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North Country Health Consortium

Substance Use Disorder Clinical Services

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Our Facilities

With scenic views of the White Mountains located in the North Country of New Hampshire, the Friendship House is the primary facililty for the North Country Health Consortium’s (NCHC) array of Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Clinical Services.

The Friendship House offers residential treatment for substance use disorders to men and women ages 18 years and older, including residential high-intensity and low-intensity programs.  Outpatient and intensive outpatient treatment and services are also available at the Friendship House (Bethlehem), in addition to NCHC’s satellite locations listed below:

Friendship House 

North Country Health Consortium
Friendship House
2957 Main St.
PO. Box 717
Bethlehem, NH 03574

Satellite Sites

Treatment and services for Outpatient Programs and the Impaired Driver Care Management Program (IDCMP) are offered at our satellite locations. 

The following sites are subject to change, please verify your appointment. 

Why Choose Us

We offer....

Other NCHC programs include: 

Impaired Driver Care Management Program (IDCMP) supports individuals in the process of navigating the system to regain driving privileges. 

For more information about IDCMP or to schedule an intake appointment, call:
(603)259-3700 x230

Drug Treatment Court (DTC) for Grafton County assists criminal offenders in breaking the cycle of crime and substance misuse, while improving community safety, and decreasing financial costs currently incurred by the criminal justice system. 

 Contact us

 Contact the main office for Substance Use Disorder Clinical Services:

North Country Health Consortium
Friendship House
2957 Main St.
PO. Box 717
Bethlehem, NH 03574

(603) 869-2210 (Phone)
(603) 869-2355 (Fax) 

Admissions Forms

Resources

The 2019 North Country Community Compass is now available! Click on the link or image below to begin navigating local resouces for Substance Use Disorder:

Preparedness and Response Public Health Advisory Council
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