To facilitate access to programs and services that develop resiliency, promote healthy behaviors and safeguard the health of the Greater Nashua community through partner engagement and collaboration.
An empowered community where all people have access to equitable opportunities and resources that foster and sustain optimal health and well-being.
A Community Health Assessment (CHA) is a process by which community members gain an understanding of the health concerns and needs of residents with information about the community's assets, strengths, resources and needs.
A Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) uses the results of a health assessment to set goals and objectives for addressing the community’s most pressing health needs.
Public Health Emergency Preparedness brings regional partners together to be better prepared to respond to large-scale public health emergencies within our community.
Epidemiology is the branch of public health that focuses on investigating patterns of disease and measuring the health of a community.
The Greater Nashua Region Community Connections Guide to Recovery is an easy to use directory of programs, services, and agencies that provide expertise regarding Mental and Behavioral Health and SUD through a whole-person approach.