Meeting of the NH Commission on Aging

Who We Are

The Commission on Aging was established in 2019 to advise the governor and the general court on policy and planning related to aging. A more age-integrated New Hampshire fostered by forward thinking public policy and initiatives will ensure we can all thrive as we age.

RSA Chapter 19-P: State Commission on Aging

NH Commission on Aging Newsletters

Connecting Older Adults

Visit our Newsletter archives to read our past issues.

2022 Annual Report Now Available

Cover image for COA 2022 Annual Report

This year's annual report, shared November 1st 2022 with the Governor and the NH State Legislature features recommendations in three broad areas:

  • Strengthening our Long-Term Services & Supports System of Care
  • Growing the Direct Care Workforce
  • Advancing Age Friendly Policies, Systems, & Environments

Check out the Executive Summary or Full Report

Older Adult Volunteer Awards

2023 Nominations Sought! Deadline extended

Exceptional Volunteers sought for the NH State Commission on Aging Annual "Older Adult Volunteer" awards! Nomination submission accepted through the end of day Friday, March 17, 2023. Please return the nomination form to:

The Governor of New Hampshire and the New Hampshire Commission on Aging annually seek to honor individuals or couples over the age of 60 who are volunteering in ways that serve to build strong communities in each county of the State. Celebrating the contributions of people demonstrates the difference any one of us can make at any point in our lives on the lives of others. We all benefit when older adults remain engaged, independent, and included.

An Awards Ceremony will be schedule during the month of May in observation of Older Americans Month. Governor Sununu, schedule permitting, will attend the ceremony to acknowledge and celebrate the hard work of these volunteers.

Older Americans Month - Aging Unbound: May 2023