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Safe Stations

Safe Stations is a service that’s transforming New Hampshire fire stations into non-judgmental locations where people struggling with substance abuse can get connected to help.

At any time of day or night, a victim of substance misuse disorder can go to any Manchester Fire Department Station and speak to the Firefighters on duty.  The Firefighters will arrange for or provide a medical assessment not to exceed their scope of training under NH RSA 153-A:11.  If there is cause for concern that there is something else medically wrong with the patient, transportation to an appropriate level medical facility will be arranged for and provided by Manchester’s contracted 911 service AMR.

How effective are Safe Stations?

  • Since its induction, Safe Stations have transported more than 1,500 participants to treatment facilities
  • Safe Stations have helped 1,100 unique participants, with 237 coming back as repeat entries.

View the infographic here.

How to Get Started

Safe Stations Contacts:

Please let us know if you have any questions about bringing Safe Stations to your community.

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How effective are Safe Stations?

  • Since its induction, Safe Stations have transported more than 1,500 participants to treatment facilities
  • Safe Stations have helped 1,100 unique participants, with 237 coming back as repeat entries.

View the infographic here.

How to Get Started

Safe Stations Contacts:

Please let us know if you have any questions about bringing Safe Stations to your community.

Contact Us