MANCHESTER, NH — It’s been years in the making and we’re excited to share that we are in the home stretch! Our Willows Substance Use Treatment Center is moving from its current South Beech Street location to the Manchester Recovery and Treatment Center at 293 Wilson Street in Manchester, NH, on Monday, January 7. Our treatment programs will have zero down time, so we’ll literally move from one space to the next and our clients will have access to treatment at the normal days and times.
As many of you know, our Substance Use Treatment Programs specialize in gender specific, co-occurring treatment for those in need of substance use and mental health services. We provide support for overall wellness and recovery. The program focuses on breaking down the barriers so that each individual can get the treatment they need.
To enhance successful recovery, our programs for women and men include:
• Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
• Outpatient Services
• Transitional Living Program
• Recovery Housing for mothers with children
• Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT)
• Nurturing Parents programming
• Free on-site childcare & transportation to programming (within city limits))
Families in Transition-New Horizons owns the second and third floors of the Manchester Recovery and Treatment Center. As of January 7, the second floor will be the home of our Willows Substance Use Treatment Center where all intakes for our substance use treatment programs will take place as well as our gender-specific Intensive Outpatient Program and Outpatient Services. No one is denied treatment based on their inability to pay. We accept Medicaid and most insurances. The second floor, also has 11 one-bedroom Recovery Housing apartments for women and their children. Families began moving into those apartments last week! The third floor, which was completed in the fall, is our Transitional Living/Recovery Housing for 25 single women. It is important to note that we do offer a Transitional Living Program for men in recovery at a different location in Manchester.