The City of Nashua, Division of Public Health and Community Services is happy to release the 2014 Community Health Assessment (CHA). CHAs are used in a variety of ways, and organizations in our region have used it for grant proposals, program planning, strategic planning and in higher education.
The Community Services Department offers a brochure (PDF) that can be distributed to community members who would like to learn more about health in Nashua.
If your organization would like a presentation on the 2014 CHA, let us know by filling out the online request form or emailing Ashley Conley. We will be happy to share our findings.
A feedback form (DOC) is available to provide feedback that we can use to improve our 2017 Community Health Assessment.
Focus Group Summary Report
The Division of Public Health and Community Services (DPHCS) is now in the process of conducting the 2014 CHA and has partnered with a 21-member Advisory Board to collect data and publish a completed report which will be released in September 2014.
As part of this assessment, the DPHCS and Advisory Board wanted to collect qualitative data from residents in the City of Nashua and the 12 surrounding towns to enhance the data that was collected in the 2011 CHA, which was mostly quantitative data. These towns are: