New Hampshire is terminating its contract with the state's sole addiction treatment facility for youth and temporarily and suspending all admissions after teenagers staying there overdosed and were rushed to the hospital earlier this week. On Wednesday, DHHS Commissioner Jeffrey Meyers told reporters that swift action was neccessary against Granite Pathways, the organization running the center. “It is clear that Granite Pathways is unable to operate this program successfully without potentially compromising the safety of our kids who are in treatment there and we needed to take these immediate steps,” he said. Granite Pathways won a contract to rent and operate the center a year ago , after the state spent over a million dollars converting a wing of...
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State Cancels Contract With Treatment Provider After Teen Overdoses