Members of The Partnership are dedicated to strengthening statewide efforts to help individuals, communities, and organizations to prevent the misuse of harmful substances and support those NH residents who might be experiencing challenges with substance misuse.

New Hampshire Partners

New Hampshire Regional Public Health Networks

Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services (BDAS)

New Hampshire Charitable Foundation (NHCF)

The Center for Excellence on Addiction (The Center) – The Center 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.
Center for Excellence on Addiction

UNH Cooperative Extension – The UNH Cooperative Extension is actively leading and collaborating with statewide partners on implementation of the NH Opioid Prevention Project, funded by a SAMHSA Rural Opioid Technical Assistance grant. The project focuses on expanding training, educational resources, and technical assistance on opioid prevention for healthcare providers, community partners, older adults, parents, and youth.

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NH Juvenile Court Diversion Network – A statewide non-profit organization created to promote and support community-based alternatives to the formal court process that integrate restorative justice practices, promote positive youth development, and reduce juvenile crime and recidivism. To learn more, contact Alissa Cannon.

New Hampshire Juvenile Court Diversion - Turning over a new leaf

The Upper Room – The Upper Room is a Family Resource Center. To learn more, contact Beth O’Connell.

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NH Alcohol & Other Drug Service Providers Association – Representing substance use service providers across the continuum of care, the mission of the NH Providers Association is to represent its members in advancing substance use prevention, treatment and recovery through public policy, leadership, professional development, and quality member services. We envision a New Hampshire with an all-encompassing continuum of care that successfully addresses the public health impacts of substance use. To learn more, contact

The NH Providers Association - Representing Alcohol & Other Drug Service Providers in New Hampshire
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