COVID-19 Alert: Don't let the COVID-19 stop you from seeking help. Get Treatment Today

video

New Hampshire is a state in New England, is defined by its quaint towns and large expanses of wilderness. In the north, White Mountain National Forest is known for winter sports area and Mt.Washington, the region’s highest peak. The total area of the state is 9,304 square miles (24,097 square kilometers), comprising 9,027 square miles (23,380 square kilometers) of land and 277 square miles (717 square kilometers) of inland water. The capital of New Hampshire is Concord and Manchester is the largest city in the State. In the world, the 5th smallest by area and the 10th least populous of the 50 states is New Hamsphire.

 

In the below chart, we have listed populated cities in New Hampshire


S.No Name of the cities Population Latitude/Longitude
1 Manchester 110,601 43.008663 / 71.454391
2 Nashua 87,642 42.765366 / 71.467567
3 Concord 42,717 43.2061 / 71.5403
4 Derry 33,312 55.006763 / 7318268
5 Dover 30,901 51.126369 / 1.316198

 

New Hampshire is the first primary in the U.S presidential election cycle. The nickname of New Hampshire is named as the Granite State since the granite is extensive in nature and the formation is very beautiful in nature. New Hampshire GDP was $69,135,000,000 in 2016 according to BEA data. The 40th largest state economy in the nation in 2016 was New Hampshire in terms of GDP. Real dollar values expressed in 2009 chained dollars.

New-Hampshire-Substance-abuse-min

Substance abuse in New Hampshire

Since 2002 the country had the highest dependence on alcohol. This is particularly true of the rates of the past year dependence or abuse of alcohol for individuals age 18 to 25, which were among the highest in the country in 2005-2006. Similarly, rates of past year dependence on illicit drugs have remained consistently high for the age group 18 to 25, as well as for those past year rates for both of these groups were among the highest in the country. 1,636 people were admitted for alcohol treatment for using alcohol combined with a secondary drug.

 

The most commonly abused substance in Columbia is mentioned below

 

New Hampshire addiction and treatment

 

Travel for treatment in New Hampshire

The Department of Health and Human Services Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services(BDAS) was committed to creating the most effective, and well-coordinated Continuum of Care (COC) in all the regions of the stated for addressing substance abuse disorders that includes the promotion of health which provides a vibe and preventive environment. The regional level has been supported by early identification and intervention and treatment. The COC development shall be imparted into each Regional Public Health Network’s (RPHN) mission to strengthen the community health, and adopt with other related initiatives, and to be informed how to put forth the state plans for ongoing substance use issues and to improve the infrastructure facilities.

 

SAMHSA’s National Helpline

 

1-802-231-1018

 

If you are struggling with addiction, SAMHSA helps you to find local treatment facilities, support groups, and community-based organizations.​

 

1-802-231-1018

 

Addiction aide provides confidential drug abuse assessment and treatment placement tailored to your individual needs. Achieve Long-term recovery, give us a call or fill out the form below and we will respond as soon as possible.​

Find a way to your recovery

 

Assets and gaps analysis identified many of the state’s strengths as well as the challenges that continue to face the state which needs to be addressed in order to create a comprehensive and long-term approach to SUD prevention, treatment, recovery supports and the integration of primary care and behavioral health. The state identifies the most highlighted discussed topics for the betterment of the state’s goodness and its responses the need for the assessment. Henceforth the ongoing monitoring and strategic efforts and ideas that support to fill the gaps and also helps in sustaining the existing services to bring a change in the system of care for the communities resulting in behavioral health issues and a motto in preventing and reducing substance misuse across the lifespan.

Current captions about Drug abuse in New Hampshire

 

Fentanyl overdose

In 2016, approximately 200 people lost their lives due to a Fentanyl overdose

 

Sought treatment

In New Hampshire, about 5,000 people sought treatment for illegal drug use

Driving while influenced by drugs or alcohol

About 4,700 individuals are arrested yearly for driving while influenced by drugs or alcohol

You Can also View:

LET US CALL YOU

Dont go through the process of recovery alone. Get in touch with someone who can help.

GET A CALL

ADD/CLAIM YOUR LISTING

We Support
img
img
img
img