Programs available at Headrest

24-hour Hotline Headrest provides a 24-hour crisis hotline service to individuals living in NH, VT and nationwide. Trained Crisis Intervention Counselors provide information and referral services to populations at risk for substance abuse and suicide. Through active listening Counselors assist with the following: suicide lethality assessments and intervention, domestic violence intervention, substance use assessments and other relevant issues.

THE NATIONAL SUICIDE LIFELINE – (HEADREST in Lebanon, NH covering the State of NH) 1-800-273-TALK

Low Intensity Residential Treatment Program (Transitional Living Program) The Church St. facility provides 14 beds for 90 days to individuals who have recently completed some form of substance use treatment and need a safe sober environment, preparing them as they transition back into the community. We provide substance use treatment, case management, and referrals to assist them in the process of obtaining employment, securing housing and, other critical services as needed.

Outpatient Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Counseling Headrest offers outpatient substance use treatment for both men and women. Both group and individual treatment modalities are used, including Outpatient (OP) and Intensive Outpatient (IOP) Programs.

We work in collaboration with the local Grafton County Drug Court To learn more about this program, click here.

Outreach and Community Education Headrest Staff provide substance use education to schools, businesses and other organizations in the Upper Valley as well as the state.

Vocational Program Headrest’s Vocational Specialist works with those in recovery to find career ladder jobs, that provide a sustainable living wage. 

Please contact the Headrest office at (603) 448-4872 for more information or to access entry into any of these programs other than the Crisis Hotline. The 24/7 Crisis Hotline can be reached at (603) 448-4400.

Please consider a donation to Headrest. We rely on the generosity and support of our community. Together we can make a difference!