Partners in Community Wellness: Resources

Regional Resource Guide

  • Guide to be be updated soon: The Winnipesaukee Region  Resource Guide is comprised of local and statewide services and resources that are available across the continuum of care.  This guide includes services and resources in Prevention, Treatment and Recovery.  It was developed by the Partnership for Public Health with support from the Partners in Community Wellness Team, a workgroup of the Winnipesaukee Public Health Council.  The information provided in this guide is for informational purposes only.  It is not an endorsement of any organization or the services they offer.  While we make every effort to keep the information up to date, we make no representations or warranties of any kind, expressed or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability of any of the organizations or providers listed.


  • Alcohol and Drug Prevention and Treatment Services Resource Guide: 
    The new Treatment Resource Guide provides a listing of state-funded
    Treatment Resource Guide
    alcohol and drug abuse treatment programs and other resources related to alcohol and other drugs. Additional resource guides providing resources for Prevention, Crisis Services, and Recovery will be available later in the winter of 2016.
  • Anyone. Anytime. Campaign:
    In response to the opioid crisis in New Hampshire, the state has created the Anyone. Anytime. Campaign to educate the public and professionals about addiction, emergency overdose medication and accessibility to support services for those experiencing opioid addiction. This campaign is designed to help anyone affected by this crisis including: people experiencing addiction; parents, family and friends of those experiencing addiction; and health care, safety, and other system staff working with people who may be experiencing addiction.
  • Check the Stats Campaign:

    This campaign aims to let parents and caregivers know that there is a very real problem with drugs & alcohol in NH, especially among our young people.  Most importantly, the campaign also directs parents to some useful resources on how they can help prevent and/or intervene to protect their children.
  • Community Anti-Drug Coalition of America (CADCA) Institute: 
    A vehicle for coalition training, technical assistance, evaluation, research and capacity
    building to strengthen the capacity of community coalitions to create and maintain safe, healthy and drug-free communities.

  • Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services (BDAS

    To significantly reduce alcohol and other drug misuse and its social, health, and behavioral consequences for the citizens of New Hampshire through public policy and resource development, education, and by supporting initiatives that ensure the delivery of effective and coordinated prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery support services.
  • Drug Free NH
    A website for individuals, families and communities for information on prevention efforts, effects of alcohol and other drugs, guidance on recovery and treatment and links to programs in the Granite State...and more.
  • New Futures

    A nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that advocates, educates and collaborates to prevent and reduce alcohol and other drug problems in New Hampshire.
  • NH Alcohol and Drug Treatment Locator

    To find alcohol or drug treatment services.
  • NH Providers Association

    The mission of The NH Alcohol and Other Drug Service Providers Association (The NH Providers Association) is to advocate, facilitate and enhance communication with funders, policy makers and the public to support the members’ efforts to offer high quality substance abuse prevention, treatment, intervention, and recovery support services for the citizens of New Hampshire
  • NH Tobacco Helpline

    Trained counselors are FREE for anyone in NH
    1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669)
  • NIDA for Teens:
    FREE lesson plans, activity guides, videos, and other resources for educators-NIDA teaching guides
  • Partnership for a Drug Free America
    Bringing together renowned scientists, parent experts and communications professionals translating the science of teen drug use and addiction for families with information, tools and opportunities to help prevent and get help for drug and alcohol abuse by teens and young adults.
  • Project Alert:

    An evidence-based, FREE, substance abuse prevention curriculum for Grades 7 & 8.  All materials (lessons plans, videos, etc) are online and easily downloadable.
  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
    Provides leadership and devotes its resources-programs, policies, information and data, contracts and grants-toward helping the Nation improve the quality and availability of substance abuse prevention, alcohol and drug addiction treatment, and mental health services.
  • Substance Free Workplace

    Our mission is to increase the profitability of businesses by establishing comprehensive Substance Free Workplace programs. In order for these programs to be effective, they must be preventative, practical and employee centered. We believe that a Substance Free Workplace benefits both the business and its employees. The business benefits from increased productivity and profitability while fulfilling its obligation to protect employee and client safety. The employees benefit from a safe and compassionate workplace that prioritizes their health and well-being. We believe that by establishing substance free workplaces, we can reduce substance abuse in the community. We recognize that businesses are an influential part of any community and an underutilized resource in substance abuse prevention.


Franklin Youth Initiative-Alcohol PSA

Franklin Youth Initiative-Marijuana PSA


NH Suicide PSA

For more information, Kelley Gaspa, Director for Substance Use Disorder Systems Integration, at (603) 528-2145 or

The links on this page are provided solely as a convenience and for informational purposes only.  Partners in Community Wellness does not necessarily endorse any organization or adopt the views of any site that a user may reach from this point.  Partners in Prevention does not maintain any of the sites to which there are links and is not responsible for failed links or for any changes in any site's subject matter from its topic at the time the link was posted.

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