenix House provides independent assessments and evaluations of substance use disorders as requested by individuals, families, schools and the Criminal Justice System. See more details
Sober Living and Recovery Support
Our Sober Living facilities vary based on location and can provide either a safe transitional space before a full return to independent living or an alternative to residential treatment for clients who may need more than outpatient services. See more details
Adult Residential Services
Phoenix House’s residential treatment services are wide-ranging and comprehensive, allowing us to tailor each client’s treatment solutions to meet individual needs. Lengths of stay are flexible and programs are designed to meet the treatment needs of clients at various points in their recovery. See more details
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- Military Community Services
- Assessment and Evaluation Services
- Adolescent Residential Services
- Mental Health Services
- Screening and Brief Interventions
- Prevention and Education Services
- Adolescent Outpatient Services
- Sober Living and Recovery Support
- Mother and Child Residential Services
- Adult Outpatient Services
- Adult Residential Services
- Adult Detoxification and Stabilization
Recreation and Fitness
Physical fitness is a vital part of successful recovery, and Phoenix House Dublin Center provides an exercise program including camping, hiking, and swimming. Nutritional planning is offered and recreational activities include attending a variety of social, cultural and sporting events.
"I am constantly inspired by the courage and resilience of our clients as they change their lives, and grateful that we are invited to be a part of their recovery journey. It is such an honor to be involved with this healing process."Program DirectorContact me
“I see on a daily basis how our workforce touches the lives of our clients and their families. The passion, dedication and skill they bring to their work is inspiring.”Vice President, Senior Program DirectorContact me
Patrick B. McEneaney
“Remember, the first step is always the hardest—and that’s the step you need to take. We’re here for you and we can help.”Senior Vice President, Regional DirectorContact me