The 10th District Substance Abuse Program (DBA New Beginnings) is a joint collaboration between the state of New York and the Department of Social Services in New Hampshire. The program seeks to provide a variety of resources for individuals and families affected by substance abuse. The state offers a variety of services to the families and individuals. This includes drug testing alcohol screening drug education detoxification counseling and referrals for further services. There is also a referral process to help find employment assistance legal representation and drug treatment programs.
Families in need of this type of program are often unable to afford private treatment centers because they can’t afford the high cost or the family support system. However there are government-funded treatment centers that are licensed and offer treatment to families who struggle with substance abuse. Families have been able to get out of the addiction without the help of an outside professional. Many times this outside professional while offering help can also be expensive and may not be right for all families. This is why the program helps those in need through a variety of services. They work to help the families of those suffering from addiction and alcoholism.
The program also helps the community through their education efforts and outreach efforts. By educating their community and offering free and confidential treatment the program encourages individuals to seek help. If you or someone you know is having difficulties you should contact the state program. They can help you obtain the treatment you need. Also if you are looking to receive treatment you should contact them for more information. They will also be able to refer you to a professional who can help you get out of your addiction and into a healthier life.