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Meet the Pros
Jen Coppinger, BSN, RNCare Coordinator Manager Aware Recovery Care In-Home Addiction Treatment
Jen Coppinger, BSN, RN is a Board Certified Registered Nurse, licensed in the state of NH. Jen also holds a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology/Exercise Science and is an AFAA certified personal trainer who has been practicing in the health and wellness field for 12 years. Jen has lived experience with recovery as well as with leadership experience as Ministry Leader for a local Celebrate Recovery, a 12 step, Christian-based fellowship program. Jen has experience in respiratory therapy treatment, including leading an educational group at the Concord Hospital Pulmonary Rehabilitation Center in Concord, NH. She believes in “meeting the client where they are at” and finding innovative and creative ways to help clients succeed in their journey towards recovery. Jen has a passion for recovery and sharing the message of hope. Jen currently serves as the Administrator and Care Coordinator Manager for Aware Recovery Care of New Hampshire.Show Bio
Rachel Boersma, PHD, RNAddiction Nurse Aware Recovery Care Outpatient NH
Dr. Boersma has worked in the addictions and mental health field for more than 30 years, caring for children, adolescents, and adults. Additionally, she has taught behavioral health theory and practice for 14 years in the US, Ukraine, and China. Her interests include global human rights issues and animal welfare issues. During her spare time, she and her husband provide a safe retirement home and hospice elderly or ill dogs.Show Bio
Justin EtlingCEO The Process Recovery Center
Justin Etling is the CEO of the Process Recovery Center in Hudson, NH. While Justin has a background in the business world, his passion is working side by side with people on their recovery journeys. In 1997 Justin entered recovery at just 17 years old, he has since been committed to living a life of recovery and personal growth and spreading a message of hope for over 20 years. Justin’s mission is to find innovative ways to prevent the resurgence of drug and alcohol misuse and to improve long-term recovery statistics. This quest lead Justin to become a founding member of Rise Above sober living and to open a treatment center. Meditation and positive visualization are crucial elements of Justin’s recovery message. By using these skills in his own life, Justin tirelessly creates new platforms for advocacy, reform, family outreach, and early intervention. When Justin isn’t dreaming up new ways to save lives, he enjoys hitting the golf course, watching the Celtics, and spending time with his daughters.Show Bio
- New Hampshire ranks 9th in treatment centers servicing/accepting computerized substance abuse treatment per 100,000 residents. One spot better is Nebraska, ranked 8 in the U.S. Utah is ranked one spot worse at spot 10.
- When adjusted for population, New Hampshire ranks 10th in treatment centers servicing/accepting other treatment approaches. Colorado is just 1 spot better, ranked 9 out of the United States. One spot worse is North Dakota, ranked 11 in the U.S.
- For federal military insurance clients, New Hampshire ranks 15th in population-adjusted treatment centers. One spot better is New Mexico, ranked 14 in the U.S. Indiana is ranked one spot worse at spot 16.
- New Hampshire is 16th among U.S. states in treatment centers servicing or accepting private health insurance. Iowa is ranked one spot better at spot 15. One spot worse is New Mexico, ranked 17 in the U.S.
- New Hampshire ranks 18th in treatment centers servicing/accepting pregnant or post-partum women per 100,000 residents. Connecticut is just 1 spot better, ranked 17 out of the United States. Kansas is just 1 spot worse, ranked 19 out of the United States.
“Live free or die” is the state motto of New Hampshire, but if you’re caught in the cycle of addiction, breaking free might seem impossible. New Hampshire drug rehab programs can help you lead a life that’s free from drugs and alcohol, as long as you’re committed to getting clean and sober.
- A compulsive need to keep using alcohol or drugs, even though you’re aware that they’re destroying your life
- A tolerance to drugs or alcohol — or the need to use more of a drug to experience the same pleasurable sensations
- Physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms when you attempt to quit on your own
- Repeated relapses into drug use, even after you’ve resolved to stop once and for all
By the time many addicts are ready to admit that they need help, they may feel that their situation is hopeless. But hope is available for any New Hampshire resident who’s dedicated to creating a new future through rehab.
Illicit Drug Use in New Hampshire
The state of New Hampshire is known for its outdoor recreational opportunities and its cozy New England atmosphere. But New Hampshire has also been the target of international drug cartels. The Boston Herald reported in 2012 that a Mexican drug cartel had attempted to start a pipeline for the transportation of illicit drugs between Europe and New Hampshire. This illegal project came to a halt when investigators seized over 760 pounds of cocaine being shipped through the pipeline to the US.
According to statistics from the Executive Office of the President of the United States, drugs killed 187 people in New Hampshire in 2007 to 2008, exceeding the national rate. In fact, more New Hampshire residents died from illicit drug abuse during that year than from motor vehicle accidents or firearms.
*Nonprofit Drug Rehab Centers in New Hampshire
The Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services, a division of the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, has a vision of eliminating the social and economic barriers that prevent the state’s low-income residents from obtaining treatment. With this goal in mind, the bureau supports programs such as:
- New Hampshire Access to Recovery (NH-ATR)
- Drugfree NH
- Friends of Recovery NH
- 12-step programs in New Hampshire (NH Alcoholics Anonymous, NH Al-Anon and NH Narcotics Anonymous)
Getting the Right Type of New Hampshire Addiction Treatment
In order to help you choose the most effective services for your needs, an admissions counselor or therapist will evaluate you to determine how long you’ve been using, how much you’ve been using, and your level of medical and psychiatric stability. Your treatment team will then decide whether inpatient rehab, partial hospitalization, outpatient treatment or a community-based support group is the best option for you.