Mobile Healthcare Available in Milford

Lamprey Healthcare has a Mobile Health Service Van that brings critical health-related services out into the community. This helps remove barriers for individuals to establish primary care and ensure they are getting the help and preventative services they need. The mobile van is at SHARE Outreach, 1 Columbus Ave., Milford, NH every Tuesday from 1:30…

Self Care for New Moms

Focusing on a new baby often causes a new mother to put her own needs aside. While focusing attention on a new infant is extremely important, it is also important for Mom to take time for self-care and listen to signs from her body to take time for herself. Take a look at this article…

How to help avoid holiday meltdowns

The holidays are a fun and festive time to visit with friends and family. Special decorations, traditions, food and fun activities make it an exciting time. But the holidays can also present challenges for our young children whose lack of emotional regulation and adaptability to schedule changes can lead to feelings of overwhelm and frustration.…

Tips for Promoting Social-Emotional Development birth to age 3

Social-emotional wellness is often known as infant “mental health” by early childhood professionals. It is through relationships that young children develop social emotional wellness. Relationships provide the loving context necessary to comfort, protect, encourage, and offer a buffer against stressful times. Read more here on tips to promote social-emotional development in your children: Birth to…

Continuous Medicaid coverage is ending…FREE help available when navigating health insurance marketplace plans

If you are no longer eligible for Medicaid but still need health insurance, you can contact the New Hampshire Navigators to explore other health insurance options. New Hampshire has two Health Insurance Navigators that provide health insurance enrollment assistance in person, virtually, and by phone, at no cost to you. The Health Insurance Marketplace® provides…

How to Help Prevent Back-to-School Sickness

Your kids will experience many new things as they head back to school: new teachers…new friends…new classrooms…and new germs! 🤧🤢🤒 As parents, we hate to see our kids get sick. Whether they are headed to preschool this year or they’re off to college, it’s important to help them stay healthy and bring fewer germs home…

End 68 Hours of Hunger

End 68 Hours of Hunger is a public not-for-profit effort to confront the approximately 68 hours of hunger that some school children experience between the free lunch they receive at school on Friday afternoon and the free breakfast they receive at school on Monday morning. This program puts nourishing food in the hands of school…

Support for Families When Caring For a Special Needs Child

Are you a parent/caregiver looking for additional support for a child who has been diagnosed with developmental delays, a disability, or chronic illness? Family Voices has an online resource library with literacy-friendly materials to support the health and wellbeing of children and youth with special health care needs. Visit www.familyvoices.org/resources to access and share these…