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How money related to substance abuse was spent in 2016

  • The logo for the Hope Recovery Center is branded on 85. S. State St. sign.


Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Here’s a breakdown of substance abuse-related contracts approved by former Gov. Maggie Hassan and the New Hampshire Executive Council in 2016. The contracts are a mix of state and federal funds, and private donations.

$12,032,600 to Goodwin Community Health in Somersworth and Tri-County CAP in Berlin for rate increases for workforce.

$11,451,100 to multiple vendors for treatment services.

$4,180,800 to various vendors for treatment infrastructure.

$1,800,000 to the Foundation for Health Communities in Concord for office-based opiate treatment.

$1,500,000 to Harbor Homes Inc. in Nashua    for peer recovery supports services.

$1,200,000 to Granite Pathways c/o Fedcap in Concord for Regional Access Point services.

$1,125,000 to Bi State Primary Care Association in Bow for medication-assisted treatment.

$870,000 to Bi State Primary Care Association in Bow for workforce development plan/recruitment.

$724,578 to multiple vendors for student assistance programming.

$516,848 to Juvenile Court Diversion Network Inc. in Concord for juvenile court diversion services for kids 17 and younger.

$500,000 to the Greater Nashua Council on Alcoholism for substance use disorder services and recovery housing for pregnant women.

$500,000 to multiple vendors for peer recovery supports services.

$499,207 to Families in Transition in Manchester for substance use disorder services and recovery housing for pregnant, low-income women.

$489,500 to Goodwin Community Health in Somersworth for treatment services.

$482,119 to Hope on Haven Hill in Rochester for funds to open treatment center.

$450,000 to JSI Research & Training Institute Inc., d/b/a Community Health Institute in Bow for public education and awareness.

$324,997 to NH drug courts (unspecified) for drug court expansion.

$262,940 to multiple vendors for student assistance programming.

$211,500 to Southwestern Community Services in Keene for Regional Access Point - Monadnock.

$197,945 to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence/Greater Manchester in Manchester for a regional access point.

$184,375, NH Governor's Office for Governor's Advisor.

$180,000.00 to the Milton School District for student assistance programming.

$138,542 to Helping Hands Ministries Inc. in Manchester for respite care services in support of safe stations program.

$137,750 for Juvenile Court Diversion Network Inc. in Concord.    

$133,150 to New Futures in Concord    for advocacy, prevention.

$100,000 to Hope for NH Recovery in Manchester for "bridge funding" for recovery support services.

$92,000 to Tri-County Community Action Program in Berlin, Friendship House pre-development planning for treatment facility.

$91,375 to NH Governor's Office for Governor's advisor (continuation through 2017).

$40,000 to CADY Inc. in Plymouth for youth prevention programming.

$34,419.50 to the NH Dept of Safety, Division of Fire Standards and Training, Emergency Medical Services in Concord for naloxone training.

$12,825 from Adapt Pharma Ltd., for naloxone training for NH schools (private donation from Adapt to the state).

$10,000 to the NH State Liquor Commission in Concord for youth access surveillance program for tobacco products.