Plan4Health Nashua illustrates how community planning and public health have common ground when promoting policies that ensure safe and equitable access to physical activity and healthy eating. The project has also demonstrated how community members from all sectors can work together.

Anyone involved in intiatives, projects, or coalitions focused on community health planning, promotion or education are our target audience for our June 2nd training - join us! Learn the Community Readiness Model to maximize impact in your community.


This two-day workshop on May 19th & 20th will help you develop skills and strategies to more effectively and efficiently facilitate work groups, community groups, coalitions, and collaborations. Register online today! 

The City of Manchester, NH has been chosen as a finalist for the fourth annual RWJF Culture of Health Prize given by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Plan4Health Nashua is hosting a training to introduce key findings from their project on March 24th. Attend to learn about how Nashua is working to make the streets friendlier for walking and biking, learn about complete streets policies, and discover a new tool called the Complete Streets Guide.

When Colebrook discovered it needed major infrastructure improvements to the water and sewer system in the Main Street area, it decided to take a Complete Streets approach to the project.

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