Have you noticed that the number of training events we offer have increased? In 2017 Carrie McFadden, our Training Director, and her team DOUBLED the number of events we have traditionally offered! We will continue offering as many training events as possible to meet the needs of substance use treatment, prevention and recovery providers. We support you in gaining and maintaining substance use credentials as well as the most current and effective practices in addressing substance use. Your membership and donations help us bring this training to you!
When you get your renewal letter in the mail, please consider making a donation to NHADACA, or donate online today. Every dollar raised helps us make New Hampshire healthier through providing accessible training, peer support, and leadership.
Did you know?
One recipient of our scholarship programs is a recovery coach volunteer, working at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center’s Addiction Treatment Program. She learned about caring for substance exposed infants, which she described as essential for her work with pregnant and new mothers who misuse opiates. Another recipient is on SSDI and unemployed. She is applying credit from her attendance at “Creating Connections that Count” toward her Special Education Teacher recertification.
Upcoming National Webinar: Strategies for Enhancing SUD Treatment Workforce Skills (June 28, 2017) As part of CMS’s Medicaid Innovation Accelerator Program (IAP) Reducing Substance Use Disorders (SUD) program area, we are sharing what we have learned from working with states on SUD delivery system reform through our national learning webinars. We … Continue reading →
Thank you for supporting us on New Hampshire Gives day! In one day, we raised $1,450 from 23 donors to support its work to empower efforts in prevention, treatment and recovery, putting us in the top 40 fundraisers. Every dollar raised helps make our substance use workforce stronger by assisting … Continue reading →
Today from 6 pm-6 pm Wednesday, June 7, you can help support NHADACA with a donation at New Hampshire Gives. Every donation we receive will help increase New Hampshire’s capacity for more effective substance use prevention, treatment and recovery supports. Give at the New Hampshire Gives website now! Thank you … Continue reading →
Sign up to support NHADACA from 6 pm, June 6 to 6 pm June 7 as a partner in New Hampshire Gives. Click the “Fundraise” button at our New Hampshire Gives page and you can sign up to help us meet this year’s $2,000 fundraising goal. Even if you can’t … Continue reading →
Join us at NHADACA for our second annual fun night of cribbage! Doors open at 5:30 pm with play to begin at 6 pm; $20 per person to play, groups of 4 can play for $60. The event is limited to 40 participants; registration is encouraged. To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org … Continue reading →
Proper Use and Display of Credentials Those letters displayed after your name on your business card, websites, email signature, reports, clinical records and other documents to which you sign your name, serve a significant purpose. They indicate to the reader that you have a level of education and/or a qualification … Continue reading →
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FOR PROVIDERS: As part of their ongoing coverage of opioid issues in New Hampshire, NHPR is looking to connect with providers who can speak to some of the complexities around treatment and recovery services in the state. If you’re a doctor, a therapist, a recovery professional or play any other … Continue reading →