- Associated Press - Thursday, October 27, 2016

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire’s Executive Council has approved $600,000 in contracts to provide substance misuse recovery services

The bulk of the money is going toward Hope for New Hampshire Recovery and Navigating Recovery of the Lakes Region. They provide services in the Claremont, Concord, Manchester and Winnipesaukee (wihn-ah-pah-SAH’-kee) regions.

Money also is going to help support New Hampshire Hope for Recovery’s new recovery community centers in Berlin and Franklin.

Another contract, for $260,000 in federal funds, was approved to provide education and prevention services to at-risk youth through local school districts.


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