Our Priorities

The H&EP workgroups are organized around the Partnership’s three current priorities focusing our collective efforts to advance our shared vision,
“Everyone in NH Has a Fair Opportunity to Live a Long Healthy Life”.

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Culturally Effective Organizations:
Increase organizational cultural effectiveness and improve the capacity of organizations in NH to provide high quality services to all populations (especially racial, ethnic and linguistic minorities) by incorporating the elements of a culturally effective organization.

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Workforce Diversity:
Increase a diversified work-force to support economic opportunities for Racial, Ethnic and Linguistic minorities and all populations in NH.

 

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Race, Ethnicity and Language (REaL) Data: Increase the capacity in NH for the collection of high quality REaL data across all systems at the state and local level to identify disparities and promote utilization of data to inform improvements, policies and procedures.

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Our Approach

Good health is based on a combination of individual, family, community and environmental factors. And right now, certain communities in our state have poorer health outcomes than others because of structural barriers to good health.

We are working to remove these barriers and open pathways to good health across New Hampshire communities

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Our Partnership

The Vision of the H&EP is Everyone in New Hampshire has a fair opportunity to live a long, healthy life.

Our Mission is to increase the success and effectiveness of public and private initiatives that work to promote health and equity for racial, ethnic, and linguistic minorities, and address the determinants of health through the collaboration of partners, leaders, and stakeholders committed to action within New Hampshire. 

I continuously am impressed by the work of groups around the state, many of them members of the Partnership, to host events that offer such great resources and information to advance equity and health for everyone in New Hampshire, especially racial, ethnic, and linguistic minorities.

-Nathalie Ahyi-Amendah
-Nathalie Ahyi-Amendah Program Director, Foundation for Healthy Communities

In NH we value that everyone lives freely, but that means ensuring everyone has equal opportunity to thrive.

-Trinidad Tellez
-Trinidad Tellez Director, Office of Health Equity, DHHS

Affiliated Entities

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Behavioral Health Equity Workgroup

A joint effort of the NH Health & Equity Partnership and the NH Children’s Behavioral Health Collaborative

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Diversity and Cultural Competency Training

Successful culturally effective organizations offer continuous learning and professional development for staff to support patient- and family-centered care and services.

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Cultural Awareness Health Care Work Group

A peer network of healthcare providers who are interested in creating change within their own organizations to offer improved culturally and linguistically appropriate services.