If you or someone you care about is in need of help for an alcohol, tobacco, or other drug problem, we provide a collection of links to local organizations that can help.
We work collaboratively with several New Hampshire organizations and agencies. They provide mutual support on some of our key issues, and we often share resources and ideas.
These groups are deeply engaged directly or indirectly with work related to our interest in reducing alcohol and other drug problems and assuring adequate access to prevention, treatment and recovery services.
Numerous government agencies offer a wide array of resources (mostly free of charge) to assist in learning more about and understanding key issues, research and evidence-based approaches to promoting good health. We’ve listed a few that are most closely relate to the policy issues we are currently tracking with our advocacy efforts.
We’ve assembled a collection of documents that provide additional information and perspective related to policy issues tracked by New Futures staff. We encourage you to download and review them, and then offer your feedback about how helpful they have been. And please offer additional suggestions.
Visit our self-serve area for official New Futures staff photos, logo files in various sizes and formats, and other relevant downloads for use by the media. If you don’t see what you need, contact Communications Coordinator Sarah Miller to make your request.
New Futures is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that advocates, educates and collaborates
to prevent and reduce alcohol and other drug problems in New Hampshire.