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The JSI New Hampshire office, established in 1995, is also known locally as the Community Health Institute (CHI). We carry the unique distinction as NH’s Public Health Institute by the National Network of Public Health Institutes. We are part of the JSI Northern New England group along with JSI Vermont.

JSI New Hampshire is recognized nationally for empowering communities we work with to improve their health and well-being. Our technical expertise includes, but is not limited to:

Our partners represent a broad spectrum of community health sectors that cross the lifespan, including maternal and child health, substance use disorder, tobacco, oral health, emergency preparedness, juvenile diversion, aging and more. JSI New Hampshire values our community collaborations and pursues opportunities to support all people in achieving optimal health and wellness.

Interested in learning more about our work or want to connect with a team member? Email us.

New Hampshire

501 South Street
2nd Floor
Bow, NH 03304

Phone: 1.603.573.3300

Fax: 1.603.573.3301

Director, JSI/New Hampshire

Katie Robert

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Awards

13 Awards in Excellence in the categories of Public Health Communication, Not-For-Profit & Corporate Marketing, Annual Reports and Other Major Reports, Outsourced Production, and an honorable mention as a Promising Practice.

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Steps

In 2020, our NH staff “stepped up” and collectively walked the number of steps it would take to walk from our NH office to Villahermosa, Tabasco, Mexico.

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Miles

Our location in Bow, NH is known as N’dakinna (Our Homelands) by the Abenaki tribe. The Abenaki used these 117 miles of waterway for transportation, agricultural spaces, and for medicines.

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