New PSA spotlights "Nashua Safe Stations"

NASHUA – In partnership with United Way of Greater Nashua, Pearl Marketing and Design recently produced a Public Service Announcement promoting the new “Nashua Safe Stations” program.

Safe Stations is a program that provides a path to treatment for people with substance use disorder.

The program is a partnership between the City of Nashua, American Medical Response and the Partnership for Successful Living. The PSA features Mayor Jim Donchess, Fire Chief Steven Galipeau, AMR Director Chris Stawasz and Partnership for Successful Living Executive Peter Kelleher. The video describes how the program works and is intended to give as much exposure to the public as possible so that this important tool in fighting the substance use crisis can be effective.

“We are very grateful to the coalition which has put Safe Stations in place and are already seeing positive results in our community,” said United Way President Mike Apfelberg in a Feb. 15 press statement. “We are also very thankful to Amanda Schneck and her team at Pearl Marketing and Design for stepping up to produce this tremendous PSA.” To view the video, go to United Way of Greater Nashua’s YouTube channel at