OPIOID CRISIS

After a few-years hiatus, the Concord Police Department will return an undercover officer to the New Hampshire Drug Task Force this summer.An...

A former Pembroke Academy dean convicted of felony drug charges in early 2018 violated her probation several months later by continuing to abuse...

A woman accused of selling heroin to a Concord father just hours before he fatally overdosed in a hotel room has been released from jail after the...

As 13 lawyers representing pharmaceutical companies walked into Concord Superior Court Judge Diane Nicolosi’s courtroom on Dec. 11, 2015, she noted...

Here’s a breakdown of substance abuse-related contracts approved by former Gov. Maggie Hassan and the New Hampshire Executive Council in 2016. The...

In spring, the news broke that Rekha Luther, the assistant dean at Pembroke Academy, was arrested on charges she had heroin and steroids in her...

Three minutes.That’s the window of time overdose victims have before their brain starts to die.  “Everything will eventually die, but the brain is...

New Hampshire will soon receive a new infusion of federal money to help fight the state’s opioid crisis.The U.S. Senate overwhelmingly passed the...

About 5 million fewer doses of the most addictive pain killers like oxycodone and hydrocodone were prescribed in New Hampshire in 2016 compared to...

The New Hampshire Attorney General’s office has joined 41 other state attorneys general in filing a lawsuit against the makers of Suboxone, a...

United States Surgeon General Vivek Murthy released a new national report on addiction on Thursday calling for more resources for substance misuse...

Twenty years ago, when someone seeking mental health treatment in New Hampshire went to get help, the person doing intake often asked whether they...

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