NH DHHS - Governors Commission on Alcohol and Other Drugs to Release 5-Year State Strategy to Reduce Substance Use in NH

Concord, NH – The Governors Commission on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse

Prevention, Intervention and Treatment will release its new 5-year strategy

to reduce substance use in New Hampshire on Friday, February 22nd in the

Lobby of the Legislative Office Building in Concord, New Hampshire. The new

State strategy, required by law, sets targets to reduce rates of reported

substance use, as well as increase the number of New Hampshire citizens

seeking substance use disorders treatment who end up receiving care. It

calls for a comprehensive response at the state, regional and local level,

including increased investment in substance use prevention, treatment and

recovery support services.

Speakers include: Attorney General Michael Delaney, Associate Commissioner

of Health and Human Services Nancy Rollins, Richard Ober from the New

Hampshire Charitable Foundation and representatives from the General Court.

DATE            February 22, 2013 11:30 AM

EVENT      Release of 5-Year Strategy to Reduce Substance Use in NH

LOCATION Legislative Office Building, Concord, NH