Brighter Futures Together

Transitional Housing
Nashua, NH
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20 A Northwest Blvd
Nashua, NH - 03063

(855) 480-0220 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one matt@triplebhs.com Website Go to Facebook

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About Brighter Futures Together

This service is conducted in a group setting because they’ve found that individuals respond best to treatment when treated together. They prefer a nurturing approach, with an emphasis on education and empowerment to move forward. Brighter Futures are here to help patients put this phase of their life behind and start anew.  One of the hardest things they have seen is when people leave the structured environment of a rehab program and move back they face all the same challenges, but with little to no support.  Their sober living program is designed to give their residents a safe, clean and supportive environment as they transition back into society.  They have seen that they can reduce the chance of relapse when people are given structure and hope for their futures.

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