Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Our Mission

To improve the physical and emotional health of our patients with opiate use disorder. The MAT team will guide patients through the recovery process by providing outstanding care, while always keeping in mind their self-worth.

We focus on our patient’s individual needs, strengths and goals by providing treatment medications along with therapy to guide them down the path of recovery and improve patient outcomes.

Our Treatment Team

Bridget Laflamme, Medical Social Worker
Jeannette Hook, MLDAC
Kirsten Griffin, PMHNP-BC, MAT Provider
Kim Sias Lombardi LICSW
Mia Qualls, LPN, Recovery Coach, Program Coordinator

Trained Recovery Coach – A trained individual who promotes patients recovery by removing barriers to recovery and serves as a personal guide and mentor for people seeking or already in recovery.  This is someone who guides and supports a person in recovery from addiction and helps prevent relapses.  If interested in meeting with a recovery coach, please call the Pleasant Street Office at (603) 752-2040 to speak with our coach.

Get Help Now

  • Contact CCFHS recovery program nurse coordinator.  After answering a few questions, an appointment will be made based on your needs.
  • During the first program visit, the nurse coordinator will obtain a complete health assessment.
  • Program requirements will be reviewed and all questions will be answered.
  • An appointment will be made to meet with a treatment provider or, a referral will be made based on your individual needs.


Accepting new patients including pregnant women and their partners.

Please click on the link below for MAT Patient Forms.

MAT Patient Forms(1)

Call Now for Help (603)752-2040



Call 1-800-273-8255

Text 273Talk to 839863



Call 1-800-923-4375

Text RecoveryNow to 839863


(603) 752-2040