Visit any Manchester Fire Station to access the Safe Stations program and be directed to treatment at any time.

If you or someone you know is experiencing an addiction-related crisis, call 2-1-1 now.



This guide includes the communities of the Greater Manchester Public Health Region (Auburn, Bedford, Candia, Deerfield, Hooksett, New Boston, Goffstown and Manchester) and South Central Public Health Region (Atkinson, Chester, Danville, Derry, Hampstead, Londonderry, Plaistow, Salem, Sandown and Windham).

Each section of this online guide includes an introductory letter that can be found by clicking the title tab in the navigation bar. Each section also contains a “What You Should Know” page and a “Resources” page both of which can be found by hovering over the title tab in the navigation bar and using the drop down tabs. The What You Should Know pages give some information on the topic and links to websites where you can learn more. The Resources page lists local providers, information on their services, as well as contact and insurance information wherever possible.

The information provided in this guide is for informational purposes only and is not an endorsement of any organization or service. While we will make every effort to keep the information up to date and correct, we make no representations or warranties of any kind, expressed or implied, about the complete- ness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability of any of the organizations or providers listed herein or the information, products, services or related graphics contained in the guide for any purpose.

Community Compass is a product of the Makin’ It Happen Coalition for Resilient Youth, Inc. in partnership with the Manchester Health Department. Funding for the development and distribution of this guide is supported in part by the Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services, New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services and the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation.


This resource guide is dedicated to our first responders who are out there every day saving lives and asking people if they need help. We know it can take a toll to see the pain caused by substance use disorders on families, friends and communities. The current opioid crisis has impacted our local communities and our first responders always answer the call. They are always willing to connect residents to resources. Thank you for your work. You are Makin’ It Happen.

To all of the providers listed in this guide, we are deeply thankful to you for your dedication to helping others find a pathway to a healthy life. You are a compass to our residents, helping them navigate growing up, systems of care, insurance and other barriers. You each play in a role in making our com- munities healthier places to live, work, grow and play. A special thanks to those who helped make this project happen and provided subject matter expertise: Holly Cekala, Jenny O’Higgins, Maria Gagnon, Mary Forsythe-Taber, Pam Santa-Fe, Rik Cornell, Stephanie Savard and Tim Soucy.