“Working together to reduce the problems
and create solutions on substance misuse in our region.”
Greater Nashua Regional Public Health Network's mission is to engage members of our communities in a coordinated effort to promote behaviors that measurably improve the health and well-being of our youth and young adults, with a focus on alcohol, tobacco, and other drug prevention.>
What We Do:
Engage people from education, businesses, local government, medical, safety, and anyone interested to participate in addressing substance misuse.
Work with substance misuse, behavioral health, and primary health providers to develop a continuum of care that includes prevention, early identification and intervention, treatment and recovery support services.
Mobilize the community to help reduce substance misuse among youth, young adults and across the lifespan with evidence-based prevention strategies like:
- PhotoVoice Project
- DEA Take Back Days
- Lock-it-Up Campaign
- Prevention at Home
- Permanent drop boxes
- Patrolman Resource cards
- Increase use of Youth Court Diversion
- Increase participation in Prescription monitoring program
- Promote a Peer-to-Peer programs in Middle and High School
- Host community education events
- Develop resource guide for parents
How You Can Get Involved:
We seek participation by individuals, organizations, businesses, schools, legal system representatives, youth and young adults may participate in workgroups, initiatives, planning processes or just getting on the mailing list for information. A representative from the Network will be available to meet with anyone interested in learning more and becoming involved.
Amherst, Brookline, Hollis, Hudson, Litchfield, Lyndeborough, Mason, Merrimack, Milford, Mont Vernon, Nashua, Pelham and Wilton