Supporting youth, families, educators, and communities who are committed to the prevention of alcohol and drug use. Working together, we can reduce substance abuse in Strafford County.

ONE Voice and Goodwin Community Health Unveils Substance Abuse Treatment Resource Guide

As a result of an identified need by both the The Regional Rx Taskforce of Strafford County and Goodwin Community Health's SBIRT Team,  a resource guide for adults and adolescence that is primarily based on local resources has been created and is shared through the link below.  ONE Voice would like to thank Samantha Pellerin, Health Promotion and Special Events Coordinator  and Vivian Pham, UNH Intern for contributing many hours of research and updating this guide for Strafford County residents.   To download and print the guide, please click here.

 

Hungry Heart Comes to Strafford County

The RX Taskforce of Strafford County is proud to announce three opportunities to see “The Hungry Heart,” an acclaimed documentary film on prescription drug addiction and recovery.   These are free events and open to all citizens of Strafford County.  Click here for dates and RSVP information.

Each screening will feature the film producer, Bess O'Brien, and special guests from the film. The screenings are brought to the area through the work of the RX Taskforce of Strafford County in partnership with Wentworth-Douglass Hospital, ONE Voice for Strafford County, Goodwin Community Health, Rochester Police Department and the Rochester Democratic Party.

Goodwin and ONE Voice Receive Adolescent SBIRT Grant

The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation has awarded $628,939 in grants to Goodwin Community Health, Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital, Mid-state Health Center, Valley Region Hospital and Wentworth-Douglass Hospital, the New Hampshire Center for Excellence in Substance Use Prevention and Treatment, and New Futures will receive grant funding from the Charitable Foundation. These awards were made possible by a $2.25 million grant awarded to the Charitable Foundation by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation earlier this year.  To read more, click here.