SYSTEMS OF CARE FOR HEALTHY AGING IN NEW HAMPSHIRE
All Granite Staters should have access to the services they need and the ability to choose where and how they age in New Hampshire. Home and community-based services offer care where you choose to live. Investing now is a cost-effective way to provide those choices to older adults.
IN THE NEWS
- Op-Ed in the Concord Monitor by Doug McNutt: A Better System of Care for New Hampshire
- Op-Ed in the Union Leader by Christina FitzPatrick: Granite Staters deserve to age at home and in their community
- LTE in the Concord Monitor by Randy Hayes on SB 36
- Op-ed in the Concord Monitor by Marc Lacroix
The Senate Finance Committee will hold a public hearing on the state budget (HB1 and HB2) on Tuesday, May 2nd at 1pm and at 6 pm in Representative's Hall in the State House in Concord. We need to advocate with all of the Senate Finance Committee members - there are some indications that they want to make cuts, and we need to ensure that the System of Care for Healthy Aging (SB36) and the other services that support older adults are not cut. Advocates for older adults need to go all in for the next two weeks by contacting the Senate Finance Committee members, writing letters to the editor, and contributing stories.
- Email or Call: Senate Finance Committee Members
- Share your story About Home and Community Based Services for Older Adults
- Write a letter to the editor of your local paper.
- Testify at the Public Hearing on May 2nd
- Let me know if you plan to attend the hearing and/or if you need any help with testimony or a letter to the editor. firstname.lastname@example.org