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FAQs for Licensed Alcohol and Drug Professionals

Frequently asked questions for the NH OPLC Board of Licensed Alcohol and Other Drug Use Professionals.

If you are located in New Hampshire and are providing Licensed Alcohol and Drug Professional Services to a consumer located in another jurisdiction, you are considered to be practicing in New Hampshire and do you need to be licensed in this state?

If you are located in another state and are providing Licensed Alcohol and Drug Professional Services to a consumer located in New Hampshire, you are considered to be practicing in New Hampshire and need to be licensed in this state.

In either case, you might also be considered to be practicing in another jurisdiction. This statement is not intended to interpret the laws of any other jurisdiction.

If you are about to engage in Licensed Alcohol and Drug Professional Services in New Hampshire you would be advised to contact the Board of Alcohol and Other Drug Use Professionals to check if the provider is licensed in New Hampshire (603) 271-2152 or check online.