Prevention Works!

Prevention starts at birth and continues across the lifespan.

What You Should Know

Prevention includes helping people develop the knowledge, attitudes, and skills to make healthy choices or change harmful behaviors. Prevention also includes creating safe communities and neighborhoods where we can live, work, grow, and play.

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Resilience is a key component in prevention. Resilience refers to a person’s ability to cope with difficulty and adapt to challenges or change. Resilience can be built over time and at any age.
Prevention efforts are offered in three levels, and include supplying services to eliminate the onset of the disease (primary prevention), providing early intervention through screening and treatment (secondary prevention), and delivering treatments that reduce symptoms and improve quality of life (tertiary prevention.)

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1245 Elm Street Manchester, NH 03101

603-222-1200

http://mediapoweryouth.org/

555 Union Street Manchester, NH 03104

603-625-5031

http://begreatmanchester.org/

90 Farmer Road Hooksett, NH 03106

603-622-3731

http://sau15.net/

116 Goffstown Back Road Goffstown, NH 03045

603-497-4663

http://graniteymca.org/

30 Greenough Road Plaistow, NH 03865

603-382-6119

https://timberlane.net/sau

85 North State Street Concord, NH 03301

603-225-5359

naminh.org

74 High Street Candia NH 03034

603-483-8101

http://candianh.org/

30 Mechanic Street Manchester, NH 03101

603-623-3558

http://graniteymca.org/

38 Geremonty Drive Salem, NH 03079

603-893-7040

https://sau57.org/ssd

5 Meetinghouse Hill Road New Boston, NH 03070

603-487-2880

https://www.newbostonnh.gov/recreation

1245 Elm Street Manchester, NH 03101

603-668-6629

https://amoskeaghealth.org

Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT)
SBIRT is an evidence-based, integrated, public health approach to the delivery of early intervention and treatment services for persons with substance use disorder, as well as those who are at risk of developing substance use disorder. SBIRT requires screening of every patient for potential alcohol or other drug problems and a response which reinforces non-harmful use, educates about the impact of substance misuse
on overall health and safety, and supports patients with problematic use in accessing further assessment, diagnosis, and treatment. New Hampshire has several initiatives in place to expand SBIRT in Primary Care settings and Community Health Centers.

Permanent Prescription Drug Take Back Box locations at the following Police Departments: Auburn PD, Bedford PD, Candia PD, Deerfield PD, Hooksett PD, Manchester PD, New Boston PD, and also, CMC Hospital.

School-Based Alcohol and Drug Services: Students at most high schools and middle schools can get free and confidential alcohol, drug, and mental health services at their school. Common services include: education; problem-solving; alcohol, drug and mental health screening; brief counseling and referral to treatment services; recovery support. These services are confidential and are not recorded in a student’s official educational record. Ask your school if they have a Student Assistance Program or alcohol/drug/mental
health counselor.

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