State officials are working on a deal to secure funding for drug recovery services in Sullivan County. That’s after the major provider in the region, Hope for New Hampshire Recovery, announced it was rolling back its offerings last month. Health and Human Services Commissioner Jeff Meyers spoke with Claremont city leaders, local health providers, and law enforcement officials Tuesday morning to hash out the broad strokes of an agreement. “The department is very willing to work with one or more providers in order to fund, as soon as possible, recovery services in the Claremont area,” he said. He’s expecting a formal proposal in the coming weeks, with a budget of about $100,000. The type of peer-based services Hope for New Hampshire provides are...
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State Contract for Recovery Services in Sullivan County Could Come in a Matter of Weeks