BETHLEHEM, N.H. — New Hampshire officials are welcoming an expansion to a substance use disorder treatment center in the northern part of the state.
The Friendship House facility in Bethlehem provides housing, treatment and support services for people suffering from an addiction. Federal, state and local officials are gathering at the site Friday.
There also are Friendship House outpatient satellite sites in Berlin, Colebrook, North Conway, Tamworth and Woodsville.
New Hampshire has one of the highest drug overdose rates nationally.