We are one of 13 public health networks in the state of New Hampshire. We serve to strengthen public health partnerships in emergency preparedness, community health, and substance misuse in order to better serve our communities. LEARN MORE...
Public Health Emergency Preparedness
Public Health Emergency Preparedness is an important aspect of community health. Having the capacity to respond quickly and effectively in a public health emergency can save lives and minimize the effects of a public health threat.
Providing help for individuals, families, and communities to get informed, get involved and get help! You will find information on prevention efforts, effects of alcohol and other drugs, guidance on recovery and treatment and links to programs in the Granite State.
The Seacoast’s Community Health Improvement Plan was developed in 2015 and began with a five-month process that looked at state and regional health data. This process helped to formulate the six priority areas that we are working on today.
Our partner organizations throughout the region have the common goal of helping the community prevent, prepare for and respond to disasters, pressing public health needs and emergencies of all kinds. Volunteers are key to making our community a safer place to live. We look forward to working with you in this important community effort.
Our partners around the seacoast are made up of many organizations in the eastern Rockingham county of the state. There are many ways to become involved either by becoming an advisory board member, a workgroup member, or a volunteer! The following workgroups meet monthly: falls prevention in seniors, heart disease/stroke prevention, healthy living. Our emergency preparedness team meets bimonthly and our advisory board meets quarterly. Please consider joining one of these groups to help guide public health initiatives in the beautiful seacoast region of New Hampshire!