"Shaping Lives Before Birth and Beyond"

The New Hampshire Association for Infant Mental Health (NHAIMH) was created in 1996 by a small group of mental health and educational professionals. For many years, the Association consisted of a board, whose members spanned a number of disciplines. The Board conducted the business of the Association. In the spring of 2010, NHAIMH did a survey and study regarding the potential interest in and benefits of becoming a membership organization and in the fall of 2010, the Board of Directors voted to make the NHAIMH a membership organization. NHAIMH is a grassroots, non-profit organization with a 501 (c)3 status.

Our Mission ...
The New Hampshire Association for Infant Mental Health works to ensure healthy social-emotional development before birth and beyond. We promote evidence-based and evidenced-informed practices to strengthen collaboration, services and supports for families with infants and young children.

Our Vision ...
The New Hampshire Association for Infant Mental Health is recognized as a leader in raising awareness, offering education and fostering collaboration to ensure health social and emotional development before birth and beyond.

14 Guiding Principles ...
Click here to read and/or download the 14 Guiding Principles of our organization.

Our History ...
The New Hampshire Association for Infant Mental Health was created to be the statewide professional organization dedicated to increase awareness and competency in the field of infant mental health. Click here to read and/or download the full document.