SUBSTANCE MISUSE AND ADDICTION

OBJECTIVES                                                                      C3PH Substance Misues and Prevention Inititive
  1. Enhance the capacity of the Carroll County Prevention Network 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 Promptly respond to and prevent harms associated with emerging drug threats in the Carroll County Public Health Region

SAVE THE DATE

Pathways From Silence to Solutions: 
Carroll County Response to Substance Misuse
Peaslee Building, Sandwich Fairgrounds, Sandwich, NH
Tue, May 16th; 9:30 am to 4:00 pm

New England School of Addiction and Prevention Studies
Worcester State University - Worcester, MA
Mon. Jun 5th to Thu. Jun 8th

New England School of Best Practice in Addiction
Waterville Valley Resort, Waterville Valley, NH
Mon. Aug 28th to Thu. Aug 31st

 

RE-OCURRING PROGRAMS

Peer Collaboration Meeting for Licensed Clinicians
Whitehorse Addiction Center for Substance Use Disorder Treatment Services
16 Rt 16 B, Center Ossipee
First Friday of every month 10:00 am to 12:30 pm

Intensive Outpatient Program (open enrollment now)
10am - 1pm and 5pm -8pm
Clients must have an assessment prior to entering

F.A.S.T.E.R Family Support Gruup
1620 Main Street, Center Conway
Thursdays 6:30 - 7:45

 

 

MEETING DATES
First Tuesday of even months, 9:00am-11pm at TriCounty CAP
Contact: Jennifer Selfridge at prevention@c3ph.org

MEETING MINUTES

February, 20177(took place in March due to snow storms) 

February 2016,  April 2016 (resched. May),  August 2016,                
October 2016June 2016, December 2016