May 27, 2016 

“I had the privilege of meeting Annette and learning her story during a recent visit to Keystone Hall in Nashua, where Annette now serves as vice president. Though Annette faced these obstacles over 20 years ago, her experience remains all too common for Granite Staters. This year, hospitals in the state have reported that as many as 1 in every 10 babies are born with neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS), due to opioid exposure while in the womb.”

By Annie Kuster for the New Hampshire Business Review 

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