Hub-and-spoke model offers addiction services across New Hampshire
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Since nine opioid crisis centers opened across New Hampshire, state officials said hundreds of people have been connected to resources, but concerns have been raised about what happens when the hubs are closed and what the model means for existing programs, such as Safe Station.
As part of its opioid response, the state launched a hub-and-spoke model of care using $45 million in federal funds. On Jan. 1, nine hubs, called Doorways, opened to make sure help is less than an hour away for every Granite Stater.