The Doorway at Littleton Regional Healthcare
“You are never alone and never far from help.”
Littleton Regional Healthcare is pleased to announce that we are a “hub” for the Doorway.
The Doorway at LRH
Littleton Regional Healthcare
11 Riverglen Lane, Suite 100
Littleton, NH 03561
About The Doorway
Are you or someone you know in need of services that address substance misuse? For many people, addiction is a daily reality. The Doorway is here to help – whether it’s help for yourself or a loved one – we can connect you to support, services, and care that is right for you. The Doorway at LRH is part of a statewide initiative to address the growing opioid crisis. Littleton Regional Healthcare (LRH) serves as a hub for Northern New Hampshire. Walking through the Doorway at LRH could be the first and most important step that someone takes today.
The Doorway is a program that is changing how New Hampshire helps people with an opioid use disorder (OUD) or other substance use disorders (SUD). There are nine Doorway locations, including Littleton, providing single points of entry for people seeking help for substance use, whether they need treatment, support, or resources for prevention and awareness. The regional Doorways ensure that help is always less than an hour away. In addition, 24/7 access to services is also available by dialing 211.
The Doorway is designed to make screening, evaluation, and care coordination services more centralized, available and accessible. The Doorway is a modified “hub and spoke’” model where the doorways will serve as the “hubs” and work with local providers (“spokes”) to implement regional approaches to the opioid crisis.
Services at The Doorway
- Screening and evaluation
- Treatment, including Medication-Assisted Treatment
- Prevention, including Naloxone
- Supports and services to assist in long-term recovery
- Peer recovery support services
New Hampshire’s Doorway program receives funding from the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration – State Opioid Response (SOR) grant and is under the leadership of NH Governor Chris Sununu and the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services.
Anyone in need of help can always call 2-1-1
If you or someone you know is experiencing an addiction-related crisis, call 211 now. 2-1-1 NH is the connection for New Hampshire residents to the most up-to-date resources they need from specially trained Information and Referral Specialists. 2-1-1 NH is available 24 hours, 365 days a year. Multilingual assistance and TDD access are also available. For those outside NH, call 1-866-444-4211.