Advocacy materials are available for posting and circulation:
- Carfentanil warning – poster 1 (PDF)
- Carfentanil warning – poster 2 (PDF)
- Five Signs REACT poster (PDF)
- Five Signs REACT rack card (PDF)
National Alliance on Mental Illness New Hampshire Provides education, support, and advocacy for people with serious mental illness and their families.
New Futures Envisions state and local communities where public policies support prevention, treatments, and recovery-oriented efforts to reduce substance misuse problems. New Futures is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that advocates, educates, and collaborates to prevent and reduce alcohol and other drug problems in New Hampshire.
New Hampshire Center for Excellence Brings data, tools, technical assistance to improving care in New Hampshire. Click here for their Addiction Round Up newsletter.
NH Governor’s Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention, Treatment and Recovery Commission dedicated to alcohol and drug abuse prevention, treatment, and recovery. The Expanding our Response, (2019-2021) report is also available.
New Hampshire Legislature: Includes tools related to current legislation and ways to find or contact your state representative or senator:
New Hampshire Regional Public Health Networks: A network of 13 community-based, regional organizations dedicated to advocacy and action on public health, including behavioral health.
Partnership for a Drug-Free NH: Mission is to create and promote consistent statewide messages about the problems and solutions of substance misuse in NH.
Upper Valley All Together: A substance misuse prevention and advocacy partnership dedicated to reducing alcohol and drug-related harm.
National Alliance for Mental Illness: The nation's largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
The National Council for Behavioral Health State associations of addiction services.
Stop the Stigma: Focused on education dedicated to tackling the stigma of addiction.