Connections for Health (CfH) is an alliance of stakeholders who serve as the infrastructure for transforming Integrated Health services delivery throughout the Strafford County and Seacoast area to improve population health. Supported by a Medicaid 1115 Demonstration Waiver (DSRIP), CfH is focused primarily on serving the approximately 30,000 Medicaid members in our Regional Integrated Delivery Network. Committed to full inclusion and transparency, CfH aims to develop and incentivize integrated models of service delivery that center and empower each person as an agent of change. Working together we can bridge gaps, remove barriers, and stimulate the culture change that will maximize our region’s mental health, substance use, primary care and social services capacity to ensure that the right care is available, accessible and delivered at the right time and place for the consumer.




The Connections for Health Operations Team is a collection of members with deep and broad professional training and experience that spans every sector of our network, including the highest levels of State Administration, Hospitals and Health Networks, Health Centers, Public Health Networks, Non-Profits of every scope and size. Our collective experience includes areas like Health Care Administration, Behavioral Health, Public Health, Emergency Services, Nursing, Substance Use Treatment and Recovery, University Research, Privacy Compliance and more.  The CfH Team delivers the facilitative services and supports, content expertise and technical assistance that partners need to meet our collective missions and thrive in an ever-evolving health and social services landscape.



Connections for Health supports a number of projects throughout the Seacoast Region that are all intended to develop workforce and communications solutions to build inter-agency and multi-sector capacity to enhance integrated health services, transitions of care, enhance care coordination and expand SUD treatment.


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