Partnership for Public Health
We are committed to working in partnership with others toward a safer and healthier community.
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About the Partnership
Tammy Carmichael, Executive Director
Please join our staff and our partners in our desire to better understand the health problems confronting our citizens and in the development of strategies to respond to the public health needs of our community.
I urge you to use the resources on this and other websites to learn more about public health issues such as emergency preparedness, long term care, family caregiving, substance abuse prevention, chronic disease, and other relevant public health issues.
Publications & Resources
Datasheets, reports, videos and more organized to help you find the info you need.
Community Health Improvement Plan
Our collective vision is to build a healthy, resilient, and vibrant community for every person, and every family.
Winnipesaukee Public Health Council
Establishing public health priorities, advocating for the implementation of programs; practices and policies to improve health.
Annual Meeting 2023
Register for our Annual Meeting Here: http://bit.ly/3lolQ3T. We look forward to seeing you on April 6, 2023 for Partnership for…
Lakes Region CERT and MRC Statewide Recognition
The Partnership for Public Health, Winnipesaukee Public Health Network (WPHN) is proud to announce the Lakes Region Community Emergency Response…
Located in the heart of Laconia, PPHNH is a non-profit dedicated to building a healthier community. Our staff are available to help you locate services and to offer suggestions regarding how you can get involved in your community. Please give us a call at 603-528-2145
Partnering with the local community
We depend on the community to help us in taking action
Solving complex health and social issues cannot be achieved by a single person, or by a single organization. The solution requires communities; individuals, businesses, health and social service agencies, faith leaders, schools, government, civic groups and others connecting with one another, trusting one another, identifying shared goals, exchanging information and ideas and leveraging resources. This is public health in action.