Mid-State Health Center is pleased to share news of the upcoming relocation of its RISE Recovery services to a new and more accessible location. Starting October 1, RISE will be moving from its current home at Whole Village to 28 Main Street, Plymouth, NH. The new location, conveniently situated in the heart of Plymouth, ensures that individuals seeking recovery support will have convenient and direct access to the comprehensive services provided by Mid-State.
For many years, Mid-State’s RISE Recovery services have played a pivotal role in our region’s healthcare landscape, providing a diverse range of support options for individuals navigating the complexities of substance use disorder. These services encompass an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), and an array of Recovery Support Services. By relocating the RISE Recovery services to 28 Main Street in downtown Plymouth, Mid-State aims to remove barriers and create a more accessible path to recovery for all.
Scott Leighton, the Program Director of Mid-State’s RISE Recovery services, expressed enthusiasm for the move, stating, “We are truly excited about this relocation and its potential to positively impact the lives of those on their journey to recovery. The new location will allow us to expand our reach and create a more inclusive environment where individuals can find the support they need. We look forward to building upon our program in this new space.”
For more information about Mid-State’s RISE Recovery services, please contact 603-271-6300, or visit midstatehealth.org.