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Dedicated to Advancing Addiction Professionals in New Hampshire


For NH job postings please complete the NHADACA Job Posting Request Form to advertise a vacant job opportunity for others to see. Once we receive the completed form, we will post it to our website within 10 business days. We will display your substance use related job post for 30 days. If you have any questions, please contact us by emailing

  • November 19, 2020 12:50 PM | Anonymous

    The NHPHP is contracted by the Office of Professional Licensure and Certification (OPLC) to work with licensees of the NH Board Licensing for Alcohol and Other Drug Use Professionals, as well as twelve other NH Health Professional Boards.  I believe we can be a valuable addition to the wellness toolbox for your NHADACA members.  We are a free and confidential resource that assists with identification, intervention, referral and monitoring of health care professionals who may be affected by substance use disorders, disruptive behavior, mental health conditions, burnout, professionalism concerns or other issues impacting  work, health or well-being.  NHPHP offers both a voluntary track and a Board mandated track.  In addition, there are education, stress and burnout resources on our website: .

    We are seeing the huge impact COVID-19 is having on the helping profession, and want to reach out to all those working with clients and their families affected by alcohol and other drugs that can carry our message of support and recovery.  I have attached our PDF which I hope you will find suitable to post on your website as well as our hyperlink:,  or perhaps include in email blasts to your members.  Please contact me if you have any questions about our services and how we can work together to sustain our shared interests in the health and safety of New Hampshire Alcohol and Other Drug Use Professionals.  I am also available to provide informational presentations about our organization and wellness resources at  your membership meetings and conferences.

  • October 30, 2020 2:57 PM | Anonymous

    Available Now!

    Download Instantly!

    The recently revised edition of Confidentiality & Communication (October 2020) is available now as an eBook. It covers all the essentials for understanding confidentiality, plus the July 2020 changes to 42 CFR Part 2 and upcoming changes in the CARES Act, including answers to questions like: 

    • When do 42 CFR Part 2 and HIPAA apply?
    • How did the 2020 amendments change the substance use disorder (SUD) privacy regulations, and what will happen in 2021?
    • What are the current requirements for consent forms, patient privacy notices, and the notice of prohibition on re-disclosure?
    • How to make disclosures for medical emergencies, audits, or research?
    • How can a program report a crime on program premises?
    • What should a program do if it receives a subpoena, search warrant, or arrest warrant?
    • What privacy rights do patients have?
    • How are the laws enforced and what are the security requirements?
    • What are best practices for common confidentiality issues? 

    Confidentiality & Communication is an indispensable guide for new members of the SUD treatment field, stakeholders who work with individuals receiving SUD treatment, and seasoned privacy experts with questions about the ongoing changes to the law and regulations.

    Available for instant download for only $109. Click here to buy!

    The revised October 2020 edition also explains the July 2020 amendments to 42 CFR Part 2, and flags areas where the regulations are subject to change in 2021, following the passage of the CARES Act. To see a full list of the topics covered in the revised 2020 edition of Confidentiality & Communication, visit the online Table of Contents.

    The 2020 edition of Confidentiality & Communication is available as an e-book only.

  • October 26, 2020 9:16 AM | Anonymous

    Brought to you by your NHADACA Ethics Committee

    This FREE two-day webinar (3-hours each) hosted by the National Academy of Medicine Action Collaborative for Clinician Well-Being and Resilience is a national virtual event addressing "emerging lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic and a systems approach for the future".  Click here to learn more


    Our public meeting on “Ensuring Clinician Well-Being in an Age of Uncertainty: Emerging Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic and a Systems Approach for the Future” will discuss emerging lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic and a systems approach for the future. Register to join the webinar, taking place Wednesday, October 28, 12:00-3:30 pm ET and Thursday, October 29, 12:00-4:00 pm ET. Presented by the NAM Action Collaborative.

  • October 23, 2020 11:11 AM | Anonymous

    NH Citizens Health Initiative and the University of Vermont are seeking the input of New Hampshire health care providers and community stakeholders to guide substance use treatment efforts in Northern New England. The needs assessment begins with a brief online screening survey.  If you are eligible to participate, you will receive an e-mail link to a brief online survey (10-15 minutes) about substance use treatment efforts in your community or your clinical practice. You can choose to receive an online gift card in appreciation of your time. The information collected in this survey will help guide the efforts to expand opioid treatment and inform how communities address substance use. Providers and community stakeholders can volunteer to participate in the assessment by following this link:

    The New Hampshire Baseline Needs Assessment aims to

    • Identify our communities’ most important and urgent needs and improve systems of care available for those facing substance use issues;
    • Identify ways to support the delivery of evidence-based substance use treatment and trainings for physicians, nurses, and other staff in rural counties;
    • Be responsive to increases in substance use and drug-related fatalities resulting from the current COVID-19 pandemic.

    The New Hampshire Citizens Health Initiative (NH CHI), part of the University of New Hampshire’s Institute for Health Policy and Practice, is a key partner of the University of Vermont Center on Rural Addiction (UVM CORA) which aims to support the front-line providers of substance use treatment by providing surveillance, education and outreach, and technical assistance to rural communities in NH. You can learn more about the New Hampshire Citizens Health Initiative at and the University of Vermont Center on Rural Addiction at

  • October 01, 2020 4:59 PM | Anonymous


    In response to the clinician well-being initiative training feedback, we have created a monthly peer collaboration group with the topic of clinician well-being.  

    Please join us on October 7, from 8-9 am via Zoom.   Contact Angela at for the link.

    Also as a result of feedback from the clinician well-being initiative training, the training format is being revised and will be launched in February 2021.

    The two 2-hour trainings will be:

    I. INTRODUCTION: What's this all about

    II. ACTION: Crafting your Commitment Statement & Exploring Network Organization Benefits 

    For more information contact: 

    NHADACA Ethics Committee Chairperson 

    Angela Thomas Jones 

  • September 18, 2020 4:22 PM | Anonymous

    Join us on Tuesday, October 27 from 5:00-6:30 pm for a fun virtual Halloween party!

    We've heard from members that they've missed networking with colleagues, and we've got just the solution! A few fun games, a chance to catch up, and the chance to win a free training from NHADACA!

    Free to attend, donations encouraged. Save the date - registration link coming soon!

  • September 17, 2020 12:44 PM | Anonymous

    Alert to Billing Administrators and those responsible for submitting Medicare and Medicaid claims.

    ​Webinar on the 2021 updates for the ICD-10

    1pm EST September 22 

    This webinar will help you stay up to date and avoid delays and denials of claims!  

    The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services annually updates the ICD diagnosis code manual on October 1st. There are 490 new codes, including those related to COVID-19 plus additional revisions and deleted codes. Not implementing these code changes in your office may cause delays or denial of professional medical claims.


    2021 Update for ICD-10-CM

    Sept 22 ,2020 | 1:00 PM ET | 12:00 PM CT | 10:00 AM PT |
    Presented By: Lynn Anderanin
    AAPC Credit : 1.0
    The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services(CMS) annually updates the ICD-10-CM diagnoses code manual on October 1st. This year is no different. For 2021 there are 490 new codes, including those related to COVID-19, as well as 47 revised and 58 deleted codes. Not implementing these code changes in your office on October 1st may cause denial of claims and delay in reimbursement for professional medical claims.

    Join this webinar by renowned speaker Lynn Anderanin, where she will discuss all the updates in detail.

    Session highlights:

    • Changes to the Official ICD-10-CM Guidelines for 2021
    • New codes for sickle cell conditions
    • ICD-10-CM codes changes are effective on October 1, 2020
    • Codes added for vaping related disorders
    • The latest changes for COVID-19
    • Pathological fracture code expansion
    • Rheumatoid arthritis diagnoses changes
       Register Here   
    At the Q&A session following the live event,ask a question and get a direct response from Lynn.
  • September 17, 2020 12:42 PM | Anonymous

    Virtual Care: Wave Of The Future, or Momentary Ripple?

    Qualifacts and the National Council for Behavioral Health recently polled more than 1,000 behavioral health providers to see how they are faring during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read this article to learn about how our colleagues across the U.S. are handling a remote workforce, how operations and revenues are being affected, and what technology solutions are being put into place.

      Download Now

  • September 17, 2020 12:40 PM | Anonymous

    Mayo Clinic's Well-Being Index has joined the National Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being by becoming a Network Organization.

    Check out their recent video update on how healthcare centers are bolstering staff well-being initiatives during the pandemic

    Check out this week's video update to learn more about:

    • How medical centers are supporting clinician mental health through the COVID-19 pandemic
    • CommonSpirit Health CMO slated to speak at the Champions of Wellness Virtual Summit 2020
    • The latest findings on resident & fellow well-being 
  • September 03, 2020 3:40 PM | Anonymous
    The NBCC Minority Fellowship Program Is Now Accepting Applications for the 2021 Academic Year!
    Are you or someone you know working towards a Master's degree in the addiction field & committed to working with underserved populations?

    The National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) Foundation and NAADAC, the Association for Addiction Professionals, are pleased to announce the 2021 application period for the National Board for Certified Counselors Minority Fellowship Program for Addictions Counselors (NBCC MFP-AC) is now open! 

    This program is made possible by a grant awarded to the NBCC Foundation in collaboration with NAADAC by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The program will administer up to 40 Master’s degree-level counseling fellowships of $15,000 for addictions counseling students, plus the travel expenses to participate in other program-related trainings.

    Application deadline: December 15, 2020  


    What Fellows Receive:

    • Tuition stipends of up to $15,000;
    • Complimentary registration and travel expenses to attend the NAADAC 2021 Annual Conference in Seattle, WA;
    • Complimentary registration and travel expenses to attend the NBCC Foundation’s Bridging the Gap Symposium in 2021 and in 2022;
    • One-year complimentary NAADAC membership, which grants access to free NAADAC webinars & discounted CE-earning opportunities, reduced rates for student malpractice & liability insurance, the NAADAC Career Center, and discounted NAADAC publications;
    • Training, professional development opportunities, and mentoring from professionals in the field;
    • The opportunity to help reduce health disparities and improve healthcare outcomes of minority & LGBT populations and transition age youth (ages 16-25); and
    • The prestige of being a part of the SAMHSA-funded Minority Fellowship Program!

    Are You Eligible?

    Visit the NAADAC website to see the eligibility requirements for the NBCC MFP-AC.

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