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Information to help educate communities, organizations, and professionals about the harm and risks associated with alcohol and other drug misuse and about the availability and effectiveness of treatment and recovery supports.

BDAS has released an Issue Brief about New Hampshire’s Substance Use Disorder Treatment System Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol. This Issue Brief is part of an ongoing series intended to provide evidence-based information to communities, organizations, and professionals about the harm and risks associated with alcohol and other drug misuse and availability of treatment and recovery supports.

Past Issue Briefs

Issue briefs are produced and disseminated by the New Hampshire Health and Human Services’ Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services, New Hampshire Center for Excellence and the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. Issue briefs share information from the state plan, Collective Action - Collective Impact: NH's Strategy for Reducing the Misuse of Alcohol and Other Drugs and Promoting Recovery Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol.

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