New Hampshire

Our allies in New Hampshire are proving that policy change is the key to improvements in the state’s health and wellness.

State Allies:

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New Futures • Concord, New Hampshire
Top Priorities for 2020

Propose program changes to Medicaid to improve child and family health outcomes

Implement SNAP incentive programs across the state

Achieve workplace accommodations for nursing mothers

In 2019, New Hampshire allies made big strides in their mission to keep the state’s young children safe and strong.

  • $19 million for full-day kindergarten.
  • $706,000 to expand access to home visiting services. 
  • $15 million in state investment for child care subsidies. 
  • $1 million in infrastructure support for a system of family resource centers.  
  • $19 million for a system of care for children’s behavioral health. 
  • $2 million to support childhood lead poisoning prevention programs. 
  • $750,000 for a school breakfast program.  

The Alliance for Early Success is achieving large-scale, long-lasting change for the state’s young children by providing our allies with powerful advantages that help them shape New Hampshire early childhood state policy.

  • Strategic, Outcomes-Focused Investments
  • Consulting and Strategy
  • Direct Access to National Expertise
  • Rapid Response Support
  • Connections/Access to Allies in Similar States
  • Roles in National Communities of Practice