Two hospitals in Manchester and Nashua are now the new hubs for the Doorway, a program that connects people with substance use disorders to treatment and recovery services. Catholic Medical Center in Manchester and Southern New Hampshire Health in Nashua started seeing clients with substance use disorders last week. Earlier this year, the state terminated its Doorway contracts with Granite Pathways, which used to provide those services, after a review found sub-par management and follow-up with clients. Tim Soucy is the executive director of community health and mission at Catholic Medical Center. He says despite the pandemic, Doorway services are still available in person. “The Doorway is a safe place and we want to be there to help them,” he said. CMC...
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Manchester, Nashua Hospitals Take Over Doorway Treatment Hubs