Since 2012, the NH Disability and Health Program has worked with state and national partners to improve the accessibility and inclusion of people with disabilities in public health programs and initiatives.
This collection of infographics shows the impact and successes of DPH during the most recent 5-year project period. From July 2016 to June 2021, project activities aimed to improve the health and quality life of people with disabilities in New Hampshire by developing and strengthening the capacity of the state's public health programs and initiatives.
This series illustrates successful collaborations with community, state, and national partners. We hope these stories inspire readers and generate ideas and new partnerships to promote the inclusive and accessible public health programs.
Volunteers Complete Clean-Up at NH Accessible Trails
Policy Changes Emphasize Equity and Make Public Health More Accessible for People with Disabilities
Health Care Providers Improve Disability-Competent, Responsive Care
Improved State Surveillance to Inform and Educate New Hampshire and other State Tobacco Cessation Programs
This collection of stories illustrates the accomplishments and successful partnerships of DPH from the first four years. From 2012 to 2016, project activities aimed at promoting health, preventing chronic disease, and improving emergency preparedness to enhance the quality of life among people with disabilities in New Hampshire.