The New Hampshire Youth SBIRT Initiative of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation is supported in partnership with the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation. This Initiative focuses on the implementation of SBIRT in primary care throughout New Hampshire as an effective prevention, intervention and public health strategy.

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» Scope of the Problem: Alcohol and other drug misuse is having a devastating affect on New Hampshire's young adult population. Learn more about the state of the state.

» What is SBIRT? Learn more about the components of this evidence based process.

» Why SBIRT? Learn more about why other states are adopting this effective practice.

Get Started with SBIRT

» Is your practice committed to implementing SBIRT? Learn how to get started.

» Looking for toolkits or trainings for your providers? Find these resources and more.


» In a pair of reports, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has reaffirmed its recommendation to incorporate universal screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment (SBIRT) practices for adolescent substance use into routine health care. Click the link for a revised AAP policy statement.