“Creating a strategic blueprint that builds and strengthens the community by reducing the harms associated with opioid misuse, opioid overdoses and substance use disorders.”

Resource Guide

The Monadnock Rural Communities Opioid Response Program Consortium has compiled the resource guide below to provide a one-stop-shop for resources in the Monadnock Region related to substance abuse prevention, treatment, recovery and beyond. This guide has been built specifically with the residents of the Monadnock Region in mind, and represents a detailed effort to capture a wide range of local resources across the continuum of care, especially those not typically captured in other resource guides such as prevention services and services such as housing, transportation, and food assistance that can support those in recovery from substance use disorder. Communities covered in this guide include all 23 towns in Cheshire County, as well as the 10 communities on the western fringe of Hillsborough County including Antrim, Bennington, Francestown, Greenfield, Greenville, Hancock, New Ipswich, Peterborough, Sharon and Temple.

Several other organizations across New Hampshire have also compiled high level resource guides, the link to two of which can be found below. The NH Drug and Alcohol Treatment Locator provides a search by location function for a wide range of substance abuse services, and the Doorway at Cheshire Medical has compiled an extensive document of statewide inpatient, outpatient, and residential substance abuse treatment services statewide.

NH Drug  & Alcohol Treatment Locator

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Doorway at Cheshire Medical Center

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Organizations and resources dedicated to the prevention of substance use disorders.


Resources that can aid in evaluating and identifying substance use disorders.


Resources dedicated to the treatment of substance use disorders.

Recovery Support Services

Services and resources to aid in the recovery from substance use disorders such as housing, food assistance, transportation, and other assistance.

Medication Assisted Treatment

Treatment resources which are able to include the use of buprenorphine and other medications in their services.

Residential Services

Sober housing, residential treatment programs, and other housing resources not specifically related to treatment and recovery services.