This map of New Hampshire indicates locations where individuals can safely dispose of unwanted medications.
Use this tool to evaluate your current policy using the guidelines outlined in this blog post.
Use this tool to help your employees see the large scale impacts substance use has on the workplace.
Use this tool to address ambiguities in your workplace policies.
Use this tool to recognize supervisor initiative that supports a substance free workplace.
Tool Package: Does your workplace culture foster a “head in the sand” approach to substance abuse? 452.29 KB
Tool Package: Does your workplace culture foster a “head in the sand” approach to substance abuse?
Tool package that corresponds to the “head in the sand” blog post.
Use this tool to create a resource guide for employees who are facing issues surrounding substance abuse (their own, a family member’s, or a coworker’s).
This directory provides information on substance misuse treatment providers in NH and ME.
Use this guide to determine which prescriptions are most likely to be abused.
Use this tool to create a handout for your clients. It will protect them from drug diversion and it will protect your business and employees from accusations of prescription drug theft.
Distribute this tool to families of individuals who are receiving home care services. They can use the guidelines to protect their loved one’s medications.
This tool provides possible explanations for why a clearly impaired employee received a negative drug screen result.
Use this tool to ensure that all supervisors are able to answer some of the most frequently asked questions regarding a substance free workplace program.