The mission of the Central NH Public Health Network is to build a sustainable public health partnership that serves our communities. Mid-State Health Center acts as the fiscal agent of the public health network.
The Central NH Public Health Network is a regional collaboration, working to enhance and improve public health-related services within the region. The Central NH Public Health Network is hosted by the Central NH Health Partnership (CNHHP). CNHHP is a collaborative of organizations working to enhance and improve community health and public health-related services throughout the region. The mission of CNHHP is to improve the health and well-being of Central New Hampshire communities by collaborating to optimize prevention, access, and coordination.
The CNHHP hosts the Central New Hampshire Public Health Network, one of 13 regional public health networks in New Hampshire. Each public health network includes a host agency that convenes, coordinates, and facilitates a broad partnership of organizations and individuals who contribute to or have a stake in the health of their region. Each host agency provides leadership through a regional Public Health Advisory Council and provides a variety of services including Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Substance Misuse Prevention.
Communities within the Central NH region are: Alexandria, Ashland, Bristol, Bridgewater, Campton, Ellsworth, Groton, Hebron, Holderness, Lincoln, Plymouth, Rumney, Thornton, Warren, Waterville Valley, Wentworth, and Woodstock.
To learn more about the Central NH Health Partnership, visit: cnhhp.org.
Central NH Community Conversation (Video Below)- February 2021