New England Recovery and Wellness

Ratings & Reviews
Recovery.org Reviews
  • Overall: 4.9
  • Accommodations: 4.9
  • Meals: 4.9
  • Effectiveness: 4.9
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Contact Information
81 Hall St.
Concord, NH 03301
8883788238
  • $ Paying for Treatment
    • Insurance is Accepted
    • Financing is Available
    • Medicare is not Accepted
    • Medicaid is not Accepted

Treatment Insights

We focus on all factors when it comes to addiction healing. Bringing together the mind, body, and spirit in unison to create a lifelong journey of happiness without drugs or alcohol. We take all the necessary steps in guiding our clients through the journey of recovery. Our groups are setup perfectly for all facets of Addiction Recovery. We offer a multitude of group types including; Life Skills Training, Psycho-Education, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma Therapy, Relapse Prevention, and many more that are sure to fit all our clients' needs.

New England Recovery and Wellness Reviews and Ratings Details

The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.

Reviews at a Glance

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ML

New England RAW saved my life. The staff is amazing and they truly care.

Leah G T

They truly saved my life. I walked in there depleted, dead inside and done. They were all my miracles. I cannot say thank you enough to staff for truly saving my life. I wouldn't be here with out yo...

Danielle

Amazing facility.

RE

This is the place to be if you are chasing after recovery!

DS

What an amazing job they did in putting RAW together! I came to NH when there was just a shell of a building and to see it finished was amazing. It is truly a 5 star facility from the inside out. Grea...

Matt

New England Recovery & Wellness has a great program and an incredibly passionate team of staff. Everyone who works there is passionate about helping others recover from the deadly disease of addiction...

Daniel

I prayed to find a place as great as this. I had been to countless "Hole in the wall" facilities and the care just wasn't there. I came to this facility completely broken and they showed me love and h...

Alexandra

The best and most genuine company I have been privileged to be a part of!

JL

Great clinicians, knowledgeable staff, and a stellar facility.

Andrew

Really awesome opportunity coming here. I never thought I'd be able to live life clean and sober but thanks to them I have hope again. Highly recommend this place to anyone struggling.

VU

I wanna do better in life.

T. S.

Pretty cool place awesome staff and owners are all good people

RG

Intimacy Therapy Amenities were all strengths. A weakness was that the program is long through all phases This was my first treatment and I couldn't of asked for a better experience. They we...

Cr

Recovery was a strength Great program to get sober in

Lee

Most of the staff are in recovery themselves A downfall was that it just opened. The recovery model is new to the area and offers a wide range of treatment options

Anonymous

This facility was great.


Areas of Focus
Individual Therapy

This term describes one-on-one therapy, in which a patient and trained counselor, social worker, psychologist or psychiatrist meets privately with a patient to discuss challenges related to lifestyle, work, family and romantic relationships that may have contributed to the development of an addiction.

Creative Arts Therapy

Writing, making art or engaging in theater can be deeply therapeutic for people working to recover from addiction. Many facilities offer one or several forms of creative arts therapy as a way to help patients learn to express their feelings in productive ways.

Holistic Therapy

Facilities that offer “holistic therapy” see and treat patients in the context of their entire lives and health status. They treat the “whole person,” not just the addiction.

Family Program

Research shows that the odds of successful, sustained recovery from addiction are far higher when family members and loved ones are involved in treatment. Drug and alcohol addiction often have genetic roots, whether related to substance abuse, mental illness or both. Family dynamics also play a role and, often, family members are the first to realize a loved one has developed an addiction. Also, it’s important for family members to understand and embrace the lifestyle changes that are required to sustain recovery.

Alumni Testimonials
  • What an absolutely beautiful facility with the most caring, loving, and knowledgeable staff. I would recommend anyone struggling with drugs or alcohol to reach out to this facility!
    Laura P.
  • So thankful to have been apart of New England Recovery and Wellness. The staff is amazing and truly cares, they aren't just there for a paycheck and that was huge! It was an amazing 4 weeks, I've learned so much that I will forever take with me! They also show you how to have sober fun! & that was refreshing. I'm so thankful for everyone I met at there, clients & staff!
    Cody D.
  • Amazing people doing amazing things! People helping people is nothing new but people helping people that society has deemed hopeless is and that is exactly what this amazing group is doing!
    Mary S.
  • When you talk about true dedication and care, you are talking about RAW and the entire team. I am blessed and honored to have been here! I know that many lives will be saved because of this center.
    Jake L.
Key Staff Members
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    Ryan Gagne - OWNER/ CHIEF OPERATIONS OFFICER

    Ryan was raised in Hudson NH by a wonderful family, no one would have suspected that Substance Abuse Disorder would shape his life. All activities, hobbies and life ambitions had fell victim to Ryan’s struggle with SUD and found himself in many treatment centers over the years. Finally March of 2008 the message of Recovery stuck with him and he has dedicated his life to helping other people find the freedom and happiness they seek through recovery from drug and alcohol addiction that he has found. Ryan believes completely in treating SUD by treating the Mind, Body, and Spirit. Since then Ryan has maintained and remained extremely active in his personal Recovery. He has also gone back to school for Criminal Justice at Great Bay Community College after only having a 6th grade education. His dream was to go back into the Correctional Facilities and develop models for Rehabilitation to help the people who are incarcerated for SUD related issues get the appropriate help they need. While in school took a job in SUD Treatment and fell in love with the work. Ryan started off by landing a role as a Case Manager, then fell into a Facility Operations Manager role where he worked his way into the Chief Operating Officer. Ryan also has experience being the Director of Admissions and Marketing where he established and maintained both local and national relationships with other Substance Abuse Treatment Providers. In October 2015 Ryan founded Live Free Structured Sober Living which provided highly structured supports and high levels of accountability for highly motivated residents. After seeing a need to have a higher level of care through the deaths around New England Ryan partnered with some like-minded folks and opened New England Recovery and Wellness in December of 2016. The Journey continues…

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    Joshua New, LCSW, MSW - CLINICAL DIRECTOR

    Joshua New is a licensed clinical social worker in the state of New Hampshire, as well as holding licenses in the state of Texas. He earned a master’s degree in clinical social work from the University of New England specializing in the treatment of addiction services. Joshua has experience developing and managing programs in the private as well as the community mental health areas of service. He has 18 years of experience working with addicts and alcoholics personally and over a decade professionally working with individuals with addiction as well as mental health issues. He is trained in EMDR as well to help more complex issues of trauma. After a history of chronic relapse to substances and multiple treatment episodes and “failed” attempts at long term recovery, he was fortunate to find a provider that believed in a long term care model and was able to develop sustainable tools of recovery and a foundation for continued spiritual growth which he passionately still pursues to his day. He is not only trained in the clinical aspects of treatment that he loves to educate and teach individuals and families about, but he is also passionate about his presentation to motivate individuals about optimizing their life in all areas and teaching people how to be empowered, shedding limiting labels and creating a life second to none. Josh’s holistic approach to treating the whole individual physical, spiritually, and emotionally appears to have the most rewarding effect for those he works with. He started his recovery working in the financial industry working as a licensed stock broker for some years before finding his passion professionally to work and serve people seeking a way out of suffering. In that process he met and married his beautiful wife of 15 years and has three amazing children whom he enjoys spending his free time with whether it be at family functions, playing basketball, swimming at the lake, or going on adventures to other states and cities. He believes no matter what as long as he is with his family and strengthening his bonds with them, life is good. A native of New England he is also an avid sports fan and loves all things Boston, but holds a huge passion for football and enjoying the Patriots during the season with his two boys and daughter. Over the last 18 years working on himself professionally and personally through his own pains and joys in recovery three principles appear to guide him daily in his recovery. Living life on life’s terms and strengthening his faith in his higher power, cultivating gratitude and personal empowerment. His belief has been that Happiness is not a destination, but a creation. One which we control and create daily based upon our own humility to remain teachable and disciplined enough to take corrective action. Years ago he remembers sitting in an indigent detox in Southern California and reading an anonymous quote stenciled on the far wall across from him, that for him began the process of his awakening. It read, “Grateful People Are Happy People and Those Who Aint, Aint.”

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    Laura Slosman, MEd., MLADC - PRIMARY THERAPIST

    Beginning in 2003, Laura started working in human services and counseling. Laura has a Master's level license in addiction counseling. A Master's in counseling with undergraduate degree's in addiction and sports medicine. Laura has earned the Thomas H. Mc Tague Award for dedication to addiction studies and was inducted into the Phi Theta Kappa honor society.