Keene Outpatient Program

Program

Overview

Phoenix House New England is excited that you have chosen to begin or continue your treatment program with us!

We are committed to providing safe access to treatment during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Therefore, Phoenix House New England is now offering the following Outpatient Services via Telehealth:

  • Assessments for new or returning clients
  • Individual Substance Abuse and Mental Health Psychotherapy
  • Intensive Outpatient Services 
  • Group Psychotherapy
  • Psychiatric Evaluations and Follow-Up 
  • Medication Evaluation and Follow-Up

A fresh start in your journey to become free from drug or alcohol addiction.

Scenic Keene, New Hampshire, located in the heart of New England’s Monadnock Region, offers numerous educational, cultural, and recreational opportunities that create an ideal environment for recovery from substance use disorder. Keene has the amenities of a small city yet retains the feel of a classic New England town.

Phoenix House Keene, located in the center of this vibrant community, provides a full spectrum of substance use disorder services, including medication-assisted treatment, residential care, partial hospitalization with boarding, intensive outpatient program and outpatient services.

With patients from across New England, Phoenix House Keene accepts payments from most health insurance carriers as well as self-paying clients.  Funding for qualified uninsured clients is provided by the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services’ Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services.  The friendly and knowledgeable staff will explain insurance and self-pay procedures.  All major credit cards are accepted.  For more information, call 603-358-4041.

Phoenix House Keene is accredited by CARF, a nationally recognized standard of excellence.

Program

Description

Short-term Residential

Phoenix House Keene provides individualized treatment for adult men and women who are suffering from substance use disorder, including those with co-occurring mental health needs.  Treatment utilizes a holistic approach, including individual care management and Evidence Based Group curriculums.  Many group curriculums include health-focused services, such as medication assisted treatment (MAT), tobacco cessation, and information on HIV. In addition, community agencies present various health-related topics, psychoeducational groups, and evidence-based group counseling. These may include Matrix relapse prevention, Seeking Safety, Anger Management, and gender seminars, as well as mindfulness, yoga, meditation, nutrition, expressive arts, and continuing care planning, all with a person-centered focus.  Phoenix House Keene has a psychiatric and medical team to assist with individual needs; patients can access the medical team for evaluations, which are provided as part of treatment when clinically indicated.  Length of stay varies depending on the individual needs of each patient and is followed by referral to the next appropriate level of care.

 

Outpatient and MAT program

Outpatient services for behavioral health issues are tailored to meet each patient’s individual needs. The program helps clients regain control of their lives by establishing sobriety, supporting a sustained recovery, and creating support networks.  Patients may participate in group counseling and/or individual therapy as clinically determined according to need and preference. A clinical and person-centered approach is recommended throughout Outpatient treatment.  All individuals are assessed by a licensed clinician to further evaluate clinical need.  An additional on-site referral can be made related to any mental health needs, and Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) is available in conjunction with treatment services.

Intensive Outpatient Treatment

Phoenix House Keene’s Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) provides treatment for substance use disorders in group sessions that meet three times weekly for approximately three hours.  IOP is appropriate for adults age 18 and older who need to learn skills and develop support systems to maintain abstinence. Treatment includes supportive sessions to identify substance use triggers, while teaching complementary skills for reduction or abstinence.  All individuals are assessed by a licensed clinician to further evaluate clinical need.  An additional on-site referral can be made related to any mental health needs, and Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) is available in conjunction with treatment services.  Individuals are supported in the transition from the IOP to the Outpatient program and ongoing services as clinically recommended.

Insurances Accepted/ Payment Options

  • Most Major insurance carriers
  • Managed Care Programs
  • Medicaid
  • Self-pay

How to Access Care

Toll Free: 888-392-7867
Local : 603-358-4041 ext 1703
accessnh@phoenixhousene.org

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