With the mission of improving the health, wellness, and quality of life for all individuals in Strafford County, the Strafford County Public Health Network works to build one integrated system of community members, businesses, and health organizations working together to address public health needs.

The Strafford County Public Health Network is representative of the following municipalities: Dover, Rochester, Durham, Somersworth, Barrington, Farmington, Milton, Lee, Strafford, New Durham, Rollinsford, Middleton, Madbury, and the University of New Hampshire.

Volunteer with us!

If you are interested in learning more about public health, or want to sign up for your community as a volunteer, we can connect you with the right groups.

Upcoming Strafford County Public Health Network Events

Lead Poisoning in NH: What Landlords and Property Owners Need to Know
Join us for a FREE educational dinner program featuring guest speakers, Gail Gettens, and Ross Malcom, as we discuss lead poisoning in the state of New Hampshire and the programs available to assist with lead removal.

NH Addiction Summit 2019
Wednesday, November 20 from 8:30-3 p.m at Wentworth Douglass Hospital
Building trauma-informed communities is the theme of this year’s addiction summit.
Get tickets

Do you want more information about one of our initiatives? 

Take a look at our programs to take a closer look at the work we’ve done.

Interested how we operate? 
Our organizational structure page outlines exactly how our Public Health Network functions.

Want to meet the team? 
Our staff page will let you know the who’s who of Strafford County Public Health


Strafford County Public Health

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The Stafford County Public Health Network envisions a vibrant, healthy and productive community that values health and wellness. As a result our citizens thrive and prosper.

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