Are you looking for a job that will help make a difference in your community? Check-out our current openings & come our Public Health Network team! Click here to visit Greater Seacoast Community Health's career page & find the postings for the Emergency Preparedness Coordinator.
Who We Are
With the mission of improving the health, wellness, and quality of life for all individuals in Strafford County, NH, 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.
- Are you looking for a COVID vaccine? Visit Vaccines.NH.Gov to find available appointments
- Upcoming Free Vaccine Clinics:
- Flu Clinic: Goodwin Library in Farmington, Saturday January 28th, 10am - 12:30pm
- COVID & Flu Clinic: We Care Food Pantry, Milton, Friday, February 3rd, 9:30am - 12:30pm
- Interested in hosting a flu or COVID vaccine clinic in your community? Contact us at SCPHN@GoodwinCH.org
- Our friends at SOS Recovery are operating the Willand Emergency Warming Center. Learn more about the Warming Center on their website here, get updates about the Center, including when it's activated on their Facebook here.
- SCPHN has recently stepped in to help coordinate food donations for the Warming Center. If you or your group, organization or business are interested in donating prepared meals for dinner or breakfast to the Warming Center, please reach out to Brittany at BPotvin@GoodwinCH.org to learn how.
Public Health Networks play a vital role in connecting organizations, partners, and public with each other, and the resources needed during a crisis.
Strafford County Public Health is still working hard to respond to the COVID19 pandemic, coordinating with officials and experts to keep our community informed and healthy.
Use the links below to explore ways the Strafford COunty Public Health Network has been involved in the response to COVID19
Staying Safe During a Pandemic
Our Emergency Preparedness team is trained in responding to public health threats such as COVID-19. Visit our COVID19 Symptoms & Prevention page to learn more about how to avoid getting sick, identifying signs of COVID-19, and what to do if you see the symptoms. Take a look at some resources below to learn more about COVID19.
More time around the house can sometimes mean more risk of exposure to lead and lead poisoning, increased access to alcohol, prescription drugs, firearms, and increased screen time. Visit our Staying Safe at Home page for resources on how you can protect yourself and your family.
- 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
Public Health comes in many forms. Everyone in our community should be able to benefit from, as well as contribute to, public health. From clinical and medical professional volunteers working with New Hampshire Responds, to caring families hoping to give back to their neighbors, there are many ways YOU can get involved in Strafford County's Public Health Network.