Due to recommended social distancing for Public Health, we are saddened to inform you that the in-person 13th Annual Morning Matters Breakfast on May 14, 2020 will not be held. The amazing panel of experts on Perinatal Substance Use Disorder, led by Daisy Goodman, DNP, of Dartmouth, will convene when it is safe to do so. Their discussion will virtually educate us on the epidemic of addiction that is also plaguing our state. In the coming weeks, as details are finalized, please check back here for information on the critical work Amoskeag Health is doing to ensure the physical, mental and emotional health of our children and their families during this time of social isolation and high-stress levels.

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Morning Matters 13th Annual Breakfast

(Postponed) May 14, 2020
7:30 AM – 9:00 AM
DoubleTree by Hilton Manchester Downtown

Amoskeag Health’s Perinatal Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Program provides moms, babies, and families with the resources they need for the best possible health outcomes. 

Please join us at Morning Matters for a complimentary breakfast and panel discussion, led by Daisy Goodman, DNP, Dartmouth-Hitchcock, on the impact of substance use by women during and after childbirth.

For questions or to attend, please contact Mary Littlejohn by calling 603-296-9212 or emailing

Keynote Speaker, Daisy Goodman, DNP, MPH, CNM, Director of Integrated Women’s Health Services, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Moms in Recovery Program, has over 20 years of experience providing clinical care and developing programs to reduce the impact of substance use on pregnant and parenting people and families. Dr. Goodman will be joined by a panel of NH experts who will address the complex factors of substance use prevention, treatment and recovery for women during and after childbirth in New Hampshire.

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Program Sponsor:

Advocate Sponsor:

CCA Global Partners

Lavallee/Brensinger Architects Fund

Linder Dental Associates, PC

Well Sense Health Plan

Table Sponsors

Harvey Construction Corporation

Manchester Community College

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