House budget prioritizes the state’s children

The N.H. House passed a balanced state budget on April 11, and we are happy to report that this spending plan has the right priorities. The House’s state budget bill makes critical investments in New Hampshire’s children and ensures they have the essentials they need to thrive.

N.H. DCYF Advisory Board Backs Senate Plan to Staff Up Agency

The New Hampshire Division for Children Youth and Families advisory board is putting its weight behind a proposal to add dozens of new positions at the agency.

Sununu calls on lawmakers to fund $26M secure psychiatric hospital

CONCORD — The emergency room at Concord Hospital is a focal point in the state’s struggle to create enough psychiatric beds to meet the growing demand for mental health services.

Beyond the Stigma: 'Everyone deserves to be happy,' says UNH student with anxiety disorder

When Grace Griffin was growing up in Rye, a looming presentation in front of her class could send her into a panic attack.