On the same day President Donald Trump declared the opioid epidemic a public health emergency, one New Hampshire non-profit has opened a new center for treatment, nearly doubling its available services over the course of two years.
Officer Paul Rondeau of Manchester Police Department’s two-horse mounted unit, has put out a plea for help, after his trusty steed Valor, one of two horses who patrol the city streets daily, suffered a ruptured cornea and had to have his eye removed.
The plan is for the merged entity to take the first six-to-twelve months to observe operations and outcomes of both organizations. Over time, the organization will implement processes or systems that are identified to help eliminate gaps in services. READ MORE