Nashua ‘Safe Stations’: 800+ Opioid Addicts Get Help

The Nashua Safe Stations program, which connects opioid addicts with recovery help at city fire stations, recently reached another milestone. As of the end of August, the program has served more than 800 people since launching in November, according to American Medical Response-Nashua, which provides emergency medical services in the city. | More…

| Patch

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