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GateHouse Treatment of New Hampshire CEO Ed McDonough Live on Radio

 

Nashua, NH- GateHouse Treatment of New Hampshire CEO Ed McDonough, made a live appearance on NH1’s WTPL radio channel, The Pulse, on Friday, January 19th, 2018.

McDonough, discusses the ongoing opioid crisis plaguing New Hampshire.  The drug epidemic should be addressed at the highest level. GateHouse Treatment addiction treatment centers of New Hampshire works with politicians and government officials to provide solutions to those suffering from the disease of addiction. Nashua Safe Stations, are an example of such a program that involves the Nashua Fire Department aiding and transportation to a drug treatment center based on their needs.

GateHouse Treatment, located in Nashua, New Hampshire is part of a network of addiction treatment centers serving men and women, both locally and from other states.

GateHouse believes that with treatment and participation in 12-step fellowships, those suffering today have a shot at recovery. CEO Ed McDonough says, “we believe in the fellowship. This is a one day at a time program,” giving hope to any suffering addict or alcoholic that there is hope for a better future.

At GateHouse Treatment, they provide the clients with clinical treatment as well as a strong sense of addiction treatment centers community to encourage clients to work towards leading a clean and sober life. The clients participate in weekend activities to show them sobriety can be fun as well.

GateHouse has a thriving Alumni community for clients once they graduate to allow them to have a strong sober network of people to support each other. Alumni events at GateHouse have garnered attendance of 50+. This camaraderie between clients, plays an important role in achieving long-term sobriety.

GateHouse of New Hampshire does a great deal of outreach work in the community. Their goal is to help anyone who reaches out. Even if the GateHouse Treatment admissions team is unable to place someone reaching out into their own program, they will provide the resources to ensure they receive treatment somewhere.

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