Manchester’s public health director says based on last year’s numbers, the city’s drug problem is still serious but efforts to address it are working.Read More
New Hampshire’s alcohol fund, which takes a small portion of state liquor sale revenues and puts it towards substance abuse prevention and treatment, has only been fully funded once since it was created in 2000.
But one Keene lawmaker wants to change that.Read More
Following promises made during the campaign, Republicans are taking steps to repeal the Affordable Care Act. What will replace the health care law, and which provisions will be spared, is still very much a question in Washington. In New Hampshire, that’s causing unease for many in the substance abuse treatment community.Read More