Factsheets spotlighting the concerns, trends and issues on various substances for providers, parents and the public.

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Today Is for Me.

It’s my health and today I’m choosing to be alcohol and marijuana free.
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The Doorway

You are not alone. And you’re never far from help.

How to Get Help

For You

You are not alone. And help is available. New Hampshire has a strong community of services and supports for anyone looking for help for themselves or a loved-one.

For Schools

Schools are the home away from home for our children.  There are resources to help New Hampshire’s public school systems provide alcohol, tobacco, and other drug education and prevention. 

For Families

Information on adolescent and young adult alcohol and other drug use, how to talk to your children about alcohol and other drug use and how to keep them safe, and where to find help.

For Health Care Professionals

You support your patients’ health and safety. The Partnership has resources to help you identify patients who may be struggling with substance use and how to help them.

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The Partnership

About The Partnership

The Partnership envisions a New Hampshire where individuals have the information and skills they need to make and support positive, healthy decisions around the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. Learn more >>

Join The Partnership

Join the Partnership and work with other organizations to reach even more NH residents. Learn more >>

Take Action

Prevention in Your Community

From small, everyday actions to attending an event, to joining (or starting!) a coalition, you can help prevent substance misuse and help those in recovery stay in recovery. Learn more >>

Training & Technical Assistance

Are you looking for more information for you, your colleagues, coalition, or workgroup around preventing substance misuse? Learn more >>

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