New Season Franklin

880 Central St
Suite 10
Franklin, NH 03235

***OPENING SOON***  Call 1-877-284-7074 to be added to the waitlist.

New Season is a leading provider of patient-centered opioid addiction treatment with over 30 years of experience providing specialized care for addiction recovery. We currently operate 70 locations in 21 states and are growing into new areas where there is a need for our valuable addiction treatment services. Our locations help more than 25,000 patients every day and we utilize the latest medical research to ensure our facilities are the gold standard for Medication-Assisted Treatment.

All New Season locations are accredited by national and local agencies to ensure public and patient safety.  New Season prides itself on creating secure facilities and processes that not only meet these national standards but go beyond the requirements to provide the best experience for our patients and neighborhoods alike.  All locations are licensed with the:

  • State Board of Pharmacy
  • Drug Enforcement Agency
  • State Methadone Authority
  • Center for Substance Abuse Treatment
  • Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
  • Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (C.A.R.F)

New Season Franklin provides opioid addiction treatment and recovery services to Franklin and surrounding areas including Laconia, Tilton Northfield, Salisbury, Andover, Boscawen, Webster Canterbury, Belmont and Sanbornton. New Season St. Franklin will be one of the newest members of the New Season family and will have a dedicated team of addiction specialists to help more patients succeed in opioid treatment recovery.  The outpatient program includes Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT), counseling, and all the services listed below in one low fee. Each plan is tailored to meet each individuals needs. Call now to be added to the waitlist.

Our Services for Opioid Addiction Treatment:

  • Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) - such as methadone, buprenorphine or Suboxone to address withdrawal symptoms and cravings
  • Counseling: individual one-on-one, group and family
  • Medically supervised withdrawal
  • Lab tests
  • Convenient outpatient services
  • A wide range of support services, giving guidance to each patient on how to connect with community resources including:  housing, child care, employment counseling and training and assistance with GED programs
  • Helping patients develop social skills
  • Referrals
  • Confidentiality
  • Take-home benefits after meeting key criteria

Each New Season location has an extensive team of treatment and support professionals to provide these services including Licensed Physicians, Program Director, Substance Abuse Counselors and Nurses.  We also work with local organizations to ensure we encourage more individuals to start treatment and connect with other health providers to offer a continuum of care for all their health needs.

Our team of addiction specialists are trained to address opioid addiction as the brain disease it is. To help understand the nature of addiction, compare it to other well known and more understood diseases like diabetes. Both diseases may start with voluntary choices such as not following directions for an opioid prescription or eating too much sugar. Because of these initial choices, organs in your body are affected. In the case of diabetes, the pancreas does not work properly. In the case of opioids, brain function is damaged, affecting the ability to make decisions, react to stress, memory, the ability to learn and behavioral control. In both cases, longer periods of abuse results in greater, possibly chronic and long-term damage. Medication is required to help organs stabilize so that the patient can then focus on changing habits and making better health choices. Our teams work with patients to ensure that they achieve stability so that they can then benefit from our counseling, guidance and support services.

Positive outcomes of providing Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) services within a community:

  • Contributes to public safety and safer neighborhoods
    • Reduction of painkiller and heroin addicted individuals
    • Reduced criminal behavior
    • Reduced pressure on emergency personnel, court systems and prisons
    • Improved social functioning, domestic relations and child rearing
  • Improved health and wellness in the community
    • Reduced rates of infection of communicable diseases including HIV, AIDS, Hepatitis C and other blood-borne pathogens
    • Reduced pressures on public services, enabling emergency, trauma and urgent care centers to be run more efficiently and effectively
    • Patients’ improved health, pregnancy outcomes and psychological well-being
    • Lowered mortality rates of opioid dependent citizens
  • Improved community productivity
    • Patients are able to acquire and maintain employment
    • Clinics serve patients who live in the community and are everyday citizens like lawyers, engineers, secretaries, truck drivers, roofers, gardeners, teachers, salespersons, architects, computer programmers, etc., helping them perform better at work and for their patrons
    • Greater socioeconomic contributions to the community from opioid dependent citizens
Business Hours:
Mon - Fri: 5:30am - 2:00pm
Sat - Sun: 6:00am - 9:00am
Holidays: 6:00am - 8:00am
Pharmacy Hours:
Mon - Fri: 5:30am-11:00am
Sat - Sun: 6:00am - 9:00am
Holidays: 6:00am - 8:00am

New Patients

Phone: 877-284-7074

Existing Patients

Phone: 603-671-7065
Fax: 603-671-3215

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