Programs & Outreach

Mobile Van Outreach

the van

The City of Nashua Division of Public Health and Community Services Community Health Department (DPHCS CHD) has been providing outreach services on a mobile van for over 25 years. We have served thousands of clients and built a relationship within the Greater Nashua Community. We are very excited to announce that we are hitting the road again in our new and improved van. The van will have scheduled departures and also will be available as needed for events and activities. 

The schedule for our mobile van is TBD at this time ... stay tuned for monthly updates in the new year. Check our Facebook for daily updates on our activities, health news, and what's happening! 

Mobile Outreach Services include:

  • Vaccinations for children and adults: Influenza, Pneumonia, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Shingles, Td (Tetanus, Diptheria), Tdap (Tetanus, Pertussis, Diptheria), Dtap, MMR, Varicella, Polio, Rotavirus, Hib, Meningitis and HPV
  • Blood pressure screenings 
  • Child blood lead level screenings
  • HIV and HCV testing, counseling, and referral to services 
  • Tuberculosis testing 
  • Syringe services 

Health Education

Fulfilling its responsibilities of preventing disease and promoting health/wellness in the community, the department provides health education to individuals, groups, service organizations, industries and schools focusing on the health issues pertinent to each group.

Lead Program

The objectives of the program are to lower blood lead levels in children reported with elevated lead levels and to prevent lead poisoning. Follow up activities to referrals include education and home visits with  a Community Health Worker. Services and education provided are FREE. 

Asthma Home Visiting Program 

The goal of this program is to assist you in learning more about asthma, your child's triggers, and managing your child's asthma. The program consists of four visits with a Community Health Worker. To learn more about this FREE program, contact your child's school nurse, your medical provider, or the Nashua Health Department.