Governor’s Commission on Alcohol and Other Drugs

The mission of the Governor’s Commission on Alcohol and other Drugs (the Commission) is to significantly reduce alcohol and other drug problems and their behavioral, health and social consequences for the citizens of New Hampshire by advising the Governor and Legislature regarding the delivery of effective and coordinated substance misuse prevention, treatment, and recovery services throughout the state. The members list for the Governor’s Commission, meeting schedule, and minutes can be found here.

TASK FORCES

Each of the following task forces assist the Commission in the performance of its duties and are all open to the public. See the Task Force meeting schedule with contact information.

 

  PREVENTION              TREATMENT                      RECOVERY                       OPIOID

                                             

 

  PERINATAL                        HEALTH                           JOINT                                DATA &

SUBSTANCE EXPOSURE            CARE                           MILITARY                      EVALUATION

                                             

 

NH GOVERNOR’S COMMISSION ACTION PLAN 

      2019-2022

This three-year strategic plan serves as a blueprint for our shared efforts with a focus on alignment, coordination, innovation and accountability. The plan encompasses best practices and other key strategy recommendations made by Commission members, Commission Task Forces, and other key stakeholders. To request hard copies of the plan, please send an email to the NH Center For Excellence, nhcenterforexcellence@jsi.com.

  Check the NH Governor’s Commission Action Plan data dashboard to track progress on the Action Plan objectives and targets.

 

NH GOVERNOR’S COMMISSION REPORTS

2019

Mid-Year Report                   Program Inventory Report

                     

2018

Mid-Year Report

2017

Mid-Year Report           Annual Report                           

           

 2016

Annual Report                        

2015

Annual Report