Substance Misuse Prevention

The Carroll County Substance Misuse Prevention Network, based at C3PH, is an evolving group of organizations and individuals who live and/or work in Carroll County, working together to reduce alcohol and other drug use in Carroll County.

A Prevention Planning/Leadership team that includes representatives from health care, business, education, family supports, law enforcement, and government, substance use disorder service providers,  and interested individuals meet regularly and provides direction to the prevention initiatives in the county. Our group is committed to promoting environmental strategies and other evidence-based practices to prevent substance misuse, advocating for behavioral health resources for Carroll County citizens, and supporting the Carroll County recovering community.


  • Provide information about alcohol and other drugs to parents, teens, and the general public in Carroll County.
  • Share information about statewide, countywide, and local efforts to prevent substance misuse among our youth and other populations.
  • Provide technical assistance to schools, communities, businesses, and other organizations in Carroll County as they create and implement substance use policies, evidence-based prevention programs and  practices.
  • Participate in and support the prevention initiatives of our partners in Carroll County.
  • Coordinate community events that enhance the prevention, treatment, and recovery support resources in the county.
  • Advocate for and facilitate multi-agency collaborations to bring additional prevention, treatment, and recovery support resources to Carroll County.

Contact Jennifer Selfridge, our Substance Misuse Prevention Coordinator  (for more information.

2016 - 2019 SMP Strategic Plan




  1. Enhance the capacity of the Carroll County Coalition for Public Health and its partners to effectively address substance misuse across the lifespan in the region.
  2. Reduce drug-related overdose incidents and deaths each year (NH SHIP).
  3. Increase public awareness relative to the harm and consequences of alcohol and drug misuse.
  4. Prevent and reduce substance misuse (including alcohol, marijuana, prescription drugs) among youth and young adults (12-25) by 2019.
  5. Reduce substance misuse (including alcohol, marijuana, prescription drugs) among adults (25+) by 2019.
  6. Promptly respond to and prevent harms associated with emerging drug threats in the Carroll County Public Health Region.



The combined Prevention Leadership Team and Continuum of Care Work Group meets the First Tuesday of even months, 9:00am-12:30pm at Cook Memorial Library in Tamworth, NH.  (9:00 - 10:30 -- focus on prevention; 11:00 - 12:30 focus on continuum of care).

Meetings are open.  All are welcome.Contact: Jennifer Selfridge at for more information.


2018 2017 2016
December 2018

December, 2017

December 2016

October 2018

October, 2017

October 2016

August 2018

August 2017 - no meeting

August 2016

June 2018

June 2017 - no meeting

June 2016

April 2018

May 2017

April 2016 (resched. May)

March, 2018 (resched. from Feb)

February 2017

February 2016



Bartlett Police Department

Carroll County Police Chiefs

Carroll County Jail

Carroll County Sheriff Dept

Central NH VNA & Hospice

Conway Daily Sun

Conway Police Department

Huggins Hospital

NH State Police

Kennett High School

Kennett Middle School

Kingswood Middle School

Kingswood High School

Kingswood Youth Center

Memorial Hospital

Mt Washington Valley Housing Coalition

Moultonborough Academy

Moultonborough Police Department

MWV Supports Recovery

Northern Human Services

Ossipee Concerned Citizens

Ossipee Congregational Church

Ossipee Police Department

Partnership for Drug Free Kids

Paul School - Wakefield

Salmon Press

Sandwich Police Department


SAU 13

SAU 45

SAU 49

SAU 101

Sen Jean Shaheen's Office

Team Wolfeboro

Tuftonboro Police Department

Tamworth Police Department

Tri County CAP

Wakefield Police Department

White Horse Addiction Center

White Mountain Community Health Center

White Mountain Restorative Justice Program

Wolfeboro Police Department

WMWV Radio Station

WASR Radio Station




Peer Collaboration Meeting for Licensed Clinicians

Whitehorse Addiction Center for Substance Use Disorder Treatment Services

16 Rt 16 B, Center Ossipee

Contact Whitehorse at 603-651-1441


Intensive Outpatient Program (open enrollment now)

10 am - 1:00 pm and 5pm - 8am

Clients must have an assessment prior to entering


F.A.S.T.E.R Family Support Group

MWV Supports Recovery 1620 Main Street, Center Conway

Thursdays 6:30 am - 7:45 am



NH Prescription Drug Drop Boxes

NH Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services

NH BDAS Issue Briefs

NH Alcohol and Drug Treatment Locator

NH Center for Excellence

NH Narcotics Anonymous

New Futures

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

The Opiate/Opioid Public Health Crisis: Update on the State of New Hampshire’s Comprehensive Response

The NH Providers Association

NH Alcohol and Drug Counselors Association (NHADCA)