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Posted on: February 9, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Provide Feedback on the 2020 Greater Nashua Community Health Assessment!

As a part of the continuous community health improvement process, the City of Nashua Division of Public Health and Community Services (DPHCS) has completed the 2020 Community Health Assessment (CHA). A CHA is a process by which community members gain an understanding of the health concerns and needs of the community by identifying, collecting, analyzing, and disseminating information on the community’s assets, strengths, resources, and needs. 

This 2020 Greater Nashua CHA is the fourth comprehensive CHA conducted by the Nashua DPHCS and their Public Health Advisory Council partners. It is a product of the dedication and collaboration of over 33 organizations, programs, and City departments serving the GNPHR. Like the previous CHAs, this data from the assessment will be used to prioritize health issues, develop goals and strategies to improve health outcomes, and implement evidence-informed initiatives to make our community a healthier place to live, work, and thrive.

DPCHS has now posted the draft chapters of the 2020 CHA and are looking for feedback from our community. We welcome community members to review the CHA and give us any comments, ideas, and suggestions. This year, our CHA is completely online as a live, interactive document, available here: 2020 Greater Nashua Community Health Assessment.

If you have any feedback, please provide it by completing our online feedback form. You can also complete a print copy of the feedback form available for download here. This form can be sent to us via email (, fax (603-594-3452), or mail (City of Nashua Division of Public Health and Community Services, c/o Angela Consentino, 142 Main Street, Suite 410, Nashua, NH 03060). We value your input and thank you in advance for being part of the process.  

For additional information, please contact Angela Consentino, Epidemiologist, at the City of Nashua Division of Public Health and Community Services at 603-589-4542.

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