“We have established the statewide crisis line in the hope that it will aid in connecting people with available resources in their moment of crisis,” said Commissioner Meyers. “The crisis line, as well as other new prevention, treatment and recovery resources, will make a difference in New Hampshire.” Governor Maggie Hassan
Individuals calling the New Hampshire Statewide Addiction Crisis Line will be able to receive at any time of day or night advice and referrals to appropriate services. The Addiction Crisis Line is operated by Keystone Hall with federal funding through a contract with the DHHS Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services.
The Statewide Addiction Crisis Line can be used as a resource to treatment professionals, recovery support services, prevention professionals, first responders, hospitals, social workers, therapists, clinics, schools, advocacy groups, homeless shelters, nonprofits, and religious organizations and civic organizations throughout New Hampshire.
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