The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is the largest agency in New Hampshire state government, responsible for the health, safety and well-being of the citizens of New Hampshire.
Food & Meals Assistance
Resources for citizens who need help getting food and meals to meet their nutritional needs.
Resources for individuals and families who are currently homeless or are at risk of becoming homeless.
Adult & Aging Care
Resources and support for adults 60 and older and adults between 18 and 60 with a chronic illness or disability.
A federal- and state-funded health care program that serves individuals and families who meet eligibility requirements.
Locating parents, establishing paternity, support obligations, and obtaining child and medical support for children.
Alcohol, Tobacco & Other Drug Misuse
Resources to help with the misuse of alcohol, tobacco and other substances.
DHHS Press Releases
January 26, 2023
NH DHHS Announces End of Federal Emergency SNAP Allotment
July 13, 2022
State of NH, Partners Launch Marketing Campaign to Address Critical Shortage of Child Care Workers
June 06, 2022
NH DHHS Receives CMS Approval to Expand Treatment Capacity for Adults with Serious Mental Illness
May 25, 2022
NH DHHS Provides Resources for New Hampshire Families During Infant Formula Shortage
What's New at DHHS
- BDS Systems Work
- Designated Receiving Facility (DRF) Data
- DHHS Roadmap 2023
- Monkeypox Information
- Opioid Abatement Trust Fund & Advisory Commission
- Pandemic Related Benefits Changes
- Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Gateway Integration
- Proposed Forensic Hospital Information Sessions
- Strategic Vision & Operational Efficiencies Quarterly Updates