New Hampshire Healthy Aging Data Report

The 2019 New Hampshire Healthy Aging Data Report is designed to help advocates and leaders across the state understand more about the health of older people throughout the state.

The report includes 244 Community Profiles —one for every city and town in New Hampshire, plus neighborhoods in Nashua and Manchester. Each Community Profile includes 166 indicators of health as well as state averages.

The report was funded by Tufts Health Plan Foundation with research led by the Gerontology Institute of the John W. McCormack Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies at the University of Massachusetts Boston.

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Connect with Others Who Care About Healthy Aging

The New Hampshire Alliance for Healthy Aging (NHAHA) is a statewide coalition of over 300 participants focused on aging issues. You can become an advocate for the priorities established by NHAHA, which include:

  • A permanent statewide entity on aging which can champion issues affecting older people across all state agencies, build effective public/private partnerships and focus attention on creating an age-friendly state.
  • Adequate and sustainable funding to support and promote healthy aging in New Hampshire.