Addiction recovery facilities facing financial troubles

Addiction recovery facilities facing financial troubles


IN ITS SAFE STATIONS BY THE END
OF JUNE BUT CONFIDENT IT CAN
SURVIVE. THE DOORS AT HARBOR HOMES IN
NASHUA WILL REMAIN OPEN RIGHT
NOW, DESPITE A LOOMING DEFICIT
FOR THE PROGRAM OPERATING THE
SAY STATION.>>HARBOR HOMES IS PROVIDING
MEDICAL THE TALKS AND TREATMENT. JEAN: THE MAYOR BROUGHT IT UP
DURING HIS RECENT STATE OF THE
CITY ADDRESS.>>HARBOR HOMES IS SUFFERING A
DEFICIT OF $400,000. MORE SUPPORT FOR THE STATE OF
NEW HAMPSHIRE AND MEDICAID WOULD
BE A HUGE HELP. JEAN: HARBOR HOMES SAYS IT STILL
HAS MORE THAN $1 MILLION TO FUND
SAFE STATIONS, ALLOWING PEOPLE
TO STOP AT A FIRE STATION FOR
IMMEDIATE HELP. OVERDOSES HAVE DECLINED WITH
OVER 1400 PEOPLE TAKEN TO
TREATMENT CENSUS PROGRAM
STARTED. BUT MANY PROGRAMS ARE IN CRISIS. THE STATE TOOK OVER SERENITY
STATIONS. AND HOPE FOR NEW HAMPSHIRE
RECOVERY ANNOUNCED IT WILL CLOSE
CENTERS IN FOUR CITIES, ONLY
KEEPING MANCHESTER OPEN
MANCHESTER’S MAYOR POINTS OUT
THESE PROGRAMS ARE NON-PROFIT>>WE HAVE GOT TO LOOK AT
FUNDING SOURCES THAT ARE
SUSTAINABLE FOR THESE
ORGANIZATIONS AND HOW WE CAN
HELP THAT FROM A LOCAL LEVEL AND
THE STATE LEVEL. JEAN: HARBOR HOMES IS ASKING FOR
CONTRIBUTIONS FROM OTHER TOWNS
THAT SEND PEOPLE HERE, LAUNCHING
AN ONLINE FUNDRAISER AND HOPING
FEDERAL RESOURC

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