Partners in Protection

Thanks to our wonderful sponsors! We extend our sincere appreciation to our sponsors, without whom our efforts in raising awareness in New Hampshire around tick bite prevention would not be possible. We invite you to support these community-minded organizations.

Tick Free NH Council

New Hampshire Division of Public Health Services, Infectious Disease Surveillance Section & Climate and Health Program

New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services

New Hampshire Department of Fish & Game

Southern New Hampshire Services

Child Care Aware of New Hampshire

The Community Health Institute

BeBop Labs

NH Camp Directors Association

NH Department of Agriculture, Markets, and Food

Dan Bergeron

Heather Brack

Kathleen Bush

Andrew Buckley

Matt Cahillane

Matthew Casparius

Alyson Cobb

Christin D’Ovidio

Elizabeth Daily

Douglas Earick

Eric Feldbaum

Carolyn Fredette

Alexander Fries

Frank Grossman

Katrina Hansen

Sophia Japhet

Emma Kane

Charles Lubelczyk

Karyn Madore

Abigail Mathewson

Shaquanna McEachern

Kaitlyn Morse

Jason Philippy

David Rouseau

Partner Organizations

Thank you to our partners. Our grass-roots partners are helping us to spread the word about prevention in New Hampshire.

City of Nashua Division of Public Health and Community Services. 18 Mulberry Street, Nashua, NH 03060

Mid-State Health Center. Where your care comes together.

Parkland Medical Center

New Hampshire Charitable Foundation Planning a trip into the woods or gearing up for a hike? TrailsNH has every hiking trip report in the Northeast, WMNF Road Closings, ADK and WMNF Trail Advisories, and more. Protect yourself from tick bites before you head out.

Child Aware of New Hampshire

The Community Health Institute

Lois' Race Against Lyme 5k - Mine Falls Park, Nashua, NHLois’ 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.

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