Interventions and Treatment
New Hampshire Program Finds Doctor Visits Help Keep Teens off Drugs and Alcohol
December 22, 2016 | Emily Taylor
A program in New Hampshire is finding that regular conversations with their doctor can be valuable in preventing drug and alcohol use by teens. The state has implemented an evidence-based “screening, brief intervention and referral to treatment” (SBIRT) protocol in 23 medical facilities across the state, thanks in part to grant funding.
Watch a video to learn more about New Hampshire’s SBIRT program aimed at preventing teen alcohol and drug use»