Program and Process Improvement

Making Connections that Count

“Making Connections that Count” is a comprehensive infographic highlighting the significance of New Hampshire’s Student Assistance Program (SAP). It showcases how SAPs help struggling students by addressing issues like substance misuse, bullying, and poor grades. The visual data demonstrates the positive impact SAP has on students’ health, wellness, and academic performance.

This guidebook cover depicts a group of people in recovery holding hands and supporting one another.

Recovery Community Organization Comprehensive Review Information and Document Collection Guide

This guide serves the purpose of conducting comprehensive reviews for state-funded Recovery Community Organizations (RCOs) in New Hampshire.

The reviews aim to assess adherence to standards, identify strengths and challenges, and monitor RCO development over time. Reviewers use various sources and onsite interviews to determine adherence to the standards, making efficient use of everyone’s time.

New Hampshire Standards of Excellence for Recovery Community Organizations

Preparing for Your Comprehensive Review

This guide provides insight into the Comprehensive Review process by BDAS for New Hampshire RCOs. The review, conducted in three phases, evaluates adherence to SOEs in various operational areas.

This preparation guide is aimed to equip RCOs for the process, fostering a thriving recovery environment.

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Recovery Community Organizations' prep guide
Cover image of a report titled '28 Standards of Excellence for New Hampshire's Recovery Community Organizations', financed by the Department of Health and Human Services. The image features bullet-pointed lists under six distinct domains—structure, staffing, governance, assessment, planning, workforce development, operations, and evaluation—highlighting the guidelines followed by RCOs.

New Hampshire Recovery Community Organization Standards of Excellence

Financed by the Department of Health and Human Services, this report presents the 28 Standards of Excellence followed by New Hampshire’s Recovery Community Organizations.

The standards are organized under six domains, influencing RCOs’ structure, staffing, governance, assessment, planning, workforce development, operations, and evaluation.

Enhancing Impaired Driving Management: Innovative Practices and Evidence-Based Strategies

This publication provides a comprehensive overview of strategies and interventions for addressing alcohol- and drug-impaired driving offenses. It includes an introduction to the New Hampshire Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services’ Impaired Driver Care Management Program (IDCMP) and examines administrative rules, evidence-based practices, and innovative programming used in other states. The document covers domains of intervention such as laws, enforcement, prosecution, data collection, and integrated statewide management. With insights from national resources, it offers effective countermeasures and recommendations for combating high-risk impaired driving.

The cover of this impaired driving publication depicts a driver negotiating a busy city street.