Partners in Protection
Thank you to our wonderful partners in protection! We extend our sincere appreciation to our partners, without whom our efforts in raising awareness in New Hampshire around tick bite prevention would not be possible. Our grass-roots partners are helping us to spread the word about prevention in New Hampshire. We invite you to support these community-minded organizations.
BeBop Labs’ mission is to research, gather, and disseminate scientific data and knowledge to the public on impacts to health and environment, and supply public access to a collaborative science laboratory to educate, invent, and empower local individuals.
Child Care Aware of New Hampshire is a Child Care Resource and Referral program of Southern New Hampshire Services committed to serving all families who are seeking child care in New Hampshire. We also provide services to providers who are caring for the children in our State. The vision of Child Care Aware of New Hampshire is to provide a streamlined, cost efficient and high quality program for children, families and providers in the state of New Hampshire.
DPHCS promotes, protects, and preserves the health and well being of the Greater Nashua Public Health Region through leadership and community collaboration. They provide a range of direct services and engage a variety of partners on strategic initiatives to ensure the health and well being of every member of our community.
The Community Health Institute (The NH office of JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc.) is recognized nationally for empowering the communities we work with to improve their health and well-being. Our technical expertise includes developing social marketing/behavior change campaigns; evaluating public health programs; developing and delivering trainings; facilitating strategic planning efforts; and conducting needs assessments.
Lois’ Race against Lyme is a 5K run/walk to raise funds for medical expenses of local Lyme sufferers, and to contribute towards Lyme research. The race runs through historic Mine Falls Park in downtown Nashua along the banks of the Mill Pond and the Nashua Power Canal.
The mission of Mid-State Health Center is to provide sound primary health care to the community, accessible to all regardless of the ability to pay.
For 60+ years, the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation has strengthened and inspired communities by investing in charitable assets, making connections between students, organizations, and donors, and collaborating with others to address important public issues. The NHCF has and continues to improve communities across the state of New Hampshire.
The mission of the New Hampshire Camp Directors Association (NHCamps) is to serve and promote the educational and recreational interests of children and adults through organized camps in the state of New Hampshire.
The mission of the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets and Food is to support and promote agriculture and serve consumers and business for the benefit of the public health, environment and economy.
The mission of the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services is to help sustain a high quality of life for all citizens by protecting and restoring the environment and public health in New Hampshire. The protection and wise management of the state’s environment are the main goals of the agency.
As the guardian of the state’s fish, wildlife and marine resources, the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department works in partnership with the public to: conserve, manage and protect these resources and their habitats; inform and educate the public about these resources; and provide the public with opportunities to use and appreciate these resources.
The New Hampshire Division of Public Health Services promotes optimal health and well being for all people in New Hampshire and protects them from illness and injury. DPHS is charged with the authority and accountability to enforce laws to protect the public’s health in areas as varied as the inspection of food establishments and the prevention of childhood lead poisoning. To assure the public’s health, DPHS will work swiftly within the limits of the laws and the authority they grant.
NH Healthcare Workers for Climate Action are students, trainees, early, mid and late-career professionals, and retirees, from a wide variety of healthcare settings, both clinical and nonclinical. We work in independent practices, community hospitals, academic centers, laboratories, professional associations, nonprofits, local and state government, schools, long-term care facilities, and home care. We are from rural and urban NH communities. We are concerned by the impact of climate on individual and population health and see a hopeful way forward through education and advocacy in support of climate solutions.
Established in 1791, the New Hampshire Medical Society is dedicated and committed to advocating for patients, physicians and the medical profession, as well as the betterment of public health in the Granite State
Parkland Medical Center serves Southern New Hampshire with 24/7 emergency care, women’s health care, orthopedics, cardiology and cancer care.
The mission of the Seacoast Public Health Network (SPHN) is to strengthen public health partnerships in emergency preparedness, community health, and substance misuse prevention in order to better serve our communities.
Our child care centers provide high quality, affordable, dependable and nurturing environments for children of parents who are in school, job training, or working. Our highly trained staff provide individualized programs designed to fit each child’s needs with developmentally appropriate activities and experiences that encourage social, emotional, physical and cognitive growth.