On January 14, 2019 our community providers and residents gathered for a public forum announcing the new hub and spoke system in NH as a response to the state-wide Opioid Crisis. The Doorway (hub) will serve as an entry point to care for community members seeking treatment. The hub will refer to and work with local providers (spokes) to provide patients with the best care for their specific need.
In the Greater Manchester Region, The Doorway (hub) will be operated by Granite Pathways located at 303 Belmont Street, Manchester, NH. Granite Pathways is open 8am-11pm weekdays and 11am-11pm during the weekends. Anyone seeking help may go to the physical location during these hours of operation or call 211 at any time of day or night. 211 will connect people to the help they need locally and after hours they will connect people with clinical staff at Dartmouth-Hitchcock to begin a screening process and warm handoff to the hub. In Manchester, the Safe Station program is also still open and available to anyone at any time. To learn more about hub and spoke in NH visit:http://www.thedoorway.nh.gov/