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1 RESOURCE GUIDE NH Department of Health and Human Services Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services HTU Call or (toll-free in NH)

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 join individuals, families and communities in reducing alcohol and other drug problems thereby increasing opportunities for citizens to achieve health and independence.

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Treatment... 4 Residential Treatment... 7 Short Term... 7 Long Term, Extended Care... 8 Halfway Houses & Transitional Living... 8 Peer Recovery Support & Recovery Organizations... 9 Impaired Driver Care Management Programs Driving Offenses Approved Impaired Driver Care Management Programs (IDCMP) Access to Recovery (ATR) Step Recovery Programs Veteran s Resources Sober Housing Oxford Houses Opiate Treatment Programs (Methadone & Buprenorphine) Treatment and Physician Locators Private Treatment Facilities Hepatitis C, STD and HIV Counseling & Testing Facilities Prevention Services Statewide Resources Regional Public Health Networks Regional Public Health Networks Map New Hampshire s Drug Free Community Coalitions New Hampshire Regional Resource Kiosks Other Related Resources 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 Sinda Robinson at or H with any new information. Thank you Resource Guide

4 Outpatient & Intensive Outpatient Treatment Outpatient Treatment Services are provided in individual and group counseling sessions in a non-residential setting. Average duration of services is approximately 90 days or less. Intensive Outpatient Treatment Services are conducted in an outpatient setting for a minimum of 3 hours of direct client treatment services per day, utilizing both group and individual formats for a minimum of three days a week. The intensive phase of treatment typically occurs for 4-6 weeks, with less intense services following. BERLIN Northern Human Services (Outpatient) 3 Twelfth Street Berlin, NH Phone: Fax: COLEBROOK Northern Human Services (Outpatient) 55 Colby Street Colebrook, NH Phone: Fax: CONCORD Concord Hospital The Fresh Start Program (Intensive Outpatient 18 years and older and Outpatient Services.) 250 Pleasant Street, Suite 5400 Concord, NH Phone: ext Fax: CONWAY Northern Human Services (Outpatient) 25 West Main Street Conway, NH Phone: Fax: Northern Human Services (Administrative Offices) 87 Washington Street Conway, NH Phone: Fax: U DOVER Southeastern NH Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services (Dover) (Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Services.) 272 County Farm Road Dover, NH Crisis Center: Main: Fax: U GILFORD Horizons Counseling Center (Intensive Outpatient 18 years and older and Outpatient Services.) 25 Country Club Road Suite #705 Gilford, NH Phone: Fax: Nathan Brody Program at Horizons (Intensive Outpatient Program) Village West Building 7 25 Country Club Road Suite #607 Gilford, NH Phone: Fax: Resource Guide

5 GROVETON Northern Human Services (Outpatient) 31 Brooklyn Street Groveton, NH Phone: Fax: KEENE Monadnock Substance Abuse Services, Inc. (Outpatient) 64 Main Street Keene, NH Phone: Fax: U LEBANON Headrest (Outpatient) 12 Church Street PO Box 247 Lebanon, NH Hotline: or Phone: Fax: LITTLETON Northern Human Services White Mountain Mental Health (Outpatient) PO Box Maple Street Littleton, NH Phone: Fax: MANCHESTER Child and Family Services Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment Program (ASAT) (Intensive Outpatient Services for Adolescents.) 404 Chestnut Street Manchester, NH Phone: or Fax: Families in Transition (Provides services for parenting women including pregnant women, intensive outpatient services; housing and comprehensive social services.) 122 Market Street Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: Manchester Alcoholism and Rehabilitation Center Farnum Outpatient Services (Intensive Outpatient 18 years and older and Outpatient Services.) 140 Queen City Avenue Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester (Outpatient Adolescent and Families.) 1228 Elm Street, 2nd Floor Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: NASHUA Greater Nashua Council on Alcoholism Keystone Hall (Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Services for Adults, Adolescents and Their Families.) 615 Amherst Street Nashua, NH Phone: Fax: The Youth Council (Outpatient for Adolescents and Families.) 112 W. Pearl Street Nashua, NH Phone: Fax: Resource Guide

6 NORTH HAVERILL Grafton County Dept. of Corrections (Treatment for Inmates Only.) 3865 Dartmouth College Highway North Haverhill, NH Phone: PLYMOUTH Horizons Counseling Center (Outpatient) Whole Village Resource Center 258 Highland Street Plymouth, NH Phone: Fax: PORTSMOUTH Families First of the Greater Seacoast (Pregnant and Parenting Women, Primary Care Setting, Outpatient.) 100 Campus Drive, Suite 12 Portsmouth, NH Phone: Fax: WOLFEBORO Northern Human Services (Outpatient) 70 Bay Street Wolfeboro, NH Phone: Fax: WOODSVILLE Northern Human Services White Mountain Mental Health (Outpatient) 27 Central Street Woodsville, NH Phone: Fax: Same Resource Guide

7 Residential Treatment: Short-Term Short-term residential treatment also referred to as Clinically Managed Medium Intensity Residential Treatment (CMMIRT) is designed to assist individuals who require a more intensive level of service in a structured setting and/or individuals that may be homeless. Admission is on a voluntary basis. Although length of stay is determined by clinical indicators, average length of stay is expected to be approximately 28 days or less. BETHLEHEM Tri-County Community Action Program Friendship House Box Main Street Bethlehem, NH Phone: Fax: DOVER Southeastern New Hampshire Services 272 County Farm Road Dover, NH Crisis Center: Main: Fax: DUBLIN Phoenix Houses of New England Phoenix Academy (Children under 18) 3 Pierce Road Dublin, NH Phone: Fax: Phoenix Houses of New England Dublin Center (Adults) 1 Pierce Road Dublin, NH Phone: Fax: FRANKLIN Phoenix Houses of New England Franklin Center 14 Holy Cross Road Franklin, NH Phone: Fax: KEENE Phoenix Houses of New England Keene Center 106 Roxbury Street Keene, NH Phone: Fax: MANCHESTER Manchester Alcoholism Rehabilitation Center The Farnum Center (Including Co-Occurring Disorders No Transitional Living Services) 235 Hanover Street Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: NASHUA Greater Nashua Council on Alcoholism Keystone Hall 615 Amherst Street Nashua, NH Phone: Fax: Resource Guide

8 Residential Treatment: Long Term Treatment Services Long-term, extended care residential treatment services, also referred to as Clinically Managed High Intensity Residential Treatment (CMHIRT), is limited to pregnant and parenting women and their children. NASHUA Cynthia Day Family Center (Keystone Hall) 615 Amhearst Street Nashua, NH Phone: Fax: Residential Treatment: Halfway Houses & Transitional Living Residential substance abuse treatment services, also referred to as Clinically Managed Low Intensity Residential Treatment (CMLIRT), are designed to support individuals in the early stages of recovery that need this residential level of care and/or are homeless. The goal of these programs is to prepare clients to become self-sufficient in the community. Average length of stay is expected to be approximately 90 days or less. Residents typically work in the community and may pay a portion of their room and board. BETHLEHEM Tri-County Community Action Program Friendship House Box Main Street Bethlehem, 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: DUBLIN Phoenix Houses of New England Phoenix Academy (Children under 18) 3 Pierce Road Dublin, NH Phone: Fax: Phoenix Houses of New England Dublin Center (Adults) 1 Pierce Road Box 354 Dublin, NH Phone: Fax: Resource Guide

9 FRANKLIN Phoenix Houses of New England Franklin Center 14 Holy Cross Road Franklin, NH Phone: Fax: KEENE Phoenix Houses of New England Keene Center 106 Roxbury Street Keene, NH Phone: Fax: MANCHESTER Tirrell House (Men) 15 Brook Street Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: Serenity Place 101 Manchester Street Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: NASHUA Greater Nashua Council on Alcoholism Keystone Hall Transitional Living Center 615 Amherst Street Nashua, NH Phone: Fax: Peer Recovery Support & Recovery Organizations Peer Recovery Support Services support an individual s recovery plan that prevents relapse and enhance or remove barriers to recovery. Recovery Support Services include, but are not limited to, guidance in financial management, parenting, vocational training, life management and spiritual counseling as well as transportation and child-care. Derry Friendship Center, Inc. 45 East Broadway Derry, NH Phone: The Avery Center 126 Pillsbury Road Londonderry, NH Phone: (603) Resource Guide

10 Impaired Driver Care Management Programs Prior to January 1, 2013 If you were convicted of an impaired driving offense prior to 01/01/2013 AND attended a former IDIP/WIDIP, Phase II or MOP Program, AND had an Exit Interview with a LADC at that time, AND have established requirements for counseling, the old statute and rule applies and you should complete your counseling with a NH LADC. Please contact the program you attended for further information and assistance. NOTE: EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2013: As a result of a change in statute to increase public safety, individuals convicted of an impaired driving offense are now required to attend and participate in a New Hampshire approved Impaired Driver Care Management Program (IDCMP) for a screening and/or an evaluation to determine if there is a substance use disorder and to participate in treatment, education and/or recovery support services per their service plan (when indicated) within a shorter span than previously required. First Offense An individual convicted of an impaired driving offense must complete an intake and screening at a New Hampshire approved IDCMP within 14 days of conviction. If the screening is negative, the individual will be required to complete an approved 20 hour Impaired Driver Education Program (IDEP) or a Weekend Impaired Driver Education Program (WIDEP). If the screening is positive, the individual will be required to complete a full substance use disorder evaluation within 30 days of conviction. If the evaluation is positive, the IDCMP will create a service plan, which may include treatment, education and/or recovery support services. Non-compliance with any of the above will result in a full license revocation time period and the driving privileges will not be restored until the individual has successfully completed an IDCMP. Aggravated, Second or Subsequent Offense When an individual is convicted of an aggravated, second, or subsequent offense in the last ten years, they will receive a minimum 5-day sentence in the County House of Correction (HOC) from the court. Any additional portion (depending on the level of offense) of the HOC time is suspended to encourage individuals to participate in the program, which can be imposed by the courts if individuals are non-compliant with any of the requirements. The individual is required to schedule a full substance use disorder evaluation within 30 days and complete the evaluation within 60 days of the release from the HOC with an IDCMP. All aggravated, second and subsequent offenders will have a service plan, which may include treatment, education and/or recovery support services. Non-compliance with any of the above will result in a full license revocation time period, full HOC time imposed and the driving privileges will not be restored until the individual has successfully completed an IDCMP. Resource Guide

11 For information on the Impaired Driver Care Management Program (IDCMP) please call For information on the former Multiple Offender Program (MOP) please call NH Approved Impaired Driver Care Management Programs (IDCMP) Amethyst Foundation H120 Hedding Road Epping, NH Phone: All IDCMP services at Epping (Main Office) and Claremont, Portsmouth and Salem satellite sites. Offers evaluations at their Manchester satellite site by appointment Chrysalis Recovery Center 90 Airport Rd Concord NH Phone: Satellite sites in Concord, Franklin, Laconia, and Moultonboro Community Alcohol Information Program (CAIP) 179 N. Main Street Boscawen, NH Phone: All IDCMP services at Boscawen (Main Office) and Keene, Laconia and Nashua satellite sites. Community Improvement Associates 170 Emerald St., Ste. 203 Keene, NH Phone: All IDCMP services at their Keene Main Office. Serenity Place (R.E.A.P.) 101 Manchester Street Manchester, NH Phone: All IDCMP services at their Manchester Office. Offers educational classes at their Derry satellite site. Southeastern NH Alcohol & Drug Abuse Services 272 County Farm Road Dover, NH Phone: All IDCMP services at their Dover main office. Tri-County Community Action Program 2957 Main Street Bethlehem, NH Phone: All IDCMP services at Bethlehem (Main Office) and North Conway and Tamworth satellite sites. Offers screenings and evaluations at their Woodsville satellite site. Resource Guide

12 Access to Recovery (ATR) ATR services the folloring target populations: 1) Offenders reentering NH communities from state correctional facilities, 2) DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) offenders, 3) Military personnel in any phase of the deployment cycle, and their adult family members, and all NH National Guard, members, and 4) clients completing treatment at a BDAS provider facility. POPULATION Clients enrolled in the Probation and Parole Offices (PPO) in Concord, Exeter, Manchester, and Nashua. Members of the NH National Guard (NHNG) and their adult family members. Military personnel from Operation Enduring Freedom or Operation Iraq Freedom, in any phase of the deployment cycle, and their adult family members. Clients completing treatment at a contracted BDAS provider facility. Clients completing a New Hampshire Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) program (IDIP) after April 1, 2012 * Clients completing a New Hampshire Multiple Offender Program (MOP) after June 2, * Former Laconia MOP clients. * CONTACT The Case Manager at your PPO. NHNG Prevention and Treatment Outreach Program office: Deployment Cycle Support Program: The BDAS program you completed. The IDCMP program you completed. The MOP program you completed. Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services (BDAS) Clinical Service Unit (CSU): Eligible clients entered into ATR can access services that include clinical services consisting of outpatient and/or intensive outpatient counseling, recovery support services that include peer recovery coaching and recovery mentoring, and other life skill services like vocational services, parenting, and budgeting (more services may be available). * Note to clients who may be mandated into services: While ATR can help pay for some services you may need to fulfill counseling and/or legal requirements, it is not designed to, and may not, pay for the entirety of your requirements. ATR can offer initial help in accessing those services while you organize and activate other supports to meet any counseling or legal requirements, as well as offering an opportunity for you to access other services in support of your recovery. Resource Guide

13 H 12-Step Recovery Programs Alcoholics Anonymous Information: New Hampshire Statewide Hotline: Eastern Massachusetts Central Service: Maine: Vermont: New Hampshire Assembly Service Office: Fax: Hooksett Road Hooksett, NH Website: Al-Anon/Alateen: (Toll Free) PO Box 132: Concord, NH HThttp:// Celebrate Recovery (A 12 Step Christian Recovery) Meets Thursday at 7 pm at Manchester Christian Church 1307 Wellington Road Manchester, NH Nar-Anon, Cocaine Anonymous: Or ext PO Box 3751 Manchester, NH Narcotics Anonymous (NA) 24-Hour Help and Information: Or Correspondence by Mail: PO Box 5171 Manchester, NH H Granite State Area Narcotics Anonymous 12 Step Fellowship of Narcotics Anonymous Resource Guide

14 Veteran s Resources NEW HAMPSHIRE Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF)/Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) Transition Program The Manchester, New Hampshire VA has established a dedicated team to meet the needs and concerns of OEF/OIF Veterans returning from combat theater. The OEF/OIF transition Program is available to help you deal with barriers and obstacles you and your family may face by providing support, education, resources and other services to help you meet and overcome these challenges. If appropriate, Case Management Services will be available for OEF/OIF combat Veterans. OEF/OIF Program Manager David Simpson, MSW, LGSW Office: Ext OEF/OIF Transitional Patient Advocate Orelia Hayden OEF/OIF Program Assistant Adam J. Talbot Healthcare for Homeless Veterans (HCHV) Program Help for housing/homeless issues through the Manchester VA Medical Center Lisa Jacobus, MSW Homeless Coordinator Phone: Ext Substance Use Disorder Treatment VA Medical Center 718 Smyth Road Manchester, NH Coordinator Substance Abuse Services Licensed Clinical Psychologist Caroline Hatala, Psy.D Phone: Ext Fax: Veteran Readjustment Counseling Servs. 103 Liberty Street Manchester, NH Phone: NH National Guard Information Line choose prompt #1 Other Veteran s Resources Military One Source Military One Source is provided by the Dept. of Defense at no coast to active duty, Guard and Reserve (regardless of activation status) and their families. It is a virtual extension of installation services. Phone: Joint Support Services The NGB J1 as the principal personnel advisor to CNGB, is responsible for providing the policies, resources and training to ensure consistent human resources programs that shape and enhance NGB and Joint Force Headquarters strategic initiatives, personnel readiness, operational capabilities, and the sustainability of the National Guard community Resource Guide

15 Sober Housing The following programs provide sober housing. They are funded through private donations and other sources. MANCHESTER (cont.) DERRY Robinson House Granite House Southern NH Services 35 West Broadway (Subsidized single apartments for men in sober Derry, NH environment) Phone: Manchester Street Office: Manchester, NH Phone: FRANKLIN Webster Place Recovery Center Holy Cross Road PO Box 9 Franklin, NH Phone: LACONIA Riverbank House 96 Church Street Laconia, NH Phone: MANCHESTER Helping Hands Outreach Center 50 Lowell Street Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: New Life Center New England Ministries PO Box 148 Manchester, NH Phone: NASHUA Marguerite s Place (Transitional living for women and children) 89 Palm Street Nashua, NH Phone: Fax: Mary s Place (Transitional living for women) 123 West Pearl Street Nashua, NH Phone: NORTHFIELD Newfound Recovery, LLC & Cornerstone Women s House 23 Elm Street Northfield, NH Phone: Phoenix House Cornerstone (Adult Men) 23 Elm Street Northfield, NH Phone: PLYMOUTH Plymouth House 446 Main Street Plymouth, NH Phone: or Resource Guide

16 Oxford Houses Oxford House is a concept in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. In its simplest form, an Oxford House describes a democratically run, self-supporting and drug free home. Parallel to this concept lies the organizational structure of Oxford House, Inc. The Oxford House is a supported, non-profit 501(c) 3 corporation is the umbrella organization which provides the network connecting all Oxford Houses and allocates resources to duplicate the Oxford House concept where needs arise. MANCHESTER (Men) 133 Riddle Street, Floor 2 Manchester, NH Beds 6 Phone: For information on Oxford Houses please visit their website: Instructions How to Apply To apply a person must be in recovery from alcoholism and/or drug addiction. A recovering individual must complete a standard Application for Membership and be interviewed by the residents of the house he or she want to live in. Hints for acceptance include: (a) show sincerely about recovery; (b) emphasize regular attendance at 12-Step meetings; (c) explain how you can pay the equal share of expenses collected by the group on either a weekly or monthly basis and the move-in sobriety deposit (usually equal to the equal share of expenses and (d) be absolutely honest on the application and in the interview. If you are turned down at one house, evaluate your posture and apply again. There is no stigma or penalty applied by a rejection; it is merely the judgment of the residents as to inviting you into their home. When you are a resident, you will be called upon to make similar decisions about new applicants. Resource Guide

17 New Hampshire Opiate Treatment Programs (Methadone) The following opiate treatment programs provide methadone maintenance therapy for individuals who are addicted to heroin, morphine, and other opioid drugs. Several, where indicated, also provide buprenorphine treatment for opiate addiction. The State does not provide funding for methadone treatment programs, but does have regulatory oversight of them, and neither funds nor regulates buprenorphine treatment providers. CONCORD Concord Metro 100 Hall Street Concord, NH Phone: Fax: [NOTE: Concord Metro also provides buprenorphine treatment for opiate addiction.] HUDSON Merrimack River Medical Services 323 Derry Road Hudson, NH Phone: Fax: [NOTE: Merrimack River Medical Services also provides buprenorphine treatment for opiate addiction.] MANCHESTER Habit Opco, Inc. 20 Market Street Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: [NOTE: Habit Opco also provides buprenorphine treatment for opiate addiction.] MetroTreatment of NH 5 A Driving Park Road Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: NEWINGTON Merrimack River Medical Services 177 Shattuck Way Newington, NH Phone: Fax: SOMERSWORTH Merrimack River Medical Services 200 Route 108 Somersworth, NH Phone: Fax: [NOTE: Merrimack River Medical Services also provides buprenorphine treatment for opiate addiction.] WEST LEBANON Habit Opco, Inc. 254 Plainfield Road West Lebanon, NH Phone: Fax: [NOTE: Habit Opco also provides buprenorphine treatment for opiate addiction.] WEST SWANZEY/KEENE MetroTreatment of NH 1076 Old W. Swanzey Road W. Swanzey, NH Phone: Resource Guide

18 Other Treatment-Related Resources Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Locator The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) in the US Department of Health and Human Services, provides an on-line resource for locating drug and alcohol abuse treatment programs. It lists private and public facilities that are licensed, certified, or otherwise approved for inclusion by their State substance abuse agency. It also lists treatment facilities administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Indian Health Service and the Department of Defense. The Web address for this resource is: SAMHSA s Referral Helplines For additional advice, you can call one of the Referral Helplines operated by SAMHSA s Center for Substance Abuse Treatment: HELP (Español) Buprenorphine Physician and Treatment Program Locator Resource SAMHSA s Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) also provides an on-line locator service to help people find a physician or treatment program that can prescribe buprenorphine (Suboxone and Subutex ) for treatment of opioid addiction. Go to the following Web address and click on New Hampshire: H Please note that the Drug Addiction Treatment Act of 2000 limits physicians or physician group practices to prescribing buprenorphine for opioid addiction to a maximum of 30 patients at one time. Because of this, some physicians listed on the locator site may not be accepting new patients at this time. If you are unable to find a physician within your area that is accepting new patients, please check the site later, as new physicians are added weekly. Information about Buprenorphine Treatment The National Alliance of Advocates for Buprenorphine Treatment (NAABT) is a non-profit organization with the mission to: Educate the public about the disease of opioid addiction and the buprenorphine treatment option. Help reduce the stigma and discrimination associated with patients with addiction disorders. Serve as a conduit connecting patients in need of treatment to qualified treatment providers. The Web address for NAABT is: and the phone number is: Resource Guide

19 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. Fees vary from place to place. Some of the facilities will accept reimbursement from major insurance carriers. HAMPSTEAD Hampstead Hospital 218 East Road Hampstead, NH Phone: Fax: MANCHESTER Easter Seals New Hampshire (Adolescent co-occurring program day Residential Program) 200 Zachary Road Manchester, NH Phone: Admissions Donna Keefe (Easter Seals also offer Intensive Outpatient Programs in Manchester, Londonderry and Concord.) Westbridge Community Services Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Outpatient Program (Residential program for men 18 and older (1 to 12 month). Treatment for cooccurring psychiatric & substance use disorders) Elm St. Suite 207 Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: NASHUA Greater Nashua Mental Health Center (LADC evaluations, individual therapy, interventions, intensive outpatient, family program, aftercare counseling, dual diagnosis treatment, outpatient detoxification and medication assisted therapy-suboxone and Vivitrol) 440 Amherst Street Nashua, NH Phone: Ext PORTSMOUTH Portsmouth Pavilion 343 Borthwick Avenue Portsmouth, NH Phone: Fax: Resource Guide

20 New Hampshire Hepatitis C, STD and HIV Counseling and Testing Resources All of the agencies listed below offer Hepatitis C, STD and HIV services except Lebanon, which offers only HIV services. All STD/HIV clinics offer a sliding fee scale, and no individual will be denied services because of his or her inability to pay. You will need to call individual clinics to find out what hours they are open and what payment schedules they offer. In addition general information about HIV/AIDS is available from the following hotline: NEW HAMPSHIRE AIDS HOTLINE AIDS (2437) toll free in NH COUNSELING AND TESTING SITES BERLIN Coos County Family Health Services 133 Pleasant Street Berlin, NH Phone: Fax: H CLAREMONT Planned Parenthood of Northern New England 241 Elm Street Claremont, NH Phone: Fax: H CONCORD Capital Region Family Health Center 250 Pleasant Street PO Box 797 Concord, NH Phone: CONWAY White Mountain Community Health Center 298 White Mountain Highway Conway, NH Phone: Fax: Resource Guide

21 FRANKLIN Franklin Family Planning 841 Central Street Franklin, NH Phone: Fax: (Call before faxing) GREENLAND Feminist Health Center 559 Portsmouth Avenue Box 546 Greenland, NH Phone: Fax: KEENE Planned Parenthood 9 Middle Street Keene, NH Phone: Fax: H LACONIA Laconia Family Planning 121 Belmont Road Laconia, NH Phone: Fax: LANCASTER Weeks Medical Center 170 Middle Street Lancaster, NH Phone: H LEBANON Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center 1 Medical Center Drive Lebanon, NH Phone: Fax: LITTLETON Ammonoosuc Community Health Services 25 Mt. Eustis Road Littleton, NH Phone: Fax: MANCHESTER Manchester Health Department 1528 Elm Street Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: H NASHUA Nashua Area Health Center Teen-to-Teen Clinic 20 Elm Street Nashua, NH Phone: Nashua Public Health Department 18 Mulberry Street Nashua, NH Phone: Fax: Nashua Area Health Center (Teen-to-Teen Clinic) 10 Prospect Street #102 Nashua, NH Phone: OSSIPEE Ossipee Family Planning 127 Route 28 Ossipee, NH Phone: Resource Guide

22 PLYMOUTH Plymouth Family Planning Whole Village Family Resource Center 258 Highland Street Plymouth, NH Phone: Fax: WEST LEBANON West Lebanon Planned Parenthood of Northern New England 89 South Main Street West Lebanon, NH Phone: WHITEFIELD Whitefield Family Health 50 Kings Square Whitefield, NH Phone: Fax: WOODSVILLE Woodsville Family Health Center 40 Railroad Street Woodsville, NH Phone: All the agencies listed below offer STD testing and treatment services and HIV/HCV counseling and testing services. A fee scale for those clients who do not meet criteria for nocost testing is also available at all sites. Please contact the agency directly to learn more about cost, services and appointment availability. GREENLAND The Joan G. Lovering Health Center 559 Portsmouth Avenue Box 546 Greenland, NH Phone: Fax: MANCHESTER Manchester Health Department 1528 Elm Street Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: NASHUA Nashua Public Health Department 18 Mulberry Street Nashua, NH Phone: Fax: Resource Guide

23 Prevention Services Comprehensive prevention approaches are 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 Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) Phone: Enforcement of Underage Drinking Laws NH Dept. of Justice 33 Capitol Street Concord, NH Phone: Fax: NH Alcohol & Other Drug Service Providers Association 28 South Main Street, #3D Concord, NH Phone: NH Center for Excellence 501 South Street 2 nd Floor Bow, NH Phone: NH National Guard 4 Pembroke Road Concord, NH Phone: NH Teen Institute (Peer Leadership Training) 112 West Pearl Street Nashua, NH Phone: Fax: NH Tobacco Helpline (Try to Stop. We can Help) QUIT-NOW) Text QUITNOW to Partnership for A DrugFree NH 105 Pleasant Street Concord, NH Phone: or , press 2 Fax: Plustime NH (Statewide After School Programs) 160 Dover Road, Suite 1 Chichester, NH Phone: Prevention Certification Board of New Hampshire PO Box 1088 Manchester, NH Phone: nhpreventcert.org H Seacoast Mental Health Center (Referral, Education Assistance and Prevention [REAP] program for elders) 1145 Sagamore Avenue Portsmouth, NH Phone: Fax: Resource Guide

24 Regional Public Health Networks If you are not sure which Regional Network serves your area please call, , press 4 or REGION 1 North Country Health Consortium 262 Cottage Street, Suite 230 PO Box 348 Littleton, NH Coordinator: Bob Thompson Phone: Ext. 244 REGION 2 Mary Hitchcock Memorial Center 1 Medical Center Dr. Lebanon, NH Coordinator: Alta Romain Dartmouth-Hitchcock 18 Old Etna Road REGION 3 Mid-State Health Center 101 Boulder Point Dr., Suite 1 Plymouth, NH Coordinator: Deb Naro 94 Highland Street Plymouth, NH Phone: REGION 4 Carroll County Coalition for Public Health 1230 Rte. 16, Suite 3 Ossipee, NH Coordinator: Jennifer Selfridge Phone: REGION 5 Sullivan County 14 Main Street Newport, NH Coordinator: Liz Henning Phone: REGION 6 Lakes Region Partnership for Public Health 67 Water Street, Suite 105 Laconia, NH Plymouth, NH Coordinator: Traci Fowler Phone: Ext REGION 7 Cheshire County 33 West Street Keene, NH Coordinator: Polly Morris Monadnock Voices for Prevention 105 Castle Street Keene, NH Phone: Ext. 125 REGION 8 Granite United Way 46 South Main Street Concord, NH Coordinator: Shannon Bresaw Phone: Ext. 228 REGION 9 Goodwin Community Health 311 Rte/108 Somersworth, NH Coordinator: Melissa Silvey Phone: Resource Guide

25 REGION 10 Manchester Health Department 1528 Elm Street Manchester, NH Coordinator: Mary Forsythe Taber Makin It Happen 407 Hooksett Rd., #207 Manchester, NH Phone: REGION 11 Nashua Division of Public Health and Community Services 18 Mulberry St. Nashua, NH Coordinator: VACANT Contact: Patty Crooker Phone: REGION 12 Town of Derry 14 Manning St. Derry, NH Coordinator: Pam Santa Fe Phone: REGION 13 Town of Exeter 20 Court Street Exeter, NH Coordinator: Sandi Coyle Seacoast United Way 112 Corporate Drive Portsmouth, NH Phone: Resource Guide

26 Regional Public Health Networks North Country Regional Network New Map in Lakes Region Mount Lower Washington Grafton Valley Regional County Network Regional Process. Network Sullivan County Regional Network Capital Area Regional Network Southeastern Regional Network Monadnock Regional Network Greater Nashua Regional Network Greater Manchester Regional Network Greater Rockingham County Regional Network Resource Guide

27 New Hampshire s Drug Free Community Coalitions Bridgett Taylor Communities United for Substance Abuse Prevention 23 Main Street Newport, NH Phone: Janet Valuk Nashua Prevention Coalition 36 Riverside Street Nashua, NH Phone: Mary Drew Monadnock Alcohol and Drug Abuse Coalition PO Box Main Street Keene, NH Phone: Patrice Strifert Hinsdale Community Coalition 49 School Street Hinsdale, NH Phone: Jeremy Miller Access/Winchester School District 85 Parker Street Winchester, NH Phone: Tom Prentice Merrimack Safeguard 36 McElwain Street Merrimack, NH Phone: Sue Centner Community Alliance for Teen Safety 1 Hood Road Derry, NH Phone: Vicki Hebert Dover Coalition for Youth 46 Locust Street Dover, NH Phone: Celeste Clark Raymond Coalition for Youth 4 Epping Street Raymond, NH Phone: Ext. 125 Franklin Mayors Drug Task Force 316 Central Street Franklin, NH Phone: Graham Griffin Rochester Community Coalition for Alcohol and Drug Prevention PO Box 321 Rochester, NH Phone: Resource Guide

28 New Hampshire Regional Resource Kiosks These Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug Resource Kiosks are an initiative of the NH DHHS Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services, and are intended to provide educational material to the general public around alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use, prevention, and treatment. They have been located strategically around New Hampshire to reach the most number of people in each geographic area. Please feel free to visit at the following locations: Ammonoosuc Community Health Services 25 Mount Eustis Road Littleton, NH Carter Community Building Association (CCBA) 1 Taylor Street Lebanon, NH Health First Family Care Center 841 Central Street Franklin, NH Manchester Public Library 405 Pine Street Manchester, NH Memorial Hospital 3073 White Mountain Highway North Conway, NH Merrimack YMCA 6 Henry Clay Drive Merrimack, NH Newport Health Center 11 John Stark Highway Newport, NH Seabrook Library 25 Liberty Lane Seabrook, NH Southeastern Regional Network 311 Route 108 Somersworth, NH Resource Guide

29 Other Related Resources The following agencies within the state of New Hampshire are committed to bringing substance abuse advocacy, education, information, and support to the citizens of this state. D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) State Police Headquarters 33 Hazen Drive Concord, NH Phone: D.A.R.E. is a police officer-led series of classroom lessons that teaches children from kindergarten through 12th grade how to resist peer pressure and live productive drug and violence-free lives. Derry Friendship Center, Inc. 45 East Broadway Derry, NH Phone: Community Outreach Prevention Seminars; Drop in Center for AOD Prevention and Treatment locator; NH RADAR Affiliate Peer Support Recovery Groups; Membership Association with recreation and AOD- Free Lifestyle Activities. DrugFree New Hampshire A website designed to help individuals, families and communities to get informed, get involved and get help with the effects of alcohol and other drugs, guidance on recovery and treatment and links to programs in the Granite State. Family Mediation & Juvenile Services 16 Academy Avenue Atkinson, NH Phone: Fax: Family Mediation & Juvenile Services of Southern Rockingham County is dedicated to providing quality resources to youth and families in order to reduce delinquency and out-of-home placements, and to empower them as individuals, family members, and citizens of the community. Governor's Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention, Intervention, and Treatment 105 Pleasant Street, 3 rd FL North Concord, NH Fax: Half Moon Sober Festival, Inc. PO Box #521 Derry, NH Fax: HNew England based, non-profit tax-exempt corporation with offices throughout New Hampshire and Massachusetts that has, as its primary purpose is to provide an affordable alcohol and drug free environment in which individuals and families can come together to learn and grow. to an annual four-day multi-cultural camping experience. Mothers Against Drunk Driving (M.A.D.D.) 123 Goffe Street Manchester, NH Phone: (National website) New Futures 10 Ferry Street, Suite 307 Concord, NH Phone: Fax: Resource Guide

30 NH Alcohol, Tobacco & Other Drug Clearinghouse and Lending Library 105 Pleasant Street, 3 rd FL North Concord, NH Phone: , press #2 Fax: Provides alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse prevention and treatment educational materials and the lending of videos, books and curriculum. It is open Monday through Thursday from 9 am to 4 pm. Please call beforehand to view materials. NH Board of Licensing for Alcohol and Other Drug Use Professionals 105 Pleasant Street Main Building, 3 rd FL North Concord, NH Phone: NH Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services 105 Pleasant Street, 3 rd FL North Concord, NH Phone: Fax: NH Department of Corrections 105 Pleasant Street Concord, NH Phone: NH Department of Education 101 Pleasant Street Concord, NH Alcohol and Drug Education Phone: Safety and Driver Education Phone: NH Division of Public Health Services Tobacco Prevention and Control Program 29 Hazen Drive Concord, NH Phone: Reducing the smoking rates of New Hampshire residents, through the use of evidence-based, prevention and intervention strategies, is a public health priority in New Hampshire. The Program's primary goals are to: prevent NH youth from beginning to use tobacco; eliminate exposure to secondhand smoke; promote quitting tobacco among users; and prioritize efforts to reach those most affected by tobacco NH Inhalant Abuse On-Line Training for Adults Partnership for a DrugFree NH 105 Pleasant Street Concord, NH Phone: or , Press 2 The Partnership s mission is to convey consistent, universal, effective messaging to help prevent the misuse of alcohol and other drugs in New Hampshire and increase awareness that treatment can work, and recovery is possible, through a collaboration of coalitions, networks, groups, organizations, and agencies. Upper Valley Substance Abuse Foundation PO Box North Main Street White River Junction, VT Phone: Drop-in center for recovering alcoholics and addicts, substance abuse education, peer support, etc. NH Department of Health and Human Services Public Information Office 129 Pleasant Street Concord, NH Phone: ext Resource Guide

31 Website Information The following websites provide additional information and resources on alcohol and drug abuse prevention, treatment and recovery. Alcohol Screening Helps individuals assess their own alcohol consumption patterns. Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids The Campaign is fighting to free America's youth from tobacco and to create a healthier environment. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) The CDC is the lead federal agency for protecting the health and safety of people at home and abroad, providing credible information to enhance health decisions, and promoting health through strong partnerships. Center for Mental Health Services mentalhealth.samhsa.gov/ Provides information and resources on prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation services for mental illness. Also includes: programs, links and campaigns for kids. Check Yourself A place for teens to check out where they are with drugs and alcohol. College Drinking Prevention This website is a one-stop resource for comprehensive research-based information on issues related to alcohol abuse and binge drinking in college students. Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA) CADCA is the premier membership organization of over 5,000 anti-drug coalitions, each working to make their community safe, healthy and drug-free, one community at a time. Great resource for community coalitions. Coolspot The young teens place for information on alcohol and resisting peer pressure. DrugfreeNH A website designed to help individuals, families, and communities to get informed, get involved and get help! You will find information on prevention efforts, effects of alcohol and other drugs, guidance on recovery and treatment and links to programs in the Granite State... and more. Drug Screening Offers a self-screening tool to help assess drug and alcohol use and risk level. Faces and Voices of Recovery Faces & Voices of Recovery is committed to organizing and mobilizing the millions of Americans in long-term recovery from alcohol and other drug addiction FirstGov U.S. Government website that provides the public with easy, one-stop access to all federal government on-line information and services. This website provides a single online information portal that connects Americans with information and resources from all 27 million federal web pages. One of the largest and most useful collections of web pages in the world. Resource Guide

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