Heart Disease Prevention Program

The Heart Disease Prevention Program is the centralized resource for those looking for resources connected to heart disease, blood pressure control, and stroke in NH.

The Heart Disease Prevention Program is funded through grants from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to:

Promote Technology for Patients

  • Promote the adoption and use of electronic health records (EHR) and health information technology (HIT) to improve patient and provider outcomes

Sustain Community Health Workers

  • Build a Statewide infrastructure to promote sustainability of Community Health Workers

Support Patients At Home

  • Allow for more patients across the state to be able to monitor their blood pressure at home, with support from their primary care providers


New Hampshire Healthy Lives-Heart Program (aka WISEWOMAN) is a federal program funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Those who are eligible for the Breast and Cervical Cancer Program, and are 40-64 years of age can benefit from the services offered.  These services include a heart screening (includes covering the cost of certain labs), as well as providing the opportunity for folks to attend classes that will help support a healthy lifestyle, such as yoga classes, Health Coaching, gym memberships, and WW (Weight Watchers).