Upcoming and Recent News and Events

This page includes upcoming and recent news and events related to substance use and mental health.

See upcoming NHADACA training events from October 11, 2022 through May 12, 2023

Read about past news and events

ECHO - Effective Strategies for Supervising Mental Health Peer Specialists

September 28, 2022, through April 12, 2023

Register here

Keeping Students Safe: ECHO Cohort 2 (Virtual)

October 18 through December 13, 2022
3:30 to 4:30 pm

Register here

NH Recovery Houses - How to Determine the Best Fit

November 15, 2022

This training will decipher the New Hampshire Coalition for Recovery Residences (NHCORR) website, assist participants in classifying clients and discerning the best fit recovery residences for a particular person, and use real-life examples in which these resources are and have been used.

Does Your Adult Drug Treatment Court Need a Tune-up?

November 15, 2022

This operational tune-up training challenges seasoned court teams to self-assess and provides assistance in taking corrective steps to improve policy, practice, and outcomes.

2022 NHADACA Annual Meeting

November 18, 2022

The NH Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors Association will meet for its annual membership and business meeting. Association business will include updates and exciting changes within NHADACA, introductions to our new staff, professional and community recognition awards and board of director election results. Following the business meeting, there will be an educational opportunity focused on working with people who use stimulants.

The Impact of Opioid Use and Opioid Poisoning on the Brain

December 1, 2022

This 6-hour training will provide an overview of how opioid use changes the brain and affects behavior, as well as a brain injury resulting from opioid poisoning.

NH Behavioral Health Summit

December 5 through 6, 2022

This annual Summit brings together non-profit leaders, healthcare providers, clinical staff, licensed professionals and public policy advocates in the mental health and substance use disorder community to share public policy goals, obtain training through professional development sessions and network.