Roads to Recovery

Solutions Reporting on Substance Misuse Prevention and Treatment

The Granite State has some of the highest rates of substance misuse in the country. It also has thousands of people working to support people on their many Roads to Recovery. This series offers people hope, inspiration and direction for prevention and treatment programs.

Original funding for Roads to Recovery was provided by the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. Additional major funding is provided by Dartmouth-Hitchcock and Bank of New Hampshire.

NHPBS is a contributing member of the Granite State News Collaborative. For more behavioral health solutions coverage visit collaborativenh.org.


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Youth Empowerment

Youth Empowerment

Students throughout New Hampshire combat substance use disorder right in their communities

Youth Empowerment (Preview)

Youth Empowerment (Preview)

Students throughout New Hampshire combat substance use disorder right in their communities

Makin' It Happen

Makin' It Happen

Makin' It Happen helps create family, social and community support for youth.

Dover Youth2Youth and Stand Up Laconia!

Dover Youth2Youth and Stand Up Laconia!

Dover Youth2Youth is a youth empowerment program.


Youth Leadership Through Adventure

Youth Leadership Through Adventure

Empowers northern NH students by bringing them together and sending them outdoors.

Franklin Mayor's Drug Task Force

Franklin Mayor's Drug Task Force

A pizzeria in Franklin was the staging ground for local students to raise awareness.

Roads to Recovery (Full Program)

Roads to Recovery (Full Program)

Offers people hope and direction back from substance misuse.

Roads to Recovery (Preview)

Roads to Recovery (Preview)

Roads to Recovery offers people hope and direction back from substance misuse.

Neonatal Care

Neonatal Care

Dr. Julia Frew explains how peer support is an important aspect of the Perinatal Addiction

Mother-Baby Bonding

Mother-Baby Bonding

Dr. Bonny Whalen explains about mother-baby bonding.

Changes to Make

Changes to Make

"Ali" Adams talks about the changes she made in her life.

Getting to the Point

Getting to the Point

"Ali" Adams explains how she got to the point where she wanted to recover from substances.

Deal With the Past

Deal With the Past

"Ali" Adams talks about the therapeutic community program at Strafford County Jail.

Staying Involved

Staying Involved

"Ali" Adams talks about the community support she plans to reach out to during recovery.

New Approach

New Approach

Dr. Alison Holmes explains the new approach to recovery.



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