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1 RESOURCE GUIDE Resource Guide for Alcohol and Drug Prevention and Treatment Services NH Department of Health and Human Services Call or (toll-free in NH) 8/04 i

2 VISION We envision a society in which alcohol and drug problems are recognized as public health issues that are both preventable and treatable. We envision a society in which high-quality services for prevention and treatment of alcohol and drug problems are widely available and where prevention and treatment are recognized as specialized fields of expertise. We envision a society in which people with a history of alcohol or drug problems, and people that are at risk for these problems are valued and treated with dignity and where stigma, prejudice, discrimination, and other barriers to prevention and recovery are eliminated. MISSION To significantly reduce alcohol and other drug abuse and its social, health, and behavioral consequences for the citizens of New Hampshire through public policy and resource development, education, and supporting initiatives that ensure the delivery of effective and coordinated prevention and treatment services. inhdhhs Resource Guide for Alcohol and Drug Prevention & Treatemtn Services March 2005 i

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Clinically Managed Residential Detoxification and Sobriety Maintenance Services... 1 Outpatient Treatment... 3 Clinically Managed Low Intensity Residential Treatment Services 7 Clinically Managed Medium Intensity Residential Treatment Services... 8 Clinically Managed High Intensity Residential Treatment Services... 9 Other Residential Resources Private Treatment Facilities Impaired Driver Intervention Programs Providing Agencies-IDIP/WIDIP/MOP/PHASE II Prevention Services - Statewide Resources Prevention Services - Local/Regional Services Community-Based Substance Abuse Prevention Coalitions. 22 New Hampshire STD and HIV Counseling and Testing Resources NH Correctional Academies and Their Providers Other Related Resources Step Recovery Program Website Information Index Disclaimer: We have provided, to the best of our ability, the most accurate information that we have. Names and addresses do change so please contact us with any new information. Thank you iinhdhhs Resource Guide for Alcohol and Drug Prevention & Treatemtn Services March 2005 ii

4 . Clinically Managed Residential Detoxification and Sobriety Maintenance Services Clinically managed residential detoxification services are designed for individuals who are experiencing intoxication from alcohol and/or drugs but are not experiencing a medical emergency. Admission is voluntary. These programs are staffed by Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT), as well as staff and volunteers who are specifically trained in the management of the inebriated or impaired person. Sobriety maintenance programs provide short-term residential services for alcoholics and substance abusers. Services include individual group counseling, educational sessions and introduction to self-help groups. The purpose of sobriety maintenance programs is to provide a safe and supportive environment until appropriate treatment becomes available. They are typically offered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. CHESHIRE COUNTY KEENE Phoenix House of New England GRAFTON COUNTY LEBANON Headrest Keene Center Box Roxbury Street 12 Church Street Keene, NH Lebanon, NH Phone: Hotline: Fax: Phone: Tee Line: COOS COUNTY Fax: BERLIN Tri-County Community Action Program 361 School Street PO Box 659 Berlin, NH Phone: / Fax: HILLSBORO COUNTY MANCHESTER NCADD Greater Manchester Serenity Place 101 Manchester Street Box 1477 Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: March 2005 Page 1 of 42

5 HILLSBORO COUNTY (cont) NASHUA Keystone Hall 88 Pine Street Extension Nashua, NH Phone: Fax: MERRIMACK COUNTY CONCORD Community Services Council of New Hampshire PO Box 2338 Concord, NH Phone: Helpline: Fax: STRAFFORD COUNTY DOVER Southeastern NH Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services 272 County Farm Road Dover, NH Phone: Helpline: Fax: March 2005 Page 2 of 41

6 Outpatient Treatment The following agencies provide outpatient substance abuse counseling, assessment and screening with funding from the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services or the Governor s Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Intervention and Treatment. These programs serve individuals whose alcohol and drug use affects their daily living and causes family issues, irregular employment, arrest, etc. In many cases, an individual's outpatient counselor provides the first step towards comprehensive treatment. BELKNAP COUNTY GILFORD Horizons Counseling Center 25 Country Club Road Gilford, NH Phone: Fax: CARROLL COUNTY CONWAY Carroll County Mental Health (Includes Prenatal Care) 25 West Main Street Conway, NH Phone: Fax: WOLFEBORO Carroll County Mental Health (Wolfeboro) 70 Bay Street Wolfeboro, NH Phone: Fax: CHESHIRE COUNTY KEENE Monadnock Family Services 64 Main Street Keene, NH Phone: Fax: COOS COUNTY BERLIN Androscoggin Valley Mental Health and Developmental Services Founders Hall 3 Twelfth Street Berlin, NH Phone: Fax: COLEBROOK Upper Connecticut Valley Mental Health and Developmental Services 34 Colby Street Colebrook, NH Phone: Fax: March 2005 Page 3 of 41

7 COOS COUNTY GRAFTON COUNTY (con t.) COUNTY-WIDE LEBANON Coos County Coalition Counseling Center of Lebanon, The (North Country Health Consortium) (West Central) 646 Union Street 20 West Park Street, Suite 14 Suite 400 Lebanon, NH Littleton, NH Phone: Phone: Fax: Fax: CONWAY Northern NH Mental Health and Developmental Services (Phoenix Houses of New England) 87 Washington Street Conway, NH Phone: Fax: Headrest 12 Church Street PO Box 247 Lebanon, NH Hotline: Phone: Fax: West Central Services (Administrative Offices) GROVETON 2 Whipple Place, Suite 202 Upper Connecticut Valley Mental Lebanon, NH Health and Developmental Services Phone: Brooklyn Street Fax: Groveton, NH Phone: LITTLETON Fax: GRAFTON COUNTY PO Box 599 BETHLEHEM Tri-County Community Action Program Friendship House Box Main Street Bethlehem, NH Phone: Fax: White Mountain Mental Health and Developmental Services 29 Maple Street Littleton, NH Phone: Fax: NORTH HAVERILL Grafton County Dept. of Corrections 3865 Dartmouth College Highway North Haverill, NH Phone: March 2005 Page 4 of 41

8 GRAFTON COUNTY (cont.) PLYMOUTH Horizons Counseling Center PO Box 193 Plymouth, NH Phone: Fax: (please call before faxing) HILLSBORO COUNTY (cont.) Office of Youth Services 1528 Elm Street, Lower Level Manchester NH Phone: Fax: Southern New Hampshire Services WEST LEBANON PO Box 5040 Child and Family Services Manchester, NH Upper Valley Coalition Phone: Atwood Avenue Fax: West Lebanon, NH Phone: Fax: WOODSVILLE Friendship House 33 Ralston Road Woodsville, NH Phone: Fax: HILLSBORO COUNTY NASHUA Keystone Hall 88 Pine Street Extension Nashua, NH Phone: Fax: Nashua Area Health Center (Outpatient for Pregnant and Postpartum Women and Reproductive Age Women) 10 Prospect Street Nashua, NH Phone: Fax: MANCHESTER Farnum Outpatient Services Manchester Alcoholism and Rehabilitation Center 235 Hanover Street Youth Council (The) Manchester, NH W. Pearl Street Phone: Nashua, NH Fax: Phone: Fax: Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester (The) 1228 Elm Street, 2nd Floor Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: MERRIMACK COUNTY CONCORD Fresh Start Program (The) (Intensive Outpatient 18 years and older) Concord Hospital 250 Pleasant Street, Suite 5400 Concord, NH Phone: ext Fax: March 2005 Page 5 of 41

9 MERRIMACK COUNTY (cont.) SULLIVAN COUNTY Riverbend Substance Abuse Services CLAREMONT (Outpatien t Services) Counseling Center of Claremont (The) Concord Hospital 140 North Street 250 Pleasant Street, Suite 5400 Claremont, NH Concord, NH Phone: Phone: ext Fax: Fax: NEWPORT Counseling Center of Newport (The) ROCKINGHAM COUNTY 167 Summer Street, Suite 3 PORTSMOUTH Newport, NH Families First of the Greater Seacoast Phone: Campus Drive, Suite 12 Fax: Portsmouth, NH Phone: SULLIVAN COUNTY Fax: Child and Family Services (Adolescent program for at-risk youth) Contact Information for Sullivan County STRAFFORD COUNTY Programs: DOVER PO Box 448 Southeastern NH Alcohol and Drug Manchester, NH Abuse Services (Dover) Phone: ext County Farm Crossroads Fax: Dover, NH Phone: Fax: ROCHESTER Southeastern NH Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services (Rochester) 1 Wakefield Street Rochester, NH Appointments: Phone: Fax: March 2005 Page 6 of 41

10 Clinically Managed Low Intensity Residential Treatment Services Clinically Managed Low Intensity Residential Treatment Programs are designed to provide short-term supportive services to the recovering alcoholic and addict. Their goal is to prepare each resident for self-sufficiency in the community. In order to be eligible for most clinically managed low intensity residential treatment services, a person must have already completed a residential program and/or experienced a minimum period of sobriety. GRAFTON COUNTY BETHLEHEM Tri-County Community Action Program Friendship House HILLSBORO COUNTY (cont.) NASHUA Keystone Hall Transitional Living Center 88 Pine Street Extension Box 717 Nashua, NH Main Street Phone: Bethlehem, NH Fax: Phone: Fax: STRAFFORD COUNTY HILLSBORO COUNTY MANCHESTER Tirrell House (Halfway House for Men) 15 Brook Street Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: DOVER Southeastern NH Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services (Halfway House for Men and Women) 272 County Farm Road Dover, NH Phone: Fax: March 2005 Page 7 of 41

11 Clinically Managed Medium Intensity Residential Treatment Services Clinically Managed Medium Intensity Residential Treatment Services (also known as Residential Post-Detoxification Programs) are designed to assist individuals who have been substance free for a minimum of 72 hours. Admission is on a voluntary basis. The length of stay averages days. Costs vary and are on a sliding fee scale basis. CHESHIRE COUNTY KEENE Phoenix House of New England Keene Center 106 Roxbury Street Keene, NH Phone: Fax: GRAFTON COUNTY BETHLEHEM Tri-County Community Action Program Friendship House Box Main Street Bethlehem, NH Phone: Fax: HILLSBORO COUNTY MANCHESTER Manchester Alcoholism Rehabilitation Center The Farnum Center 235 Hanover Street Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: March 2005 Page 8 of 41

12 Clinically Managed High Intensity Residential Treatment Services Clinically Managed High Intensity Residential Treatment Programs are designed for individuals with severe substance abuse problems. People referred to a high intensity program are generally experiencing serious problems functioning in the community. Admission is voluntary. The length of stay varies from three months to a year, depending on the needs of the individual. CHESHIRE COUNTY DUBLIN Phoenix House of New England Phoenix Academy (Children under 18) 1 Pierce Road Box 354 Dublin, NH Phone: Fax: Phoenix House of New England Dublin Center (Adults) 1 Pierce Road Box 319 Dublin, NH Phone: Fax: MERRIMACK COUNTY CANTURBURY Odyssey Family Center (For Pregnant and Parenting Women, their infants and children.) 367 Shaker Road Canterbury, NH Phone: Fax: STATEWIDE Southeastern New Hampshire Services 272 County Farm Road Dover, NH Phone: Helpline: Fax: March 2005 Page 9 of 41

13 Other Residential Resources The programs listed below provide sober housing. They are funded through private donations and other sources. HILLSBORO COUNTY MANCHESTER Helping Hands Outreach Center 50 Lowell Street Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: Robinson House Southern NH Services (Subsidized single apartments for men in sober environment) 49 Manchester Street Manchester, NH Phone: NASHUA Marguerite's Place (Transitional Living for Women and Children) 89 Palm Street Nashua, NH Phone: Fax: Mary's Place 123 West Pearl Street Nashua, NH Phone: New Life Center New England Ministries PO Box 656 Epsom, NH Manchester, NH Phone: March 2005 Page 10 of 41

14 Private Treatment Facilities The following is a list of private treatment facilities which are not funded by either the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services or the Governor s Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention, Intervention and Treatment. They provide a variety of primary, intermediate, and after care services. Some of the facilities will accept reimbursement from major insurance carriers. Although all of them provide similar types of treatment, the fees they charge vary from place to place. BELKNAP COUNTY LACONIA Lakes Region General Hospital Nathan Brody Chemical Dependency Program (Intensive Outpatient Program) Highland Street Laconia, NH Phone: Fax: GRAFTON COUNTY WEST LEBANON Habit Management Inc.) (Outpatient Methadone Detoxification and Maintenance) 10 Interchange Drive West Lebanon, NH Phone: HILLSBORO COUNTY HUDSON Merrimack River Medical Association (Outpatient Methadone Detoxification and Maintenance) 323 Derry Road Hudson, NH Phone: Fax: HILLSBORO COUNTY (cont.) MANCHESTER Harmony 88 McGregor Street Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: Habit Management, Inc. (Outpatient Methadone Detoxification and Maintenance) 1415 Elm Street, Lower Level Manchester, NH Phone: Manchester Metro Treatment Center 5A Driving Park Road Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: ROCKINGHAM COUNTY HAMPSTEAD Hampstead Hospital 218 East Road Hampstead, NH Phone: Fax: March 2005 Page 11 of 41

15 ROCKINGHAM COUNTY(cont.) PORTSMOUTH Portsmouth Pavilion 343 Borthwick Avenue Portsmouth, NH Phone: Fax: STRAFFORD COUNTY SOMERSWORTH Merrimack River Medical Services (Outpatient Methadone Detoxification and Maintenance) 200 Route 108 Somersworth, NH Phone: Fax: March 2005 Page 12 of 41

16 Impaired Driver Intervention Programs Impaired Driver Intervention programs are designed for individuals with substance abuse related driving convictions. There are three types of programs: First Offender Programs Phase II Programs for the Repeat First Offender; and The Multiple Offender Program for Second or Subsequent Offenders. Note: If you are not sure which program you belong in, you can call the IDIP Coordinator at to get further information or request a brochure. First Offender Programs There are two different programs for true first offenders: The Impaired Driver Intervention Program (IDIP); and The Weekend Impaired Driver Intervention Program (WIDIP). If you have been convicted of a DWI first offense and have had no other DWI convictions in this or any other state in the last ten years, you are considered a first offender and belong in either IDIP or WIDIP. Both programs are twenty (20) hours long and consist of the following: A one-hour intake interview; 18 hours of alcohol and other drug education classes; A final assessment by a licensed alcohol and drug counselor; and Possible aftercare recommendations that must be followed before your driver's license can be restored. The Impaired Driver Intervention programs (IDIP) generally consist of seven classes scheduled on weekday evenings or Saturdays, plus two individual sessions. The fee is currently $460 but is subject to change without notice. The Weekend Impaired Driver Intervention Program (WIDIP) is an accelerated version of the IDIP program that runs from Friday afternoon until late Sunday afternoon and includes two overnight stays. The fee is currently $585, which includes the cost of room and board, but is subject to change without notice. March 2005 Page 13 of 41

17 Phase II Programs For the Repeat First Offender If you have been convicted of more than one DWI first offense in any state in the last ten years, regardless of the reason, you are NOT considered a first offender and must complete the Phase II Program. You may attend either the Phase II Program at the Multiple Offender Program in Laconia, NH, or the Phase II Program in your catchment area. The Phase II Program consists of the following: An intensive seven day/six night residential program; Alcohol and other drug education, group interaction and self-assessment; An evaluation by a licensed alcohol & drug counselor; and Possible after care recommendations that must be followed before your license can be restored. The fee is $1550 but is subject to change without notice. Programs expect payment in full upon entrance, but it is possible to arrange a payment plan. Your license cannot be restored until payment is made in full. Multiple Offender Program (MOP) For Second or Subsequent Offenders If you have been convicted of a second (or subsequent) offense in the last ten years, you will receive at minimum a 10-day sentence from the court. The first three days will be served at a Department of Corrections facility (county jail). This portion generally begins on Tuesday. On Friday you will be transported from the jail to the Multiple DWI Offender Intervention Detention Center Program in Laconia, NH, for the next seven days. You will be released the following Friday morning, and must arrange for your own transportation home (unless you have additional jail time to serve). If you are given aftercare recommendations, you must follow them before your license can be restored. The content of the Multiple Offender Program is the same as outlined for Phase II, except one evening is set aside specifically for family education and discussion. The fee is $1550 but is subject to change without notice. Payment in full is due upon entry to the program, unless you arrange a payment plan with the Office of Reimbursements upon entrance. March 2005 Page 14 of 41

18 Providing Agencies Amethyst Foundation (Alcohol Awareness Program) Website: 120 Hedding Road Epping, NH Phone: Fax: Provides: IDIP, WIDIP & PHASE II Community Alcohol Information Program (CAIP) 119 North Main Street Boscawen, NH PO Box 8507 Penacook, NH Phone: Fax: Provides: IDIP Court Referral Program 103 Roxbury Street, Suite 206 Keene, NH Phone: Fax: PROVIDES: IDIP Multiple Offender Program (MOP) NH Division of Public Health Services Bureau of Community Health Services PO Box 720 Laconia, NH Phone: Fax: Provides: Phase II & MOP NCA - Greater Manchester Area (R.E.A.P.) PO Box 1477 Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: Provides: IDIP & Phase II Southeastern NH Alcohol & Drug Abuse Services 272 County Farm Road Dover, NH Phone: ext. 221 Fax: Provides: IDIP Tri-County Community Action Program PO Box 659 Berlin, NH Phone: Fax: Provides: IDIP, WIDIP & Phase II March 2005 Page 15 of 41

19 Prevention Services Prevention programs are proactive programs designed to prevent the use of alcohol and other drugs. They are available at the local level and often at no cost to participants. Prevention programs are typically designed either for the general population or for those identified to be at higher risk to use and abuse drugs, alcohol or tobacco. Statewide Resources Association for Student Assistance Professionals (ASAP-NH) Phone: Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) Phone: Employee Assistance Association PO Box 1032 Bedford, NH Phone: NH National Guard 4 Pembroke Road Concord, NH Phone: NH Division of Community and Public Health Concord, NH Phone: NH Teen Institute (Peer Leadership Training) PO Box 951 Concord, NH Phone: Fax: Partnership for A Drug Free NH, (Member of the Partnership for A Drug Free America) Concord, NH Phone: Fax: Plustime NH (Statewide After School Programs) 160 Dover Road, Suite 1 Chichester, NH Phone: March 2005 Page 16 of 41

20 Local/Regional Services BELKNAP COUNTY LACONIA Horizons Counseling Center (FAST Program in Memorial Middle School) 25 Country Club Road, Suite 705 Gilford, NH Phone: Fax: CARROLL COUNTY CONWAY Carroll County Mental Health and Disability Services (Project Alert at Kennett Junior High School) 25 West Main Street Conway, NH Phone: Conway Recreation Department Teen Center (After School Program) PO Box 70 Conway, NH Phone: MOULTONBOROUGH Carroll County Mental Health and Disability Services ( Choices program for sixth graders) 25 West Main Street Conway, NH Phone: CHESHIRE COUNTY KEENE City of Keene Youth Services Department 3 Washington Street Keene, NH Phone: KEENE AND OTHER SITES Phoenix Houses of New England (Self Assessment Saturdays) 106 Roxbury Street Keene, NH Phone: Fax: COOS COUNTY COLEBROOK Colebrook Area Schools SAU #7 (Student Assistance Program*) 3 Academy Street Colebrook, NH Phone: ( Above phone # only during school year) Phone: March 2005 Page 17 of 41

21 COOS COUNTY (cont.) GROVETON Northumberland School District SAU #58 (Student Assistance Program*) 38 State Street Groveton, NH Phone: GORHAM Gorham School District (Student Assistance Program*) 113 Main Street Gorham, NH Phone: WHITEFIELD White Mountains Regional High School SAU #36 (Student Assistance Program*) Route 3 Whitefield, NH Phone: GRAFTON COUNTY CANAAN Jobs for New Hampshire s Graduates (Lions Quest Program in Mascoma Valley High School) 100 Middle Street Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: GRAFTON COUNTY (con t.) LINCOLN ADAPT: Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Tools (After School, Student Assistance and Summer Programs) PO Box 599 Lincoln, NH Phone: LINWOOD Communities for Alcohol and Drug Free Youth (CADY) (Student Assistance Program in Linwood Public High School) 85 Main Street Plymouth, NH Phone: Fax: LITTLETON Alliance for Community Supports (Project RENEW for adolescents) Contact Information 340 Commercial Street Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: Littleton School District SAU #35 (Student Assistance Program*) 105 School Street Littleton, NH Phone: March 2005 Page 18 of 41

22 HILLSBORO COUNTY GOFFSTOWN Crispin s House (CHASE After school experience) PO Box 411 Goffstown, NH Phone: Fax: HOLLIS Hollis/Brookline School District SAU #41 (Student Assistance Program*) PO Box 1588 Hollis, NH Phone: MANCHESTER Boy Scouts of America Daniel Webster Council John Rainville, Director 571 Holt Street Manchester, NH Phone: Makin It Happen 27 Lowell Street, Suite 404 Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: Manchester YMCA Youth Programs (After School Alternative Program and Truancy Alternative Program) 30 Mechanic Street Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: HILLSBORO COUNTY (cont.) Manchester YWCA (Non-competitive Sports Program for Girls) 72 Concord Street Manchester, NH Phone: YMCA Teens 72 Concord Street Manchester, NH Phone: NASHUA The Youth Council 112 Pearl Street Nashua, NH Phone: Fax: PETERBOROUGH Creating Positive Change PO Box 441 Peterborough, NH Phone: MERRIMACK COUNTY CONCORD Project Second Start (Student Assistance Program) 450 North State Street Concord, NH Phone: March 2005 Page 19 of 41

23 MERRIMACK COUNTY (cont.) CONCORD AND KEARSARGE AREA Child and Family Services Merrimack Coalition (Programs in Rundlett Middle School and in Kearsarge Regional High School out-ofschool programs in Concord and Kearsarge Areas) 99 Hanover Street Manchester, NH Phone: , Ext. 142 Fax: PENACOOK Jobs for New Hampshire s Graduates (Lions Quest Program in Merrimack Valley High School) 100 Middle Street Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: PITTSFIELD Pittsfield Youth Workshop 2 Depot Street Pittsfield, NH Phone: ROCKINGHAM COUNTY DERRY Upper Room, Family Resource Center 36 Tsienneto Road Box 1017 Derry, NH Phone: ROCKINGHAM COUNTY (cont.) EXETER New Outlook Teen Center PO Box Front Street Exeter, NH GREENLAND Community Diversion Program (Court diversion program providing prevention and early intervention services to youth and families>) 440 Portsmouth Avenue Greenland, NH Phone: Fax: PLAISTOW The Sad Café 148 Plaistow Road Plaistow, NH Phone: Fax: PORTSMOUTH Alliance for Community Supports, Inc. (Programs for homeless families and at-risk youth.) 340 Commercial Street Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: Seacoast Mental Health New Heights 100 Campus Drive Portsmouth, NH Phone: March 2005 Page 20 of 41

24 ROCKINGHAM COUNTY (cont.) REAP Lucille Karatzas, Elder Services 1145 Sagamore Ave. Portsmouth, NH Phone: STATEWIDE NH Alliance of Boys and Girls Clubs (SMART MOVES and other prevention programs and activities) c/o Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua 47 Grand Avenue Nashua, NH Phone: Fax: STRAFFORD COUNTY DOVER Dover Police Department (Multi-Service Prevention Project) 46 Locust Street Dover, NH Phone: HUB Family Support Center 23 Atkinson Street Dover, NH Phone: DOVER/DURHAM Oyster River Community for Healthy Youth ( Prevention and Intervention Programs at Oyster River School District and UNH c/o Oyster River Cooperative School District 36 Coe Drive Durham, NH Phone: Fax: SULLIVAN COUNTY CLAREMONT/NEWPORT (SAPs in Stevens High School and Newport Middle and High Schools) 14 Main Street Newport, NH Phone: Fax: *Student Assistance Programs (SAP) provide school-based services similar to Employee Assistance Programs. SAPs provide educational and referral resources and/or short term counseling to students. Services are limited to non-medical assessments, individuals, group, or family counseling, and after-school programs or activities. March 2005 Page 21 of 41

25 Community-Based Substance Abuse Prevention Coalitions The goal of community based coalitions is to raise awareness that youth substance abuse prevention is a priority health concern, and to work collaboratively within communities to establish comprehensive substance abuse prevention programs. CHESHIRE COUNTY KEENE Monadnock Action Network with Youth 3 Washington Street Keene, NH Phone: Fax: COOS COUNTY LITTLETON Coos County Coalition for Substance Abuse Prevention 116 Mt. Eustis Road Littleton, NH Phone: Fax: GRAFTON COUNTY PLYMOUTH Communities for Alcohol- and Drug- Free Youth (CADY) 85 Main Street Plymouth, NH Phone: Fax: HILLSBORO COUNTY MANCHESTER Alliance For Community Supports 250 Commercial Street, Suite 4017 Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: Greater Manchester Prevention Coalition c/o Makin It Happen 27 Lowell Street Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: NASHUA Mayor's Task Force on Youth 112 West Pearl Street Nashua, NH Phone: / Fax: PETERBOROUGH Creating Positive Change PO Box 441 Peterborough, NH Phone: Fax: March 2005 Page 22 of 41

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