Substance Use

New Hampshire Substance Abuse Hotlines

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Addiction hotlines can be accessed from anywhere and at any time of day, making them a convenient resource for individuals seeking help for drug or alcohol substance abuse in New Hampshire (NH).

What Are the Addiction Hotlines and Helplines for New Hampshire?

Below is a list of three free 24/7 helplines for this wanting help in New Hampshire for a substance abuse disorder.

Organization Name Telephone Number Text Number
211 New Hampshire (866) 444-4211 None
New Hampshire Rapid Response Access Point (833) 710-6477 None
Zinnia Healing (855) 430-9439 None

These telephone numbers listed are free of charge to call for residents from New Hampshire, the Granite State, to call.

List of Free New Hampshire Addiction Helplines

211 New Hampshire

211 New Hampshire offers free 24/7 central call-in line for New Hampshire residents looking for help for them or a loved one with a substance use disorder (SUD).

New Hampshire Rapid Response Access Point

The New Hampshire Rapid Response Access Point (NHRRAP) is a program created to provide immediate assistance to individuals struggling with substance use disorder.

NHRRAP offers a range of services, including assessments, referrals to treatment, and support for those in recovery.

Zinnia Healing

Zinnia Healing offers a free 24/7 helpline so you can speak to a qualified support agent who understand the issues with drug and alcohol addiction.

Zinnia Healing is a service that offers drug and alcohol rehab centers nationwide. We can help you find the nearest substance abuse treatment program near to you in NH.

Zinnia Healing has helped thousands of people across the country recover from drug, alcohol, and mental health disorders.

How Bad is Substance Use Disorder in New Hampshire?

We shared the following 2020 alcohol-related death stats:

  • 226 deaths (up 148.4% from 2000)
  • 16.5 deaths per 100,000 people (up 123.0% from 2000)
  • 2020 state population: 1,366,275 (up 10.6% from 2000)

According to the Substance Misuse Data Page of the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, the NH Drug Monitoring Initiative tracks current trends in drug overdose deaths in New Hampshire.

The Behavioral Health Barometer by SAMHSA reports that during 2017-2019, the annual average prevalence of past-month alcohol use in New Hampshire was 9.9%, similar to the national average of 9.4%. The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence reports that alcohol causes 10% of deaths among 15- to 49-year-olds worldwide.

The NH Charitable Foundation reports that New Hampshire ranks third in the U.S. in drug deaths per capita, and that in 2016, 485 people died from drug overdoses in New Hampshire.