(WMUR, April 18) In January of this year, New Hampshire launched nine opioid crisis center hubs across the state using $45 million in federal money.
At the hubs (also called Doorways) members of the community can come in and ask questions before getting assessed by professionals and being referred.
"Many are looking to start treatment," Christine Spring, director off the DHMS Department of Psychiatry told WMUR. "Many are looking for detox services. There are housing questions."
Those interested in these services can call 211 anonymously to be connected. Read more.