The NH Department of Health and Human Services/Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services (DHHS/BDAS) has determined that the best way to prevent and/or decrease the damage that substance misuse causes to individuals, families, and communities is to develop a robust, effective and well-coordinated continuum of care in each region of the state, and to address barriers to awareness and access to services. Regional continuum of care development work is carried out within Regional Public Health Networks by a full time Continuum of Care Facilitator. This work is guided by and documented through the deliverables as outlined by the Regional Public Health Network contract with the BDAS. For more information go to