Our 16th Annual 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament sponsored by Well Sense Health Plan was a wonderful success and we could not be more grateful. We had such a great day and our hearts are filled with gratitude. Thank you to our sponsors, our players and our volunteers. We could not do it without you.
On Saturday, March 26, 2016 Crispin’s House Coalition for Youth held our 16th Annual 3-on-3 Charity Basketball Tournament to help fund our prevention programs for the youth of our community. It was a fabulous day of good sportsmanship and great company with 70 teams taking it to the hoop for our programs. Thank you to […]
We are truly humbled and grateful for the overwhelming support you showed for our work and mission by voting YES on Article 21. Thank you! Every day, our work focuses on offering high-quality, research-based programs that provide a safety net and enrich the lives of our young people. It’s important work that changes lives, and it is made possible by your support. You. […]
Are you concerned about your child’s use of alcohol or other drugs? You may want to check out F.A.S.T.E.R (Families Advocating Substance Treatment, Education and Recovery), a Peer Support Group for Parents of Children, Teens and Young Adults with Substance Use Issues that is Free Confidential Comprised of Peers Respectful of other’s views Accepting of chemical dependency […]
The recent Community Forum on Mental Health and Substance Misuse can now be viewed on YouTube thanks to our ever talented friends at Goffstown Television (GTV). In case you missed it, Crispin’s House brought together a 10-member panel of experts on November 18 to talk about mental health and substance misuse here in Goffstown. […]
Crispin’s House Coalition for Youth is pleased to be offering financial assistance for children in grades 5-8 at Mountain View Middle School to participate in an afterschool program. If you want to attend, we want to help make it happen! Aid is awarded on a first come basis and all requests are confidential. For […]
Did you know that there is a drug-related death in New Hampshire every 27 hours? Or that alcohol and drug misuse costs New Hampshire more than $1.84 billion annually in lost productivity, increased healthcare expenditures and public safety costs? Or that NH youth aged 14-18 who reported using marijuana and alcohol were twice as likely […]