Are you or a loved one struggling with alcohol or drug abuse? Please call 603.516.8160 for help.
Welcome to SENHS–from our family, to yours!
SENHS has helped tens of thousands of individuals
and families find recovery since 1979.
We pride ourselves in helping people
who are struggling with substance misuse
by providing the highest possible
quality treatment services, using numerous
evidence-based practices, and by
reconnecting them with their health, family,
friends and community.
Let us be your partner
in finding the best treatment solution
for your patient or client with
a substance use disorder.
"Drugs came first. [Before] I couldn't hold two weeks of sobriety together. I had been to 12 or 13 rehabs. Turning Point saved my life. The staff were easy to talk to and I could count on all of them. A 28-day program is not enough for a drug addict. The 90 days in transitional living gave me the stability I needed. Turning Point also helped me to admit I was powerless and to actually begin the work on my recovery.
Today, people trust me. I can't imagine going back to the life I used to live."
Stephanie D.Client, 2019
"I needed to be held accountable for my actions and know that when I left I'd have to give a UA when I got home. They built integrity in me and if the people that live here really want it, they'll appreciate the rules."
Tibby D.Client, 2020
"I was a client at SENHS from December 2020 - April 24th 2021. I did the Arc program and then I did Turning Point. We had a Covid outbreak, staff was professional and helped everyone find some place to go and even housed some of the clients until Covid was out of the building. The 5 months that I was there every staff member was professional and cared about both the clients and workers. I cannot say enough good things about them. I am 1 year sober November 30th because SENHS gave me the proper tools for my toolbox to make this work 1 day at a time."
Robin H.Client, 2020
""I just couldn't get out of my own way. I owe my life to Southeastern and Drug Court. At first I was fighting it, but once I had enough and let go, everything fell into place. I learned about my addict mentality and finally found hope. Now I'm a dopeless hope fiend!"