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NH Commission on PTSD & TBI

The mission of the NH Commission on PTSD and TBI is to improve access to care and quality of care for Veterans and Service Members who experience post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury. Learn more about the mission, the work of the Commission and how to get involved.

As a result of significant work conducted by the New Hampshire Legislative Study Commission on PTSD and TBI, a Permanent Commission on PTSD and TBI (COPT) was legislatively established in the Fall of 2014.

The mission of this Commission is to improve access to care and quality of care for Veterans and Service Members who experience post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury. Per legislation, this Permanent Commission is tasked with using the Legislative Study Report as a guide in addressing these issues.

Meetings

The COPT meets 2:30pm-4:00pm on the 3rd Thursday of each month. Due to COVID-19, COPT has temporarily suspended meetings.

The meetings are open to guests and the public. 

For more information, please contact the Chair:

Margaret LaBrecque, NHA
Commandant- New Hampshire Veterans Home
[email protected]
603-527-4844

Meeting Minutes

Due to COVID-19, the Commission on PTSD & TBI did not meet in 2020 and has yet to resume meeting. Plans are underway to resume on a virtual platform in 2021. Updates will be posted to this website when more information is available.