About The PHC
The Public Health Council of the Upper Valley (PHC) is comprised of community leaders and representatives from many community sectors. These partners work together to create a more healthy, safe, supportive, and vital Upper Valley.
PHC members work together to set regional health priorities, provide guidance to regional public health activities, and ensure coordination of health improvement efforts. In the Upper Valley, the PHC leverages and coordinates existing and new resources to address priorities. We work by encouraging multi-disciplinary partnerships, sharing innovative approaches across the region, and improving consistency of public health approaches across towns.
In January 2016, members of the PHC adopted a Charter to describe how the Council operates, how leadership is selected, and what roles members play. This Charter was updated in September 2017 to reflect major organizational changes in the organization.