The Doorway-NH – A hub and spoke system which involves nine regional “Hubs ” that will serve as the single point of entry to connect individuals with alcohol and/or other drug problems with local providers—the “Spokes ”—for treatment and recovery support service.
Naloxone Kits in NH – Naloxone kits may be purchased at a pharmacy that is operating with a standing order (universal perscription). Naloxone kits are available for free from recovery community organizations (RCO), or from your regional Doorway.
AnyoneAnytimeNH.org – Campaign designed to educate the public and professionals about addiction, emergency overdose medication and accessibility to support services for those experiencing opioid addiction.
NH Area Assembly of Alcoholics Anonymous – Website providing meeting lists, resources and events and activities.
Granite State Area Narcotics Anonymous – Website providing daily meeting lists, addict callback support, as well as information on area events and activities.
Green Mountain Area of Narcotics Anonymous – Website providing meeting lists, resources and events and activities.
In the Rooms – Online recovery support group for individuals in recovery, family members and friends.
SMART Recovery – Website providing meeting lists for available in-person and online meetings and other resources to support addiction recovery.
Celebrate Recovery – Website providing meeting lists and other resources for available Christ-centered recovery programs to support addiction recovery.
Family Support Groups – Listing of NH area family support groups for parents of children, teens and young adults with substance use issues.
NH Regional Public Health Networks – Contact your local Substance Misuse Prevention Coordinator to learn more about available alcohol and drug resources in your community.
NH Department of Health and Human Services, Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services Resource Guide – List of services available through the state contracted treatment system that are available on a sliding fee scale.
Addiction Resource Center (ARC) Portal – This resource offers people concerned about their own substance use or a loved one’s substance use to take a self-assessment, develop an action plan and locate local SUD treatment services.
NIAAA Alcohol Treatment Navigator – This resource reviews the different elements to consider when searching for treatment services. The navigator is not intended to be a directory of resources.
Health Insurance Marketplace – Learn more and enroll for health insurance through the Insurance Marketplace or the New Hampshire Health Protection Program which offers a new substance use disorder benefit.
Medicine Disposal Information for New Hampshire – How to safely dispose of unused and expired medications. Information via the NH Department of Environmental Services.
Mental Health Mobile Crisis Lines – Mental Health Mobile Crisis Lines offer 24/7 phone support and resources to callers. Mobile services are available on a case by case basis for some emergency mental health situations.
NH Department of Health & Human Services’, Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services (BDAS) – BDAS’ mission is to join individuals, families and communities in reducing alcohol and other drug problems thereby increasing opportunities for citizens to achieve health and independence. The bureau supports the full continuum of care (prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery) and provides emerging research and statistics.
DrugfreeNH.org – Website providing information on prevention efforts, effects of alcohol and other drugs and guidance on recovery and treatment.
Check the Stats NH – Media campaign providing statistics from national and state drug and alcohol use surveys and provides parents and caregivers with information and tools needed to help keep teens safe.
CountyOffice.org – Database of local county and state government offices in the U.S., including social security offices, courts, fire departments, hospitals, etc..
NH Center for Excellence – A resource that provides technical assistance, disseminates data and information, and promotes knowledge transfer in support of communities, practitioners, policymakers, and other stakeholders working to address alcohol and other drug misuse and related consequences in NH.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration – Agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services whose mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America’s communities. This site offers public health information and resources.
Massachusetts Substance Abuse Information and Education Helpline –
http://helpline-online.com/ or call 1-800-327-5050
Vermont Substance Abuse Treatment Centers –
Maine Association of Substance Abuse Programs Online Directory –
Maine Statewide 24-hour Crisis Hotline – 1-888-568-1112