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  • September 24, 2020

    LGBT Aging Readiness Scan NH

    LGBT older adults are less likely than their heterosexual peers to reach out to providers, senior centers, meal programs, and other entitlement programs because they fear sexual orientation- or gender- based discrimination and harassment. This LGBT Readiness Scan reports on findings from a one-year project that assessed readiness to care for, serve and protect LGBT older adults and includes recommendations for agencies wanting to put out the welcome mat for LGBT older adults.
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  • August 1, 2020

    Budget Table

    This template will open in Excel. Use this template to create your Budget Table.
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  • July 31, 2020

    NH Children's Behavioral Health Field Assessment: 3-Year Follow-Up

    The Endowment for Health (EH) is a statewide, private, nonprofit foundation dedicated to improving the health of New Hampshire's people, especially the vulnerable and underserved. EH engages in “field building” by providing resources to develop systems-change capacity within its priority areas (“fields”). Howard and Wu (2009) define a field as “a community of actors who engage in a common set of core practices with a common goal for their work” (p. 10). EH’s field building involves creating strong coalitions and networks, enhancing the NH knowledge base, growing leadership and advocacy capacity, developing shared measures and data-based decision making, and supporting other systems change capacities. EH currently supports five fields: children’s behavioral health, early childhood, health equity, healthy aging, and health policy.
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  • April 24, 2020

    Quick Guide on How to Use Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Benefits

    A quick reference guide on how to get treatment and who to call when you need support.
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  • April 24, 2020

    How to Access Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Benefits -- A Resource Guide for Consumers

    If you are experiencing a mental health or substance use disorder crisis, you are not alone. Help is near you! Once you get help, it’s important to plan how you will afford the treatment and services you need by enrolling in health insurance. Health insurance can help pay for ongoing mental health and substance use disorder treatment so you can afford it. If you or your family feel overwhelmed – don’t give up – this Guide can help!
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  • March 10, 2020

    Assessment of NH's Early Childhood and Family Mental Health Workforce, Full Report

    While mental health services have historically been targeted towards adolescents and adults, there is growing recognition of the need for increasing the availability and capacity of services and programs to promote healthy social, emotional development for young children and their families.
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  • February 13, 2020

    New Hampshire's Experiences with Medicaid Work Requirements

    This case study explores issues with Medicaid work requirements related to outreach, work supports, reporting systems, exemptions, and implications of coverage loss.
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  • January 22, 2020

    Symposium 2.0 Report

    On April 20, 2019 the Endowment for Health and its community partners held Symposium 2.0. This report documents the recommendations of six sector workgroups in service to the Race & Equity in NH Series.
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  • January 6, 2020

    Consumer Fact Sheet on Proposed Frisbie Memorial Hospital Transaction

    Frisbie Memorial Hospital filed a notice of proposed acquisition transaction with FMH Health Services, LLC, an affiliate of HCA Healthcare, Inc., whereby FMH Health Services would purchase substantially all of the assets of Frisbie Memorial Hospital. This fact sheet lists the potential benefits and potential concerns of the transaction and provides information about access, quality and costs of care.
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  • December 1, 2019

    Covering the Care: Health Insurance Coverage in NH - 2019 Update

    The uninsured rate in NH has been consistent in recent years, at just under 6% from 2015 through 2018, down from almost 11% in 2013. Nationally, the uninsured rate was approximately 9% in 2018. New Hampshire is in the middle range compared to other New England states.
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  • October 25, 2019

    NH Navigator

    New Hampshire residents who lose insurance due to the COVID-19 crisis are eligible for free assistance.
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  • October 19, 2019

    Consumer Fact Sheet on Proposed Exeter Health Resources Transaction

    Exeter Health Resources filed a notice of proposed transaction among Exeter Health Resources, Wentworth-Douglass Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital. This fact sheet lists the potential benefits and potential concerns of the transaction and provides information about access, quality and costs of care.
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