New Hampshire Working Hard to Fight Opioid Epidemic
New Hampshire will be receiving over $35 million in federal funds this year to help them tackle the opioid crisis. The money is the second installment of a two-year grant from the U.S Department of Health. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has aimed at improving treatment and recovery services across the state with a two-year grant for the nine regional hubs in New Hampshire.
Regional hubs, also known as Doorways, are meant to help people access local addiction treatment and recovery services. These services range from inpatient treatment to outpatient therapy, housing, and Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT). State health officials say that since the Doorways model opened in January, they’ve treated and helped over 2,500 people enter recovery.
Blueprint Recovery Center continues to fight the opioid crisis alongside everyone else throughout New Hampshire. If you or someone you know is struggling with substance abuse or mental health, treatment is the best option when it comes to finding long term, real, recovery. Reach out to an admissions specialist today.