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Hospital adopts families for the holidays
Seacoast Sunday | 12/18/16

Doctor’s office on wheels
Seacoast Sunday | 12/11/16

Families First chosen for $75K Hearst Foundations grant
Press release | December 2016

Bank of America makes ‘Critical Needs’ grant to Families First
Press release| December 2016

Fundraiser for Families First (LuLaRoe)
Press release | December 2016

New thoughts on a mysterious tragedy (SIDS)
Seacoast Sunday | 11/6/16

Families First fundraiser at Ten Thousand Villages
Press release | November 2016

Families First calendar artists announced
Press release | October 2016

Building a strong community one performance at a time
Press release | September 2016

Portsmouth program makes Family Fun Night possible for struggling families
NHPR | 9/20/16

Addiction affects the entire family
Seacoast Sunday | 9/18/16

Race for a Cause at Pease will benefit Families First
Portsmouth Herald | 9/14/16

A founder of city’s prenatal clinic retires from obstetrics
Seacoast Sunday | 8/22/16

Senator visits Portsmouth health facility
Portsmouth Herald | 8/10/16

‘Silo’ mentality fails in treatment of addiction
Seacoast Sunday | 7/31/16

Piscataqua Savings awards $5K to Families First
Press release | July 2016

Families First receives $50,000 grant from Medtronic
Press release | July 2016

TD Bank Awards grant to Families First
Press release | July 2016

Staffing firm Digital Prospectors donates $15K to Families First
Press release | July 2016

New primary care provider joins Families First
Press release | July 2016

Agnes M. Lindsay Trust helps break down dental care barriers
Press release | June 2016

Tackling diabetes with positive attitude
Seacoast Sunday | 5/18/16

What we know about Suboxone (w/ video of Families First doctors)
NHPR.org | 5/4/16

Addiction treatment in primary care
NHPR.org | 5/4/16

Families First a great parenting resource
Portsmouth Herald | 4/29/16

HealthcareGIVES announces grants to battle addiction
Portsmouth Herald | 4/29/16

Families First hires Shanley to work with seniors
Press release | April 2016

Optometrists donate time for screenings at Families First
Press release | March 2016

Integrating behavioral and primary health care
(see “Patient Self-Management” section)
Social Work Today / March-April 2016

Families First dental director received recognition
Seacoast Sunday | 2/28/16

Families First receives $10K CVS Health Community Grant
Press release | February 2016

New program to help parents
Seacoast Sunday | 1/3/16


Interview on ‘Don’t Dis My Ability’

In Portsmouth, ACA primer fails to draw much interest

Health Care Signup Help: Families First Gives Assistance

Misconceptions abound about Medicaid eligibility (letter to the editor)

Families First raising funds for new mobile health care van

New Families First calendar a vibrant tribute to Seacoast

Set limits, outline expectations for the holiday season

Help campaign to buy new van (editorial)

Families First profile

Medical van for homeless on life support

Big Blue needs a hand helping homeless

Medicaid debate heats up after snag in NH Senate

Families First needs new van for health-care help

Thumbs up to supportive Seacoast community

Families First looks ahead during ‘challenging time’

Affordable care act starts with mixed reactions

Area health officials voice support for more Medicaid

Alzheimer’s Café an ‘exciting’ new option for support

Affordable health care marketplace opens

When to use the ER — and when not to

Anthem decision on affordable health care hits home

When your child doesn’t rise and shine (communicating with schools)

Families First integrates physical, behavioral health care

Rep. tours Families First to see impact of federal sequestration cuts

Shea-Porter visits Families First Health Center

Sequestration Worries Families First Health Center

New Hampshire Health Centers Awarded Grants

Families First wins contest funds at NHCF meeting

Nonprofits ‘Make the Pitch’ for funding

Families First to compete for Foundation grant

Portsmouth Rotary recognizes ‘unsung heroes’

Support Medicaid expansion (op–ed by our Board chair)

Oral health and public health are one and the same

Nutritional Guidelines for Your Toddler

Your child’s first dental exam (pp. 14-15)


Community health care programs on the chopping block

Dental care demand rises

Giving back: Calendar cover artist has ties to Families First

Resist temptation to cut health care

Hospital CEO speaks at Families First annual meeting

FQHCs offer 2nd home for retired dentists (featuring Dr. Homicz)

Families First’s home visiting program

Growth of poverty spreads across Seacoast

Getting the family organized key to successful school year

Center offers resources for parents and children (news video)

Families First’s Health Care for the Homeless Program (news video)

NH state budget strains web of social services

Families First honored, receives $25,000 grant

Students serve Common Table meal, learn about homelessness

Guinta tours Families First community health center

Resources the issue with providing care for needy (letter to the editor)

Cuts to community health centers are not prudent (letter to the editor)

Community health cuts won’t save state money (letter to the editor)

NH advantage dying in state legislature (letter to the editor)

Community health center cuts will not save money (letter to editor)

Health center cuts would cost more in long run (letter to editor)

Fight to keep community health center funding (letter to editor)

Health Centers Air Concerns Over Proposed Budget Cuts

Tooth fairy tale: Local homeless man gets new lease on life thanks to new teeth

The art of keeping time: Local artists participate in Families First art calendar fundraiser

16 Minutes: Open Doors to Health in New Hampshire (video)

Families First blogs about winning grant from Tom’s of Maine

Tobey and Merrill Insurance donates $7K to Families First

Families First set sights on helping with eye exams

Families First gets $345K grant from Foundation for Seacoast Health

Keep cool: Families First offers anger help for everyday parenting