NH Addiction Summit Agenda 2017

The Strafford County Opioid Taskforce presents the 2017 NH Addiction Summit which will take place at Wentworth-Douglass Hospital’s Garrison Wing from 9:30am- 4:30 pm on Friday April 7th, 2017. The event is free and lunch is provided. We ask that if you need to cancel for any reason to please get in touch with Melissa Silvey at info@onevoicenh.org or by calling 603.516.2562.

Agenda: 9:00-9:30 Registration Summit begins promptly at 9:30AM Keynote Merideth Norris, DO- This Doctor will treat anyone with addiction, even without payment. Dr. Norris will inspire us to do more Keynote Tym Rourke, MA-All In: Sharing in the Hope of Recovery Facilitated Multiple Pathway’s Recovery Panel Keynote Devin Rowe, Drug Free NH’s Speak Up NH Networking Lunch and Champion in Action Award Breakout #1 Coffee Break Breakout #2 Keynote Lukas Kolm, MD, MPH – Addressing the Opioid Epidemic from an Emergency Department Perspective

Registration IS required, and please cancel if you cannot make and did register. When you reserve a spot and cannot attend you take away an opportunity for someone who does want to attend.

Register and more information HERE

Seabrook’s New Recovery Center is Open

Safe Harbor Recovery Center in Seabrook, NH will be officially opened it’s doors on Monday, February 27, 2017. Location is at 867 Lafayette Road (Rte 1), Seabrook, NH; 877.369.0928

View their new Facebook page with schedule and additional meeting information. Please stop by and say Hello to Angela Whiting who will be overseeing this location.

Gambler’s Awareness Month

Meetings in NH:

Tuesday 7PM; Easter Seals Bldg 555 Auburn St. Manchester

Thursday 7:30-9PM; Congregational Church 61 Main St (Route 121) Hampstead.

Contact Ed Talbot for more information and newly announced meetings; 603.225.9540 or email at probgambnh@aol.com.

March is Problem Gambling Awareness Month and March 14th is Screening Day. Please use this attached flyer to screen your clients/members. One answer to anyone of these three questions indicates a potential gambling problem. For more information on tools for Gambling Awareness Month visit www.ncpgambling.org

ProblemGamblilngScreening Flyer.