As many as 90% of unintentional injuries can be prevented!
Safe Kids New Hampshire (SKNH) is a nonprofit organization made up of individuals and organizations from around the state.
SKNH serves as a hub for communication and collaboration for people and organizations in New Hampshire who are interested in preventing accidental childhood injury, the leading cause of death in children 14 and under.
SKNH is a member of Safe Kids Worldwide, a global network of similar organizations with a common mission. Safe Kids New Hampshire was founded in the 1990's with the Children's Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (CHaD) as the lead organization.
Our focus on prevention
Many injuries and deaths are preventable. We believe that all New Hampshire children should grow up safe and injury free. Please join us at our quarterly meetings or contact us by phone or email to learn more about what risks New Hampshire children face and what you can do to help.
Safe Kids New Hampshire focuses on:
- Child passenger safety
- Bike and pedestrian safety
- Drowning prevention
- Fire prevention
- Prevention of unintentional injury
Contact us for information on low cost bike and ski helmets.
Safety related websites:
- Consumer Product Safety Commission
- Kids in Danger
- National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
- Northern New England Poison Center
- Safe Kids Worldwide
Upcoming Safe Kids New Hampshire events
- Safe Kids Meetings - Contact James.E.Esdon@Hitchcock.org for meeting dates, times, and locations.