The first addiction recovery center in New Hampshire's capital city is already helping patients after opening its doors Monday morning. Hope for New Hampshire Recovery offers peer-to-peer support for people battling addiction.
The center, located a half mile from the State House in Concord, does not provide treatment but rather recovery coaches to help connect people to addiction services.
The non-profit has three recovery coaches on staff and expects to serve 20 to 30 people a week. Soon after Monday's ribbon-cutting ceremony, three people lined up to get help.
Read or listen to the full story.