As licensed addiction professionals, NH statute identify NAADAC Code of Ethics as our “go-to” for ethical decision making.
Today, more than ever, the complex nature of treating co-occurring substance misuse and mental health disorders combined with
increased workloads in this landscape here in NH demand prudent and practical risk management strategies not only for the care
of our clients and the public, but, also for ourselves as the care provider. Check out how NAADAC Code of ethics define important
elements of “Self Care” per III-18 Self Monitoring, III-41, 42 Impairment.
Learn more about recent updates to the NAADAC Code of Ethics and how these principles provide us with a structure
notable changes will be reviewed in this FREE 2-part Webinar series
3-4pm Wed. 1/25 & 3-4pm Wed. 2/22
- new format is more user friendly
- new section VI related to e-therapy and social media
Please click here to view the States updated report on the Opiate/Opiod Crisis in NH. … Continue reading →
By Dave Andreesen email@example.com Posted Apr 25, 2016 at 9:10 PM Updated at 9:11 PM LEE — The New Hampshire Senate will decide the fate of a controversial proposal to decriminalize the possession of needles with trace amounts of opiates. Supporters say this would make it easier for public health … Continue reading →
By GARRY RAYNO State House Bureau CONCORD — Reauthorizing Medicaid expansion for two more years received a boost Tuesday when the House Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs Committee voted 17-1 in favor of the bill. The committee did make changes to House Bill 1696, such as increasing exemptions to … Continue reading →
SAVE THE DATE & CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS Tuesday, May 10, 2016 8:00am – 4:00pm Radisson Hotel, Manchester, NH Registration and additional details will be available in late March. About the Summit The first ever NH Governor’s Summit on Substance Misuse aims to inform and foster a continued collective response through prevention, intervention, treatment, … Continue reading →
SB447 -FN Session Year 2016 Bill Docket Bill Status Bill Text[HTML] [PDF] Title: (New Title) establishing a commission to study Narcan. SB576 -FN-A Session Year 2016 Bill Docket Bill Status Bill Text[HTML] [PDF] Roll CallsTitle: (New Title) relative to the penalty for possession and use of fentanyl-class drugs, insurance coverage … Continue reading →