Recently Adopted Administrative Rules

Recently adopted Administrative Rules pertaining to NH DHHS.

When a proposed rule is approved by the Joint Legislative Committee on Administrative Rules (JLCAR) and adopted by the Department, the ARU prepares a certified copy of the rule in collaboration with the Office of Legislative Services, which is the office that is responsible for posting the official version of the rule on their website. Depending on the effective date of the rule, and the length of the certification process, recently adopted rules may be posted here to the DHHS website. Note that the Adopted Rules posted here are for informational purposes only and may be subject to editorial changes before being considered the "official" version. All official versions of DHHS rules are located at the New Hampshire Office of Legislative Services website.

He-M 524 "In-Home Supports"

Adopted Rule 

He-C 1000 "Opioid Abatement Trust Fund and Advisory Commission"

Adopted Rule 

He-P 311 "Temporary Acute Care Centers Located within a Hospital"

Adopted Rule

He-C 6910.06 "Employment Related Child Care Scholarship Eligibility" (Division of Economic and Housing Stability)

Adopted Rule

 

He-W 696 "Nutritional Supplement for Working Families (NSWF)" (Bureau of Family Assistance)

Adopted Rule

He-W 670.03 "Determination of the Grant" (Bureau of Family Assistance)

Adopted Rule

He-P 4090.01 "Annual Limits on Intake (ALI) and Derived Air Concentrations (DAC) of Radionuclides for Occupational Exposure; Effluent Concentrations; Concentrations for Release to Sanitary Sewerage" (Public Health Services)

Adopted Rule

He-C 1501 "Data Submission of Health Care Facility Discharge Data" (Health Facility Administration)

Adopted Rule

Emergency Rules

Emergency rules are rules that forgo the public hearing and comment period process.  These rules are effective upon filing and expire 180 days from their effective date. Unlike other rules, when an emergency rule expires, the original rule it amended or repealed comes back into effect and remains in effect until the original rule's expiration date.

He-M 614 "Process for Involuntary Emergency Admission"

Emergency Rule

Expires: September 12, 2022

Contact: Allyson Zinno, Administrator