At Dartmouth-Hitchcock and Dartmouth College
- Region I leadership, Delivery System Reform Incentive Program (DSRIP)
Region I Integrated Delivery Network addressing mental health and substance use in the Medicaid population. The state of NH has received an 1115 Medicaid waiver to address mental health and substance use specific to the Medicaid population throughout the state. Dartmouth-Hitchcock is providing leadership for one of the seven regions of the state.
- Northeast Node of the National Drug Abuse Clinical Trials Network
A research partnership in which the National Institute on Drug Abuse, researchers, and community-based providers develop, evaluate, and disseminate new prevention and treatment options for substance use disorders in community-based medical settings.
- Center for Technology and Behavioral Health
Focused on the development, evaluation, and implementation of technology-based therapeutic tools targeting behavioral health and health behavior.
In the Upper Valley community
- All Together
ALL Together is the Substance Misuse Prevention and Continuum of Care workgroup of the Public Health Network of the Upper Valley (NH and VT) and is also nationally recognized as a Drug Free Communities Coalition.
- Hartford Community Coalition
In the state of New Hampshire
The prevention of alcohol and other drug misuse is a high priority in New Hampshire, with many partners, stakeholders, and investors supporting community-based efforts to prevent substance misuse. The New Hampshire Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services is the state’s leader in many of these efforts and manages funding from the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Block Grant to support prevention, early intervention, treatment and recovery support services.
- Governor’s Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention, Treatment, and Recovery
- New Hampshire Regional Public Health Networks
The goal of the New Hampshire Regional Public Health Networks (RPHN) is for all New Hampshire residents to be healthy and safe. There are 13 regional public health networks to serve all NH communities, each with staff that includes a substance use prevention coordinator and a continuum of care coordinator aimed at addressing substance use challenges.
- New Futures
New Futures is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that advocates, educates and collaborates to prevent and reduce alcohol and other drug problems in New Hampshire. New Futures envisions a state and local communities where public policies support prevention, treatments and recovery oriented efforts to reduce substance misuse problems.
- Partnership for a Drug-Free NH
The mission is to create and promote consistent statewide messages about the problems and solutions of substance misuse in New Hampshire through engagement of partners, members and champions.
- Screen and Intervene, NH Youth SBIRT Initiative
This initiative focuses on the implementation of SBIRT in primary care throughout New Hampshire as an effective prevention, intervention and public health strategy.
- NH Center for Excellence
The Center for Excellence provides technical assistance, disseminates data and information, and promotes knowledge transfer to support the effectiveness of communities, practitioners, policymakers, and other stakeholders working to reduce alcohol and other drug misuse and related consequences in New Hampshire.
- NH Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services
The Conceptual Framework for Services Delivery (PDF) provides key tenets for the specialty alcohol and other drug service delivery system and describes how these services connect to mainstream health and social services.
- NH Bureau of Behavioral Health
- National Alliance on Mental Illness NH
- New Hampshire Opioid Prescribing Resources (New Hampshire Medical Society)
- Therapeutic Cannabis / Medical Marijuana Resources (New Hampshire Medical Society)
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