6/17/21 - New Futures' Statement on Supreme Court Ruling on Addordable Care Act

6/4/21 - New Futures’ Statement on Senate Budget

4/7/21 - House-Passed Budget Fails to Meet the Health Needs of New Hampshire

12/14/20 - Kids Count Data Shows Concerning Struggles Facing NH Families

12/8/20 - New Futures Welcomes New Board Members

7/17/20 - New Report Shows Cost of COVID-19 to Substance Use Treatment and Recovery Providers

7/16/20 - Advocates Applaud Signing of Prescription Drug Bill Into Law

7/1/20 - New National Data: NH is the Number Two State for Child Well-being

6/30/20 - New Futures Statement on NH House Votes

6/2/20 - 2020 Magnify Voices Expressive Arts Contest Announcement

6/16/20 - New Futures Statement on Senate's approval of Several Critical Pieces of Legislation

4/23/20 - New Futures and UNH Law Release Updated Substance Use/Mental Health Resource Guide

3/12/20 - New Futures Statement on Senate Passing SB 685 and SB 687, Two RX Price Relief Bills 

1/30/20 - Federal Medicaid Guidance Could Sacrifice Health of Granite State

10/17/19 - Milford State Representative Joelle Martin Honored by New Futures with Legislator of the Year Award 

10/17/19 - Manchester ACERT Honored by New Futures with Nicholas Halias Law Enforcement Award

10/17/19 - Advocates from Winnipesaukee and Carroll County Public Health Regions Honored by New Futures with Awards and Scholarships

09/25/19 - New Futures Statement on Approved Budget

09/24/19 - New Futures Statement on Proposed Budget Deal

07/29/19 - New Futures Statement on the Federal Court Block of Medicaid Expansion Work Requirement

07/08/19 - New Futures Statement on the Suspension of Medicaid Expansion Work Requirement

06/28/19 - New Futures Statement on Budget Veto, Continuing Resolution

06/24/19 - Current Budget Improves New Hampshire's Health and Wellness

06/17/19 - New Hampshire is the Number One State for Child Well-Being

05/30/19 - Marijuana Commercialization Bill Sent Back to Senate Committee for the Year

04/04/19 - Marijuana Commercialization Bill Moves on to Senate

03/14/19 - Children's Health Data Shows a Need for Statewide Access to Services

02/27/19 - Irresponsible Marijuana Commercialization Bill Passes House

01/31/19 - Ahead of Next Week's Hearing, Advocates Warn of the Harms of Marijuana Commercialization Bill

01/21/19 - NH Senate Signs Off On Home Visiting Bill

11/01/18 - Commission's Report on Legalizing Marijuana Does Nothing to Assuage Concerns About Negative Impacts on Youth and Communities

09/13/18 - Legislature Overrides a Veto to Increase Access to Treatment

09/06/18- New Futures Releases 2018 Scorecard Tracking Legislators' Votes on Key Health and Wellness Policies

08/15/18 - New Hampshire's Plan to Fight Addiction Includes Evidence-Based Community Level Solutions

07/16/18 - New Futures Applauds Waiver Allowing Medicaid Reimbursement for Residential Treatment

06/29/18 - Medicaid Expansion Reauthorization Signed into Law

06/27/18 - New Hampshire is the Number One State for Child Well-Being

06/15/18 - New Hampshire's Funding to Fight Addiction Can Go Toward New Programming

06/05/18 - Children in New Hampshire are Living with their Parents' Addiction

05/03/18 - Medicaid Expansion Passes House Floor Vote

05/03/18 - House Bill 1809 Passes Senate

04/30/18 - Laconia Recovery Organization Weighs in on Medicaid Expansion

04/25/18 - Medicaid Expansion Makes Its Way to Final House Floor Vote

04/23/18 - Greater Derry-Area Leaders Discuss Medicaid Expansion

04/23/18 - Keene Organization Weighs in on Medicaid Expansion

04/06/18 - Hospital Executives and State Officials Announce Funding Plan for Alcohol Fund

04/05/18 - New Futures Statement on SB 313 House Passage

03/28/18 - New Futures Statement on SB 313 Committee Recommendation

03/22/18 - HB 656 Sent to Interim Study

03/20/18 - Statement Regarding President Trump's Plan to Combat Opioid Addiction

03/08/18 - Statement on the Senate Passage of SB 313, to reauthorize Medicaid Expansion

02/16/18 - Statement on SB 313 Amendment

02/15/18 - New Futures Statement on Gov. Sununu's State of the State

02/08/18 - Governor Sununu Signs SB 247 Into Law Adding Long Awaited Preventative Measures to Safeguard Granite State Children Against Lead Poisoning

02/01/18 - State Funding Cut for Continuum of Care Coordinators

01/29/18 - Linda Saunders Paquette retires from New Futures

01/18/18 - Advocates applaud NH Senate for passage of lead poisoning prevention bill

01/08/18 - New Futures' disappoinment in the House vote for marijuana legalization

12/19/17 - New Futures and Carsey School of Public Policy release report on challenges and solutions to neonatal abstinence syndrome in New Hampshire

11/27/17 - New Futures Welcomes New Board Members

11/14/17 - New Futures statement on the committee's vote on marijuana commercialization

11/10/17 - Congresswoman Ann McLane Kuster and Governor Christopher T. Sununu among those honored for outstanding contributions to improving the health and wellness of Granite Staters

10/26/17 - New Futures' Statement Regarding President Trump's Opioid Crisis Declaration

10/24/17 - New Hampshire Must Work to Improve Opportunities for Children in Immigrant Communities

10/19/17 - New Futures Appoints Jake Berry as New Vice President of Policy

09/25/17 - New Futures releases detailed scorecard highlighting how legislators voted on health and wellness policies

08/03/17 - New Futures Statement on President Trump's Description of NH as a "Drug-Infested Den"

07/12/17 - New Futures Applauds Signing of Kindergarten Bill

06/26/17 - New Hampshire Ranks Number One for Child Well-Being, But There Is Still Work to Be Done

06/22/17 - New Futures Applauds the Passage of SB 191, Increasing Funding for Full-Day Kindergarten

06/16/17 - Statement on the passage of SB 234, Syringe Service Programs

06/14/17 - Statement from New Futures regarding Committee of Conference decision on Alcohol Fund in the state budget

05/11/17 - Statement from New Futures regarding the passage of HB 640, relative to the penalties for the possession of marijuana

05/08/17 - Lack of substance misuse services and workforce now costing New Hampshire's economy over $2 billion per year

04/18/2017 - Full-Day Kindergarten is Critical for Early Childhood, Substance Misuse Prevention

04/06/17 - Advocating for a Budget that Improves the Health and Wellness of All Granite Staters

03/08/17 - New Futures Expands Mission to Health and Early Childhood Policies

03/6/2017 - The Annie E. Casey Foundation names New Futures NH's Kids Count grantee

02/10/17 - New Futures Commends Governor Sununu on Releasing a Budget Focused on Turning the Tide on NH's Opioid Crisis

12/15/16 - New Futures Expands Board for 2017 - Officially Welcomes Champions from Law Enforcement and Treatment Sectors

10/22/16 - Substance Misuse Advocates and State Senate Candidate Lee Nyquist Joined New Futures and NH Providers Association to Discuss Solutions to Opioid and Heroin Crisis

10/04/16 - New Futures Expresses Concern Over Trump's Comments on Heroin Crisis - Calls on Candidate to Create Policy Platform

09/12/16- UNH and New Futures Develop Guide to Accessing Addiction and Mental Health Services

09/08/16 - New Futures Releases Detailed Information on How Legislators Voted on Substance Misuse Policy

08/16/2016 - New Futures and its Advocates Hold State and Local Officials' Feet to the Fire on Substance Misuse Policy

06/01/2016 - Linda Saunders Paquette Will Remain with New Futures

03/31/2016 - New Hampshire State Senate Voters to Reauthorize Medicaid Expansion

03/09/2016 - New Hampshire House of Representatives Votes in Favor of Continuing Medicaid Expansion, Substance Use Disorder Treamtnet

03/07/2016 - Resignation of Linda Saunders Paquette

03/03/2016 - House Finance Committee Supports HB 1696, Substance Use Disorder Treatment for Thousands is One Step Closer to Reauthorization