A message from NHCarePath

Hello NHCarePath Partners,  

DHHS is pleased to inform you that we will be sending this and all future communication to through our account from Mail Chimp. It is anticipated that we will be communicating to you at least once every other month to provide NHCarePath Partners with resources. 

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Wendi Aultman, Administrator
NHCarePath and NH ServiceLink Aging and Disability Resource Center
129 Pleasant Street, Concord NH 03301
Ph: (603) 271-9068
Cell:  (603) 724-7983

NHCarePath's new e-newsletter

NHCarePath Leadership at DHHS will be utilizing Mail Chimp to send out communications to NHCarePath Partners including informational updates, memos and announcements, meeting communications, etc. All NHCarePath messages will be posted to the NHCarePath website on the Partner Resources Outreach Page. 
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With Mail Chimp you as partners are able to:

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  • Invite others at the NHCarePath Partner Agency to subscribe
  • Stay abreast of upcoming events

Regional Partner Referral Contacts Listing

Stay up to date and connect with our partners.

View the most recent listing.
Learn More about the topics from the February 8, 2017 Statewide NHCarePath Partner meeting

Visit the GSIL Advocacy Page  

Disability Rights Center 

Overview of NH’s Adult Protection Program 
Presenter:  Rachel Lakin, Administrator Adult Protective Services Program

Help for people with QMB who get bills from their Medicare providers

If you’re among the 7 million Americans enrolled in the Qualified Medicare Beneficiary (QMB) Program, doctors, suppliers, and other providers aren’t allowed to bill you for Medicare costs when you receive covered medical services, equipment, and supplies. Your Medicare premiums, as well as costs like deductibles, coinsurance, and co-payments, are all a benefit under the QMB program.

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has heard from older consumers and people with disabilities who reported getting wrongful bills for medical care, even though they had QMB coverage. Older consumers have also submitted complaints to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, reporting that debt collectors repeatedly attempted to collect these types of bills, or sent this information to credit reporting companies.

Read or download a tip sheet about QMB and provider billing.

New NHCarePath Flyer

PillsNHCarePath has designed a flyer intended to share information from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and important information about responses to the nationwide opioid crisis for people with Medicare Part D. This flyer discusses restrictions that are in place that may affect people when they visit their pharmacy with an opioid prescription.

Read or download the flyer.

Identity theft: What to look out for

Read this guide, designed for victims of identity theft, detailing what to do, and who to contact. Navigating through the system as an identity theft victim can be a lengthy and confusing process. As you contact law enforcement, creditors, and financial institutions, it is important that you keep track of the actions you take. When your identity is stolen your personal identifiers can be misused in a variety of different ways. Read the guide.

New on the NHCarePath Website

The NHCarePath continues to be a valuable resource for those looking for services.  Checkout the resources below.
Substance Use and Disorder Training 

Presentation slideIn this training you will learn about substance use disorders, the continuum of care in New Hampshire, the brain science of addiction, and damaging affects of stigma.

Learn more.
Introduction to Serving Individuals with Mental Illness   

In this training you will learn mental health definitions, the structure of services, the value of person-centered language, the affect of stigma and much more.

Learn more.

  New RAP Sheet Released

NH Raps SheetThe most recent edition of RAP Sheet, “Time For Fun,” is now available online. RAP Sheet is a collaborative newsletter of Disability Rights Center – NH, the Institute on Disability, and the NH Council on Developmental Disabilities. This publication brings you the latest in disability research, advocacy, policy, and practice.

Playing is a crucial part of a balanced life - it recharges our batteries, opens the door to friendship, and unlocks creativity. With its lakes, mountains, beaches, and vibrant cities and towns, New Hampshire offers unlimited recreational opportunities. And thanks to the hard work of disability advocates and the passage of the ADA, recreation in the Granite State is increasingly accessible. Isn’t it time to go have some fun!

•    Go Baby Go!
•    Bow Unified Basketball
•    See You at the Movies
•    National Parks and Federal Recreation Lands

Paper copies will still be provided to those who have indicated that they would like to receive them. If you would like to be added to this list, please let me know by responding to this email, or by calling our Office Assistant, Miles Trier, at 603-271-7047. Read or download the RAP Sheet.

HCBS Clearing House is the premier clearinghouse promoting the development and expansion of home and community- based services by gathering resources and tools for research, policy making and program development into a one-stop online library.

Visit the site now.

Get updates about public and private benefits programs and learn about new resources from the Center for Benefits Access.

Read more.
Save the date icon Next Meeting:  May 10, 2017 at the Audubon Society

Statewide Meetings in SFY 18,
Place: TBD
  • October 11, 2017
  • February 14
  • May 9,  2018
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