MANCHESTER, N.H. — The Farnum Center in Manchester, New Hampshire, has expanded to include a new outpatient facility for the treatment of addiction and substance misuse.

A ceremony opening the new facility was held Thursday. It will provide much-needed space for people enrolled in outpatient treatment services.

Last year, Easter Seals Farnum Center completed a major inpatient facility expansion in Franklin. The opening of the latest outpatient center means there are now three treatment facilities and more are in the future plans.

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