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The Resources and Development Unit provides information and access to alcohol and other drug (AOD) service resources to individuals and communities. We seek to improve quality and accessibility to services by supporting workforce, program, and systems development around the cycle of AOD care (Prevention, Intervention, Treatment, and Recovery Support Services).

  • In an effort for full transparency, BDAS releases regular reports that outline its strategic vision, fiscal prudence, and data-driven approach across the continuum of care. Visit the bureau’s data page to read current Drug Monitoring Initiative reports, Synar reports, and more.
  • Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug Clearinghouse and Lending Library - Informational resources on alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs; such as brochures, fact sheets, teaching and audio/visual tools.
  • Trainings and Conferences - Training and professional development opportunities on topics related to alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.

NH Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Information and Resources

  • Anyone. Anytime. Campaign
    The Anyone. Anytime. Campaign was designed to educate the public and professionals about addiction, emergency overdose medication and accessibility to support services for those experiencing opioid addiction.
  • NH Treatment Locator
    This website directory will help you, a friend, a family member, or a healthcare provider locate available services for alcohol and other drug treatment. Although addiction is a challenging health issue, treatment is available and recovery is possible!
  • NH Resource Guides for Prevention and Treatment Services
    These guides provide listings of state-funded alcohol and substance misuse prevention, treatment and recovery resources.
  • Drugfree NH
    A New Hampshire Web site designed to help individuals, families, and communities to get informed, get involved and get help! You will find information on prevention efforts, effects of alcohol and other drugs, guidance on recovery and treatment, and links to programs in the Granite State.
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