WCAX.com (Concord, New Hampshire) September 16, 2010
"New Hampshire residents have a new tool to help teens avoid prescription drug abuse. It's a growing problem in the Granite State. Officials say one in five New Hampshire teens abuse prescription drugs. In fact, last year more Granite Staters died from prescription drug overdoses than car crashes. Today the state is unveiling a new website: drugfreeNH.org. It was created by a governor-appointed commission and public health officials. The site provides parents with information about the problem and available resources for help."