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ABUSE

Doorways branch triples after change-up

11/26/20

In May, Catholic Medical Center and Southern New Hampshire Health took over the Doorway programs, through which people suffering from substance use...

Each day at noon, roughly 45 people gather in the parking lot of Hope for New Hampshire Recovery in Manchester. In the evening, there are about 75...

The “grandchild in jail” scheme, “the pigeon drop” trick, the gift-card scam and the fictitious love interest who suddenly falls on hard times and...

Doug Griffin’s view on the opioid epidemic has shifted since he lost his daughter, Courtney, to a fentanyl overdose three years ago at the age of...

While officials examine evidence they believe proves a woman abused dozens of Great Danes and operated an illegal business in her Wolfeboro mansion...

The state attorney general’s office has closed its investigation into Hope for New Hampshire Recovery after finding that allegations of...

Needle exchanges are expected to become legal in just a few weeks, making New Hampshire the last state in New England to let drug users turn in...

New Hampshire is proud of its liquor stores. In a letter attached to the 2016 annual state Liquor Commission financial report, former governor...

My beloved daughter died of a heroin overdose. I have now joined a growing number of other parents, siblings, loved ones and friends who are...

The state has reversed course and will award funding to local organizations that treat pregnant and parenting women with drug addiction.The...

A new state report confirms what advocates have long suspected – that private insurance companies paid drug treatment providers substantially less...

More than 15 years ago, state health officials warned that New Hampshire’s struggle with alcohol and drug addiction far outpaced available...

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