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  • November 14, 2020

    Creating a System of Care, Year 1 Report

    In 2016, Governor Sununu signed into law a bill that required the Departments of Education and Health and Human Services to work together to develop a comprehensive system of care for children with behavioral health needs. Annual reports document progress including expenditures associated with children’s behavioral health care across state agencies, and an assessment of whether services are consistent with a system of care approach. The Year 2 report documents gaps in the service array and highlights ongoing and planned quality improvement efforts. The Year 3 report was released in May 2019 and highlights additional improvements to the children’s behavioral health system of care.
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  • September 30, 2020

    2020 Audited Financial Statements

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  • September 30, 2020

    IRS Form 990-PF 9.30.20

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  • September 2, 2020

    Certificate of Good Standing

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  • September 2, 2020

    Certificate of Good Standing

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  • August 31, 2020

    LGBT Aging Readiness Scan New Hampshire

    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 report includes recommendations for agencies who want 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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  • July 1, 2020

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

    The Behavioral Health Improvement Institute (Keene State College) developed an assessment process, Field Assessment Tool (FASST) to estimate field development across 7 domains and 32 items based on key informant interviews. The FASST was first used to assess the conditions of NH’s Children’s Behavioral Health (CBH) field in 2017. This report examines the results of a repeat assessment three years later.
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  • July 1, 2020

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

    The Behavioral Health Improvement Institute (Keene State College) developed an assessment process, Field Assessment Tool (FASST) to estimate field development across 7 domains and 32 items based on key informant interviews. The FASST was first used to assess the conditions of NH’s Children’s Behavioral Health (CBH) field in 2017. This report examines the results of a repeat assessment three years later.
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  • June 30, 2020

    IRS 990-PF 6.30.20

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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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