Advocacy

The organizations below provide diverse ways to get involved at the state or community level.

National Alliance on Mental Illness New Hampshire

The National Alliance on Mental Illness New Hampshire provides education, support, and advocacy for people with serious mental illness and their families.

New Futures

New Futures is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that advocates, educates, and collaborates to prevent and reduce alcohol and other drug problems in New Hampshire. It strives for state and local communities where public policies support prevention, treatments, and recovery-oriented efforts to reduce substance misuse problems.

Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention, Treatment and Recovery

The NH Governor’s Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention, Treatment and Recovery is dedicated to alcohol and drug abuse prevention, treatment, and recovery. The Expanding our Response, (2019-2021) report is also available.

New Hampshire Legislature

New Hampshire Legislature: Includes tools related to current legislation and ways to find or contact your state representative or senator: 

New Hampshire Regional Public Health Networks

New Hampshire Regional Public Health Networks is a network of 13 community-based, regional organizations dedicated to advocacy and action on public health, including behavioral health.

Partnership for a Drug-Free NH

The mission of Partnership for a Drug-Free NH is to create and promote consistent statewide messages about the problems and solutions of substance misuse in NH.

New Hampshire Communities of Practice

The New Hampshire Communities of Practice connect professionals, providers, community members, and others who deliver support resources. Within each CoP, members can:

  • Connect with peers to share perspectives and explore solutions
  • Access webinars, tools, and resources relevant to your practice