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NH DHHS Invites Residents to February 8th Event in Manchester to Focus on Recruiting New Foster Parents for Older Youth
02/07/2017 - DCYF is hosting the meeting on February 8th in Manchester, NH for community members interested in being a positive connection to an older youth in care through activity facilitation, mentoring or fostering.
First Results In Latest PFC Blood Testing Round Are Being Mailed To Participants
01/31/2017 - Division of Public Health Services is mailing perfluorochemicals (PFCs) blood test results to individuals from different communities affected by PFC drinking water contamination who had their blood tested for PFCs.
DHHS and Service Providers to Conduct Annual Count of the State’s Homeless Population on January 25th
01/24/2017 - DHHS and providers that serve homeless individuals and families will conduct the annual Point-in-Time (PIT) count to give a snapshot of how many people and youth are experiencing homelessness on any given day in New Hampshire.
New Hampshire Is Experiencing an Outbreak of Gonorrhea
01/19/2017 - The number of cases in New Hampshire has been increased by 250% during the past year compared with the previous baseline.
NH Department of Health and Human Services Releases the 2015–2016 Survey on Physical Activity and Physical Education in Public Schools
01/19/2017 - New 2015–2016 Survey on Physical Activity and Physical Education in Public Schools report released.
Nominate A Volunteer To Be Honored For Service To Seniors
01/18/2017 - DHHS announces that the NH State Committee on Aging and EngAGING NH are now accepting nominations for the Joseph D. Vaughan Awards.
Statement by DHHS Commissioner Jeffrey A. Meyers Regarding Residents Receiving Notification of Breach of DHHS Internal Files
01/03/2017 - The effort by the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services to notify potentially impacted individuals of the breach of DHHS internal files includes notification to families of clients who have passed away.

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