Legal Action Center - New toolkit

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.

SBIRT 101


» 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.

» SBIRT Brief: Screening – In this Adolescent SBIRT Brief learn more about issues related to screening for substance use among adolescents.

Simulation Tool



» Gain skills and build your confidence in a virtual setting for real life conversations that motivate behavioral change to reduce risky behaviors - Using Kognito’s Clinical Training Simulation for SBIRT. CMEs are provided. Click the link and enter nhsbirt as your unique enrollment key.

» Are you ready for the conversation? - This flyer is available to distribute in order to promote Kognito amongst your colleagues.

» The Kognito brochure - provides additional information to promote the training and learn about the tools, what to expect, and how to use the tool for performance monitoring and improvement.

Resources for Parents


» Legalizing Marijuana Not Good for Kids: AAP Policy Explained - The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) believes that youth should not use marijuana, this article explains why.

»Marijuana: What Parents Need to Know - Parents are a child's first and best protection against drug abuse. This article provides information from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) about marijuana and how parents can help their child say "No" to drug use.