The goal of the New Hampshire Public Health Network is for all New Hampshire residents to be healthy and safe.
The Regional Public Health Networks, and this website, are currently undergoing a transition. Please check back for updated information.
For more information about the Regional Public Health Networks' work regarding substance misuse prevention, visit the
NH Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services.
For more information about the Regional Public Health Networks' work regarding public health emergency preparedness, visit the NH Division of Public Health Services.
The New Hampshire Public Health Network (NHPHN) is comprised of 14 community-based partnerships involving broad public health interests, including local health departments and health officers, health care providers, social service agencies, schools, fire, police, emergency medical services, media and advocacy groups, behavioral health, and leaders in the business, government, and faith communities, working together to address complex public health issues. We are successful when our residents lead long and healthy lives.
Currently, there are 14 Public Health Networks statewide, serving 14 defined Public Health Regions that include all of New Hampshire's towns and residents.