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Childcare, Preschools, Family Support Programs

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 Call and Ask Questions
Ask questions about the academic background and experience of the caregivers. How do caregivers set limits or teach right from wrong? Find out how many children are in a group with an adult (the younger the child the smaller the number per adult; for example, infants under one year require 1 adult to no more than 3 babies). What kinds of activities and materials are available? What is the daily routine? How much time are the children outside? What is served for snack? For an all-day program, ask where the children rest and for how long? Visit each program that you are considering and when you have found one that you like, visit that one again unexpectedly!!

Call the New Hampshire Bureau for Child Care Standards and Licensing at 603-271-9025 to ask if there have been any complaints about the program that you chose. Trust your feelings about a fit between a program and your child. For assistance with paying for childcare,  or for scholarships, contact your local Division of Family Assistance at         603-357-3510  or


Child Care Aware of NH – a Child Care Resource and Referral Specialist (CCR&R)
603-578-1386 x31 Hillsborough and Southwestern Rockingham County
Refers people to childcare providers.


Head Start Program
603-464-5981, 603-464-3136 Hillsboro
603-532-4135 Jaffrey
Early childhood development program (3 and 4 years) for families with low incomes. Free to eligible families. Call for information. All locations open to area residents.

Hillsboro Child Development Center (SNHS)
Child development program that provides accessible comprehensive services for children and families in the Greater Hillsboro area.

The Orchard School & Community Center
A child development center offering childcare to preschool and school-age children.

Before & After School Club    
Offered by The Grapevine                                                                                                                     on the Antrim Town Gym & AES Campus
Call The Grapevine at 603-588-2620 to register or for more information                               or email:
AGES:  K through 4th grade                                                                                                               on ConVal school days: Monday-Friday
HOURS:                                                                                                                                           Before School Club:  6:45am – 8:20am
After School Club:  3:15 – 5:30pm

First Friends 1 & 2 Preschool
at Antrim Elementary School                                                                                                          Call to register on wait list: 924-7503 X 2032
AGES: 3 to 5 years
HOURS: Mon-Fri, 8:30 – 11:30 am (school term)

The Learning Vine
at The Grapevine Family & Community Resource Center                                                   Parent Co-op or Drop-off Options
AGES: 3 to 5
HOURS: M, W, F, 9-11:30 am                                                                                 GrapevineNH.Org                                                                                                                             603-588-2620                                                                                                                                                      


Dublin Community Preschool and Childcare Center
1281C Main Street
AGES: 6 weeks to 11 years
HOURS: Mon-Fri, 6:30am – 5:30pm; pre-school open year round, and offering before- and after-school care and summer programs for school-age children.
and on FaceBook

First Friends Preschool
Greenfield Elementary School                                                                                                         Call to register on wait list:  924-7503 X 2032
AGES: 3 to 5 years
HOURS: Mon-Fri, 8:30 – 11:30 am (school term)

Wonderworks Learning Center
1 Verney Drive, Greenfield, NH
High-quality childcare and early education come together in a brand new space.  Serving toddlers (15 months +) through pre-K (up to age 5) in a compassionate, nurturing environment.

HANCOCK                                                                                                                                           Tammy’s Playhouse
Forest Road
AGES: 6 weeks to 10 years
HOURS: Mon-Fri, 7am – 5:30pm, all year

Harrisville Children’s Center
66 Main Street
AGES: 6 weeks to 6 years
HOURS: Mon-Fri, 6:30am – 5:45pm

JAFFREY                                                                                                                                        Jaffrey Inclusive Preschool
Half-day sessions
AGES: 3 to 4 year olds
HOURS: M, Tue, Thurs, Fri 8:45-11:45 am (3 yr olds)
Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs 12:15-2:45 pm (4 yr olds)

The Kids Club
49 Squantum Road
AGES: 6 weeks to 12 years
HOURS: Mon-Fri 6:30am – 5:30pm, all year

Monadnock Bible Conference
Launch Point After-school Program                                                                                          Upper Jaffrey Road                                                                                                                              603-532-8321  (call for details)
AGES: K through 8th grade
HOURS: Mon-Fri 2:30am – 6:00pm, school term

Keene Day Care Center
AGES: 6 weeks through 6 years
Full-day childcare.

Keene Family YMCA
AGES: 6 weeks through 5 years
A multi-service agency focused on childcare, youth and teen development, and family recreation.

Our Redeemer Preschool
200 Ashby Road
AGES: 3 and 4 year olds
HOURS: Tu W Th, 9-12 (Sept through May)

Happy Valley School
130 Gulf Road
AGES: 2 to 5 years
HOURS: Mon-Fri, 7:00am – 5:30pm (school term)

First Friends Preschool
Peterborough Elementary School                                                                                                    Call to register on wait list:  924-7503 X 2032
AGES: 3 to 5 years
HOURS: Mon-Fri, 8:30 – 11:30 am (school term)

Monadnock Community Early Learning Center
Community Lane, Rt. 202 South
Preschool childcare; before- and after-school program
AGES: 12 months – 2nd grade
HOURS: Mon-Fri, 6:30am – 6pm

Puddle Jumpers
Colleen Stone
11 Cabana Drive
AGES: 6 weeks – 14 years
HOURS: Mon-Fri 6:30am – 5:30pm, year round

School Kids in Peterborough (SKIP)
Childcare at Peterborough Elementary School
AGES: K – 8th grade; before- and after-school program
HOURS: Mon-Fri, 6:30-8:30am, 12noon-6pm

RINDGE                                                                                                                                         Rindge Inclusive Preschool
Half-day sessions
AGES: 3 to 4 year olds
HOURS: M, Tue, Thurs, Fri 8:45-11:15 am (3 yr olds)
Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs 12:15-2:45 pm (4 yr olds)

WILTON                                                                                                                                                   A Child’s Nature Day Care                                                                                                        Located at the Pine Hill Waldorf School in Wilton, NH
77 Pine Hill Drive, Wilton, NH 03086
AGES: 6 wks to 5 years                                                                                                                         10-wk Summer Camp for children ages 3 to 7
HOURS: Mon-Fri, 6:45am – 5:30pm                                                       

The Winchester Learning Center
Childcare, preschool, and family resource center serving children ages 6 weeks through 12 years and their families.  A United Way Agency.     Find us on Facebook.

Programs to aid in child development, ages 3 to 5, free testing.

ConVal School District SAU #1                                                                                                     603-924-3336 Main Office
603-924-7503 Special Education and Student Services Office
Antrim, Bennington, Dublin, Francestown, Greenfield, Hancock,
Peterborough, Sharon, and Temple.

Jaffrey-Rindge School District SAU #47
Jaffrey and Rindge.

Mascenic School District SAU #87
Mason, New Ipswich, and Greenville.

Monadnock Developmental Services (MDS) – Birth To Three                                      Partnering with Families
Providing family-centered early intervention to children and families in the        Monadnock Region.

The Grapevine Family & Community Resource Center
603-588-2620  or
The Grapevine’s mission is to promote family and community health and well-being through support, education and the sharing of resources; parent education and family support programs, cooperative preschool, before- and after-school care, Avenue A Teen & Community Center, and other services on site.                                       

Western Hillsborough County Family Services
Southern NH Services
Provides family services, support and advocacy for families in Western Hillsborough County. Provides connections to community resources and crisis help for families in  difficult living situations. These situations include:  homelessness, legal referrals, domestic violence, food resources, education, housing.  Youth programs after school and during the summer.

Ready,Set,Connect!                                                                                                                         Greenfield, NH:  603-547-3311                                                                                         Manchester, NH:  603-226-2900
An Intensive 1:1 ABA Program for Young Children with Autism.
Full, part-time and after school hours available at our clinics. (Greenfield and Manchester, NH) Private Insurance Accepted

The River Center
Parent education and family support programs. Weekly parent/child programs (birth to 5 years, 6 to 12 years), single parent group, early home support for young mothers.

Keene Community Education
Offers a variety of academic, vocational and enrichment classes, apprenticeships, and virtual classes.

UNH Cooperative Extension – Hillsborough County Extension Newsletter
We provide research and evidence-based family life education and support to families throughout the State.

Women, Infants and Children Program (WIC)
1-800-WIC-4321 (1-800-942-4321) 
Federal Special Supplemental Nutrition program that provides nutrition screening and education, specific supplemental foods, breastfeeding support, and referrals to healthcare and social services to eligible pregnant, breastfeeding, postpartum women, and infants and children up to age 5.

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Clothes and Furniture

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Church rummage sales are a great way to find what you need for not much money.

Salvation Army Representatives
603-588-3890 Antrim – Dawn Hugron
603-876-3863 Dublin and Marlborough – Marlborough Federated Church
603-899-5181 x112  Fitzwilliam and Rindge – Mary Drew
603-532-7484 Jaffrey
603-352-0607 Keene
978-616-7116 Peterborough
Provides a wide range of services for those in need.
Can be used by all in cases of emergency.

Troy Helping Hands                                                                                                                                 1 Depot Street                                                                                                                                          603-242-3007
TIMES:  M-Sat 10am – 1:30pm
Clothing and small household appliances

Antrim Presbyterian Church
Revival Shop
76 Main Street
High-quality consignment shop.
TIMES:  Fri 10:00 am-1:00 pm,  Sat 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
3rd Thurs of the month 5:30-7:00 pm,

Greenfield Congregational Covenant Church
Clothes Closet
12 Depot Drive
TIMES: Sat 10am-12pm
Inexpensive clothing and bag sales.

Threads of Hope
80 Monadnock Plaza (Peterborough Street)
Non-profit resale clothing store
TIMES:  Wed. 12-4 pm,  Thurs. 1-5 pm,  Fri.  12-4 pm,  Sat. 9-12 pm

Thrifty Bear
2 Main Street
Second-hand clothing for children and adults, car seats, cribs, bureaus, toys, etc.
TIMES: Tues – Thurs  11am – 6pm;  Fri & Sat 10:30am – 5:30pm

Linda’s Closet
29 Center Street
TIMES: Wed 6-8pm, Thurs 11-2pm, Sat 9am-noon
Women’s professional clothing

Salvation Army Family Store
Rte 12, Keene
TIMES: Mon-Sat 10am – 5pm

St. James Thrift Shop
25 Lamson Street
TIMES: M-F 10am – 4pm, Sat 10am – 2pm

Hidden Treasures
180 Concord Street
Second-hand clothing

Community Closet
Monadnock Congregational Church
120 Wilton Rd.
FREE Second-hand clothing for all                                                                                      TIMES:   1st & 3rd Saturdays  10am – 12noon

Peterborough Recycling Center
Mini Mall
Scott Mitchell Road
TIMES: T,W,F, Sat 8am – 5:45pm
Residents only.

Serendipity Shop
All Saints’ Episcopal Church, 52 Concord St., Peterborough, lower level of Reynolds Hall.  Consigned clothing at reduced prices.
TIMES: Th 1 – 4 pm; F 10 am – 4 pm; Sat 10 am – 12 noon

Rindge Recycling Center
Second Hand Shop                                                                                                                               113 Main Street
TIMES: Tue & Thu 10am – 3pm, Sat 8am – 3pm
Residents only.

Helping Hands Center
1 Depot Street
TIMES:  Mon-Sat 10am – 1:30pm
Open to all for clothing

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Counseling, Mediation, and Services

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Acute Services (MFS)
357-4400 or 924-7236
Provides adult treatment and emergency mental health services.

Alcoholics Anonymous
800-593-3330 Statewide
Call for meeting times in Peterborough, Greenfield, Antrim, Dublin, Hancock, Hillsboro, Rindge, and Jaffrey. 

Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services Resource Guide

Reality Check                                                                                                                                            (603) 532-9888                                                                                                                                     21 Goodnow Street, Jaffrey, NH                                                                                                         Drug addiction and recovery resources

Coordinated Access Point Program (CAPP)                                                                                 This initiative provides a single point of contact for individuals who want to begin treatment to recover from their addiction.  Working with individuals and families in crisis due to addiction, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.                                                                   1 (844) 604-7878

The Serenity Center                                                                                                                                 (603) 283-5015                                                                                                                                       36 Carpenter Street, Keene, NH  0341                                                                                               Peer-to-peer based recovery coaching for prevention, treatment and recovery for individuals of substance misuse and addiction.

Granite Recovery Centers                                                                                                                Real People, Real Recovery                                                                                                                    (877) 890-3234                                                                                                                                        Multiple locations throughout New Hampshire  – Drug addiction and recovery                   Treatment of co-occurring disorders, adventure-based therapy, 12-Step workshops & meetings, life skills training, continuum of care planning, clinical & 12-step centered, CBT, DBT & EMDR therapies.          

Emergency Services 

Keene Services
Mental health, substance abuse, parent education, for adults and children.

New Hampshire Catholic Charities
Marriage and individual counseling, adoption, and community outreach. Sliding fee scale.

Cheshire Mediation (Cheshire County)
Provides parent/child, divorce, victim/offender counseling; peer mediation; and eldercare mediation. Sliding fee scale.

Child and Family Services
Family counseling for any family with a child in the court system for abuse, neglect, delinquency or CHINS, and for families at risk of having a child placed out of the home. All income levels eligible.  

MAPS Counseling Services
603-924-2240 Keene, Peterborough
Individual, couple, family, and group counseling. Workshops and special groups. All income levels eligible.

Monadnock Family Services
Mental health, substance abuse, and community services.
603-924-7236  Peterborough
603-357-4400 Emergency

Antioch Psychological Services Center
Individual, family, couples counseling, testing; not insurance reimbursable; sliding fee 
scale available.
603-352-1024  40 Avon Street, Keene, NH

Partnership for Drug Free New Hampshire Organization/Resource

Partnership for Drug Free New Hampshire “Check the Stats”

Adoptive Families for Children
Provides complete adoption services. Pregnancy and adoption counseling available for parents considering relinquishing a child for adoption. International and domestic adoptions.
email: info@adoptivefamiliesforchildren

Compassionate Friends – Monadnock Chapter
Support group for grief education and support for individuals dealing with the death of a child.

Consumer Product Safety Commission Hotline
TIMES: M-F 8:30 am – 5:00 pm

Early Home Support
The River Center home visiting program in collaboration with Home Healthcare, Hospice, and Community Services for income-eligible pregnant and parenting young women. No fee for services.

Granite State Independent Living
603-228-9680  or  Toll Free 1-800-826-3700  Keene/Concord
Promoting life with independence for people with disabilities and those experiencing the natural process of aging through advocacy, information, education, support and transition services.

Grapevine Family & Community Resource Center
Weekly parent/child play and learn programs, educational programs, support, information, community dinners, and referral.

Hospice Services at Home Health Care, Hospice and Community Services (HCS)
603-532-8353 Peterborough
Offers a variety of support and health services to assist in maintaining the quality of life while someone you love is dying. Also provides grief support, and offers special programs to help children cope with death and loss.

Monadnock Area Peer Support Agency
603-352-5093/5094                                                                                                                     Warm Line: 603-352-5093 or Toll Free 866-352-5093
64 Beaver Street, Keene
Intentional peer support for consumers of mental health services – a safe place for free, mutual peer support.

Monadnock Center for Violence Prevention
603-352-3782  or  Toll Free: 1-888-511-6287
603-209-4015  Peterborough office
Advocacy, information, and referral for people experiencing or surviving domestic and/or sexual violence. 24-hour crisis hotline, emergency shelter, safety planning, help with police and courts, support groups. Free and confidential services.
TIMES: M 8am – 4pm  The River Center, Peterborough

Monadnock ServiceLink  –  Aging & Disability Resource Center
1-866-634-9412 Keene
Information and supported referral for seniors and adults who experience a disability. Long term care support and counseling.  Caregiver and family support.  Medicare and Medicaid counseling.

National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI)                                                                              We can help improve lives affected by mental illness                                                        Support, Education, Advocacy
1-800-242-6264  Statewide information and resource line

Keene:  Facilitator: Sharon Stout, 603-357-5615              
Location: St. James Episcopal Church, 44 West Street, Keene

Peterborough:  Facilitator: Pat Whitney 603-763-5054    
Location: Monadnock Community Hospital, Conference Rm #3, Peterborough
703-516-7227 TDD for the hearing impaired  – Meetings suspended for Dec. 2018, Jan. & possibly Feb. 2019

Project LIFT  (Literacy for Today)
Volunteer literacy program with tutoring, GED preparation, and testing.

The River Center
A Family & Community Resource Center serving all eastern Monadnock towns.
►Parenting Programs
►Information & Assisted Referral
►Employment Resource Center
►Money Matters
Located at The River Center
►Monadnock Center for Violence Prevention 1-888-511-6287
►Southern NH Services Fuel Assistance 1-877-757-7048

The Samaritans
Crisis Hotlines: 357-5505  or  NH Toll Free  1-866-457-2910
Befriending people in crisis situations; emergency crisis intervention.

UNH Cooperative Extension
603-352-4550 Cheshire County Office    TIMES:    M-F 8 am – 4:30 pm
603-641-6060 Hillsborough County Office   TIMES: M-F 8 am – 4:00 pm
The University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension provides New Hampshire citizens with education and information, enhancing their ability to make informed decisions that strengthen youth, families and communities, sustain natural resources, and improve the economy.

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Disability Services

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Assistive Technology Services (ATECH)
Evaluation and consultation for those in need of specialized equipment (wheelchairs, adaptive switches, communications, etc.).

Services for the Blind & Visually Impaired
A statewide no-cost program providing services to adults 55 and older, with significant vision loss, living at home.  Services may include assessment, skill training, and  adaptive aids and devices.

Association for the Blind, NH
Future in Sight
Individual, family, and peer support counseling and referral, group services, rehabilitation teaching, orientation and mobility training, low-vision services, volunteer services, technology and braille, technical aids and devices, public education, and diabetes education.

NH State Library Services to the Blind & Physically Handicapped – Talking Book Library
Talking books, free service to people with disabilities, including dyslexia. Supplies by mail, digital books and players.  Call for application information and details.    www.nh/nhsl/talkingbooks

Bureau of Special Education / NH State Department of Education
603-271-3741 Concord
Ensures that school districts provide a free and appropriate education to children who have educational disabilities. Parents should call the local school district first. If problems arise with the school, call the state department for help.               

Bureau of Special Medical Services, NH Dept. of Health & Human Services
1-800-852-3345, x4488
Health programs for diagnosis and treatment of children (ages 0-20) who have physical disabilities, chronic illnesses, or developmental delays.
TIMES: M – F 8 am – 4:30 pm

Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center (CMRC)
603-547-3311 Greenfield
Day and residential, also outpatient diagnostic and medical services; PT, OT, speech, audiology; driving evaluation and education.

Easter Seals New Hampshire
Assisting people with disabilities who are re-entering the work force
Child Resource & Referral.
Provides information and referrals for child care

Monadnock Developmental Services (MDS)  –  Birth to Three
Early Supports and Services
Provides early supports and services (early intervention) to children birth to age 3 and their families.  Initial evaluation process available to determine eligibility.

Northeast Passage
603-862-0070 Durham
1-800-735-2964 TTY for the hearing impaired.
Developing, delivering, and evaluating innovative barrier-free recreation and health promotion programs. Promotes client independence through education and problem solving, creating opportunities, and collaborating with others to create a strong network of accessible recreation.          email:

AUSTISM SPECIALTY SERVICES                                                                            Resource Center for Autism, Institute on Disability
Professional development and technical assistance, evaluation and diagnosis, and academic and research initiatives.

Ready, Set, Connect
Crotched Mountain’s autism program for young children provides ABA therapy in a lively and fun group setting.  Therapists work one-on-one with children to help them build skills, placing them on a path to success in school and at home. Locations in Concord, Manchester and Greenfield.

Adult Autism Life Coaching                                                                                                           603-547-3339                                                                                                                                     Amy Lowell – Life Coach  –  “Let your true colors shine!”
Certified in Autism Spectrum Disorders

RISE for Baby and Family
Provides early supports and services for families with children (birth to 3 years) who may have developmental or established delays.                    

Special Olympics
Participation in sports for individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities.

ATECH (Assistive Technology) Services                                                                                       Hearing Network                                                                                                               
603-226-2900 Concord                                                                                                              Serving all of New Hampshire
Resources for school-aged children.                                                                    www.crotchedmountain .org

Monadnock Developmental Services (MDS)
603-924-4203 Peterborough
Provides assistance to individuals of all ages with developmental disabilities, children with chronic health conditions, and adults with an acquired brain disorder.  Services include residential and community participation supports, employment, family support, and information and referral.

Monadnock Worksource
603-924-3326 Peterborough
Provides services to adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities.

IMPACCT ACADEMY                                                                                                                          In Partnership with NH Vocational Rehabilitation and GSIL                                       
A comprehensive and transitional program dedicated to helping students with disabilities become part of the local workforce as they navigate from high school to employment, post-secondary education, or training that leads towards a career.     or

New Hope/New Horizons (SCS)
Provides employment, day, outreach, and community residential supports for adults who have a developmental or an acquired disability.

Vocational Rehabilitation – Services for the Blind
Bruce Chipman
Assists people, 55 and older, with visual impairments and disabilities to secure employment.                                           

Work Incentives Resource Center (WIRC)
Information about benefits planning and work incentives for individuals with disabilities.

Granite State Independent Living (GSIL)
603-228-9680 Concord/Keene                                                                                                 Financial Planning & Disability Benefits Services  –
Using tools, resources, government benefits and work incentives available to help you create greater financial independence and achieve the best employment outcome.     “Ticket to Work” Employment Assistance –  Helping Social Security Disability recipients in NH gain employment and earn enough money to transition off of Social Security benefits.

Lukas Foundation and Community
603-878-4796 Temple
Year-round residential community serving the needs of adults of all ages with developmental disabilities, promoting human service through cooperative living, social interaction and spiritual activity as developed by Rudolph Steiner.

Monadnock Developmental Services
Will assist with residential services for adults who have service agreements with the agency.

NH Community Loan Fund
603-224-6669 Concord                                                                                                                   8:00 am – 4:30 pm
“Your Turn Homebuyer’s Assistance – Welcome Home Loan”                                         Manufactured home loans.  Making buying a new mobile home affordable.

NH Housing Finance Authority (NHHFA)
HOURS:  Mon-Thu 8:30am-5pm, Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Accessible housing for people with disabilities.

Plowshare Farm 
603-547-2547 Greenfield
Plowshare Farm’s life sharing community offers an opportunity for adults with developmental disabilities to live, work, and grow in an extended family environment.

Robin Hill Farm
603-924-6531 Peterborough
Provides supportive residential treatment and rehabilitation for persons with an acquired brain injury, which may include traumatic brain injury, stroke, and anoxia. Short term, post acute, and longer term needs are addressed.

Also see Senior Services section pages.

Brain Injury Association of NH
Provides assistance to individuals and families, who have experienced a brain injury, to acquire supports and services in their communities.

NH Council on Developmental Disabilities
1-800-735-2964 TDD Concord
Supports public policies and initiatives that remove barriers and promote opportunities in all areas of life.  Education, advocacy and funding of innovative projects that make a difference in people’s lives.

Granite State Independent Living (GSIL)
603-228-9680 Keene
Provides tools and resources for people with disabilities to live life as they choose.

Information and Assisted Referral
The River Center
Provides locally accessible information and connections to information about financial benefits information, housing, food etc, by phone, walk-in or appointment.

Institute on Disability, University of New Hampshire
603-228-2084 Concord
603-862-4320 Durham
The IOD envisions a future where all persons, including those living with disabilities, are fully engaged members of their communities.

UNH School of Law
603-228-1541 Concord
An independent, non-partisan research and policy institute that studies current New Hampshire issues involving the overlap of health care, social supports, and the law.

Monadnock Developmental Services (MDS)
603-924-4203 Peterborough
Information about services for children and adults of all ages who have or may have developmental problems. Also, family support services, case management, and respite care.

Monadnock Service Link
Information and supported referral and long term care counseling for seniors and adults with disabilities.

Monadnock Worksource
603-924-3326 Peterborough
Residential, vocational, therapeutic, and day activity services to adults with developmental disabilities.

National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI)
1-800-242-6264 (For New Hampshire)
603-924-6540 Peterborough (NAMI Monadnock)
703-516-7227 TDD for the hearing impaired
Support for families with a member who has a mental or emotional disorder.

Northeast Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services (NDHHS)
603-224-1850 Concord
1-866-634-4764 TDD for the hearing impaired
NDHHS seeks to empower, educate and advocate for equal access and opportunity for deaf and hard of hearing citizens of New Hampshire.

Parent Information Center
1-800-947-7005 Concord
Information, support, advocacy, and training for parents about special education issues.
HOURS:  Mon-Fri 9am-4:30pm

Parent to Parent of NH
Support, information, and referral from parents for parents of children with any special needs.

People First of NH
A non-profit organization directed by people who have disabilities for the purpose of self-advocacy.

Sight Services for Independent Living
A statewide no cost program providing services to adults 55 and older with significant vision loss living at home. Services may include assessment, skill training, and adaptive aids.

Social Security Administration
Federal program of financial and medical benefits for the elderly, the disabled, widows, and survivors. Supplementary Security Income provides cash payments to families with disabled children.

State Family Support Coordinator, Division of Developmental Services
1-800-735-2964 TDD for the hearing impaired.
Will direct you to available services for family members with disabilities.

Disability Rights Center
Insures access to appropriate services for people with disabilities.

AGES 3-21
SAU #1 ConVal Office of Special Education
Antrim, Bennington, Dublin, Francestown, Greenfield, Hancock,
Peterborough, Sharon, Temple.
HOURS:  Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm

SAU #47 Jaffrey-Rindge Office of Special Education
Jaffrey, Rindge.

SAU #87 Mascenic School District of Special Education
Greenville, New Ipswich, Mason.

Ready, Set, Connect!
An intensive 1:1 ABA program for young children with autism. Full, part-time and after school hours available at our clinics (Greenfield and Concord). Private insurance accepted.
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Free Community Breakfast

2nd & 4th Sunday  of every month  8:00 – 9:30 am
Peterborough United Methodist Church  603-924-4294                                                             43 Concord Street, Peterborough, NH

Community Luncheon

Jaffrey – Friendly Meals Senior Lunch Program – sponsored by HCS
Monday through Friday at 12:00 noon at the United Church Parish Hall, Jaffrey.
Open to all seniors over the age of 60.  A $3.00 donation is requested
Please call two (2) days in advance to reserve a seat: call Betsy at 242-7986.   

Third Tuesday  12-1pm
Dublin – Dublin Community Center – Soup lunch – $3 donation requested                          603-563-8021

Free Community Suppers

2nd Sunday  5:00 – 6:00pm  (September through April)
Peterborough – Divine Mercy Parish  603-924-7647                                        

Mondays  5:30 – 6:30pm  (September through June)
Peterborough – Union Congregational Church 603-924-3272

4th Monday  – 5 – 6:30pm
First Congregational Church of Rindge  603-899-5722

Tuesdays  5:30-6:30pm   (September through June)
Peterborough – All Saint’s Church 603-924-3202

4th Tuesday –  5:30 – 6:30 pm                                                                                                 Dublin Community Church  603-563-8139

Wednesdays  5:30 – 6:30pm
Peterborough – Peterborough Unitarian Universalist Church 603-924-6245

Thursdays  5:30 – 6:30pm
First Thursday – Francestown – Community Church (except July & Sept.)  603-547-2013
Second Thursday – Bennington – Pierce Elementary School  603-588-2131
Third Thursday – Antrim – Presbyterian Church  603-588-2209

Fourth Thursday – United Church of Jaffrey  603-532-7047
Fourth Thursday – Hancock Congregational Church Vestry 603-525-6628
Call the Grapevine at 603-588-2620 before 12 noon on Wednesday for a ride to Thursday’s supper.

Fridays  5:30 – 6:30pm – Greenfield Meeting House

Community Kitchen
Free Hot Suppers 5 – 6:20, M – F  (CLOSED SAT. & SUN.),  Sunday Lunch 11 am – 12 noon
Mechanic Street, Keene 603-352-3200

Church Supper
2nd Saturday of month 5:30 – 6:30pm  (April – November)  * * NOT free of charge
United Church of Jaffrey  603-532-7047  – call for details

Friendly Meal & “Nurse Is In” Clinic
3rd Thursday of the month 11:00 am – 1:00 pm                                                                       VFW Post on Hathorn Road, Jaffrey                                                                                          Open to senior citizens (60+) from any area town.
No charge; donations are gratefully accepted.                                                                             Call 352-2253 for reservation

Food Stamp Program, NH Dept. of Health and Human Services
1-800-624-9700 or 357-3510
1-800-735-2964 TDD for the hearing impaired.
809 Court St., Keene
Emergency and longer term food stamps. Must apply in person and meet income level to get help.

NH Food Bank / SNAP (EBT) / Food Stamps
603-669-9725 ext. 1124
603-669-0270  fax
For help applying for SNAP,  for questions regarding SNAP/Food Stamps, for coaching on a successful process of acquiring SNAP (EBT).           or

Meals on Wheels (HCS)
603-355-2253 or toll free: 800-541-4145
Provides hot, nutritious meals to homebound elderly and individuals with disabilities.

Salvation Army
Please call or email to see if you qualify for assistance:                                                                                                                             

Southern NH Services: Hillsborough County
Call to register for programs in Antrim, Greenville, Hillsboro, Peterborough and Wilton.

Southwestern Community Services: Cheshire County
NH Commodity Supplemental Food Program for Seniors   1-800-529-0005
Serves Dublin, Jaffrey, and Rindge.

(WIC)  Women, Infants and Children Program 
1-800-WIC-4321 (1-800-942-4321)  To find program nearest you                                              Jaffrey/Dublin (Cheshire County): 1-800-529-0005                                               Peterborough Area (Hillsborough County):  1-800-256-9880 
Federal program that offers vouchers for food to eligible women, infants, and children to age 5. Breastfeeding support and healthcare referrals for pregnant or breastfeeding women.

Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP)
For women and children under 6 who are not enrolled in WIC, and for eligible elderly people. Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program gives coupons for those on WIC to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables.

Many towns have a food pantry that offers basic foods to people in need.

Antrim Baptist Church
TIMES: Tues. 6-7 pm, Sat 10 am -12 noon and by appointment
Antrim and Bennington residents

Antrim First Presbyterian Church
TIMES: Friday & Saturday 10 am – 4pm

Antrim First Presbyterian Church
TIMES: Friday & Saturday 10 am – 4pm

Community Food Resources
Call Lori and leave message

Greenfield Congregational Covenant Church
12 Depot Drive at the Ministry Center
TIMES: Sat 9 am -12 noon
Open to all

Sacred Heart Parish
St. Vincent DePaul Society
TIMES: Thursday, by appointment; call with name and phone number

Hillsboro District Food Pantry
7 Church Street
TIMES: Tue 5 – 7 pm
Hillsboro-Deering School District, Washington, Windsor

Compassion Food Pantry
of Jaffrey Assembly of God
48 Stratton Road, Jaffrey
TIMES:   Saturday 10:30 am – 12:00 noon
Open to all

United Church of Jaffrey Food Pantry
Main Street, Jaffrey
TIMES:  Wed. 10:30am – 12:30pm,  Thurs. 6:00pm – 7:30 pm
All welcome

The Community Kitchen
37 Mechanic Street
Hot Meal Hours: Mon-Fri 5 – 6:20 pm,  Sunday lunch 11 am – 12 noon
Food Pantry Hours:  Wed 12:30 – 5:30 pm, Th 11:30 am – 4 pm                

Peterborough Food Pantry                                                                                                                 Serving the following towns: Antrim, Bennington, Dublin, Francestown, Greenfield, Greenville, Hancock, Jaffrey, New Ipswich, Peterborough, Rindge, Sharon, Temple.
25 Elm Street (former Armory)
TIMES: Mon-Fri 9am – 12noon

Rindge Food Pantry
Corner of Route 119 & Cathedral Road – rear of the building
TIMES: Thu 2 – 6:00pm
All are welcome

Faith Food Pantry
3 Leighton Place – Congregation Church of Temple parsonage
TIMES:  1st Wed of the month – 5 pm – 7 pm                                                                                  3rd Sat of the month – 9 am – 12 noon
All are welcome

Helping Hand Center Food Pantry
1 Depot Street
TIMES: Tues-Sat 9:30 am-12:00 noon
Open to Troy & Fitzwilliam for food  

Open Cupboard Pantry                                                                                                                   Wilton Falls Mill, 6 Burns Hill Road # 5
603-809-6004  or  603-654-2635  –   Linda & Roger LaDouceur
TIMES: Mon – Fri, by appointment  –  Serving the residents of Temple, Lyndeboro, Greenfield and Wilton


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Actor’s Circle Theater/Positive Expressions
603-924-3876 Peterborough
Produces two shows per year.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of New Hampshire
603-352-9536 x1008                                                                                                                 Business office: 603-430-1140 x1140 Portsmouth, NH
Out mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported 1-to-1 relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.                                                                                                                                                    1-844-NH4-BIGS

YMCA Camp Dakotah
603-239-4781    or   603-352-0447
Overnight camp, ages 7 – 15,  Southwest NH                                                                               or

Boy Scouts of America
Daniel Webster Council

4-H Clubs
603-641-6060 Hillsborough County
603-352-4550 Cheshire County
4-H helps youth acquire knowledge, develop life skills and form attitudes to enable them to become self directing, productive and contributing members of society. It is offered free of charge to youth ages 5-18. Youth from all cultural and economic backgrounds get involved in 4-H fun and learning. Call for local programs.

Girl Scouts USA
Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains
Leadership skills, career exploration, community service, decision making skills, grades K-12.

NH State Library (NHSL) Services to the Blind and Visibly Handicapped                     Talking Book Library
Talking books, free service to people with disabilities, including dyslexia. Supplies by mail, digital books  and equipment needed to use them.

Crotched Mt. Rehabilitation Center, Greenfield
603-547-3311 x1870
The CMRC pool has open swims, adult and senior lap swims, and lessons for adults and children ages six months and up. Open to all, $50 yearly fee for Greenfield residents, family swims on Friday evenings.  See website for seasonal programs.

Most town libraries offer story hours for preschool children during the school year, summer reading programs, and occasional children’s movie showings. Call your local library for information. The recreation department in a town may offer various sports programs, summer activities such as swimming lessons or craft classes, and other seasonal activities. Call to find out what your town offers and how and when to sign up.

Antrim Recreation Department
Community and family events & programs, weekend and after-school movement and recreation opportunities, youth sports leagues, Parks & Recreation.

Antrim Tuttle Library
TIMES: Mon & Wed 2 – 6pm, Tue & Thu 2 – 8pm,
Fri 9am – 12noon, Sat 10am – 4pm                                                                  

G.E.P. Dodge Library
Summer reading program, book clubs.
TIMES: Mon 9 am – 6 pm, Tue noon – 6 pm, Thu Noon – 8 pm, Fri Noon – 5 pm, Sun 4 – 6 pm

Dublin Recreation Committee
Summer playground/camp programs.

Dublin Public Library
Storytime: Wednesdays @ 9:30 AM, Family Night: every 3rd Monday @ 6:30 PM
TIMES: Mon, Tue, Thu, 4 – 8pm, Wed 9am – 12pm and 4 – 8 pm,
Sat 9 – 1pm

George Holmes Bixby Memorial Library
Storytime hours for children, Book discussions, summer reading program, drop-in crafts, adult art afternoons, handicap accessible.
TIMES: Tue 2-7:30pm, Wed 10am-5pm, Thu 2-7pm, Fri 12-5pm, Sat 9am-12:30pm

Greenfield Recreation Department
After school activities, summer sports, trips.

Stephenson Memorial Library
603-547-2790                                                                                                                         Storytime, Writer’s Group, Knitting Group, Book Club, Armchair Travel, Watercolor Collaborative
TIMES: Tue 2-6pm, Wed 10-8pm, Thu 2-8pm, Fri 2-6pm, Sat 10am-4pm

Chamberlin Free Public Library
603-878-1105                                                                                                                             Summer reading, story hour, crafts, book clubs, Knit for a Cause.
TIMES: Mon & Wed 3 – 8pm, Tue & Thu 9am – 8pm,
Fri 9am – 5pm, Sat 9am – 1pm (closed Saturdays during July & August)

Hancock Town Library
603-525-4411                                                                                                                         Storytime, movies, crafts
TIMES: Mon & Wed 2 – 6pm, Tue & Thu 10am – 7pm,  Sat 10 – 4pm

Jaffrey Public Library
603-532-7301                                                                                                                         Storytime, Summer reading, guest speakers, crafts, children’s programs
TIMES: Mon, Wed & Fri 10am – 5:30pm, Tue & Thu 1 – 7:00pm, Sat 10am

Jaffrey Recreation Department
TIMES: Mon thru Fri 8 am – 1 pm, other hours by appointment

Keene Family YMCA
603-352-6002    M-F 5 am-9 pm, Sat. 6am – 6pm, Sun. 8am – 5 pm
Serving men, women and children throughout the Monadnock Region with services and programs designed to increase health, teach life and leadership skills, and promote family unity. Offering gymnastics, aquatics, safety training, childcare and family recreation.                                                                                                                 

Mason Public Library
TIMES:  Tue & Wed 9am – 4pm  &  6pm – 8pm, Thurs 9am – 4pm, Sat 9am – 12 noon.  During the months of July & August, closed on Saturday

New Ipswich Library
TIMES: Mon & Wed 2 – 8pm, Tue & Fri 9am – 1pm,
Sat 9am – 12 noon (except July and August).

Western Hillsborough County Family Services
Southern NH Services, Inc.
Youth programs for after school and summer recreation.

Peterborough Recreation Department
Trips, camps, sports, classes, contests. Senior day, arts & crafts
Summer programs open to all ConVal School District children.
TIMES: Mon-Fri 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Peterborough Town Library
TIMES: M,W,F 10 am – 6 pm, T,Th 10 am – 8 pm,
Sat 10 am – 4 pm

Rindge Ingalls Memorial Library
TIMES: Mon, Wed, Fri 10am – 5pm, Tue & Thu 2:30 – 8pm,
Sat 9 – 12noon

Rindge Recreation Department

Mansfield Public Library
TIMES: Mon & Fri 10am-5pm, Tue & Thu 3-7pm,
Sat 10:30am-1:30pm                                                                             

Temple Recreation Department

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Health and Medical Care

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Centers for Disease Control
1-888-232-6398  TTY for the deaf and hearing impaired

Home Healthcare, Hospice and Community Services (HCS)
45 Main Street, Peterborough
603-532-8353 -Eastern Monadnock Region Office
Visiting Nurses: Skilled care for people of all ages, from newborn visits to high-tech care, to help with recovery at home.
Hospice Care: Comfort and support for end-of-life care in your home, in a nursing home, or assisted living facility.
• Customized Care: Meets your needs for a lifetime of independence.                                      • Community Care: Community health clinics, group exercise classes, Friendly Meals for seniors, Meals on Wheels, and Workplace Wellness programs.        

Home Healthcare, Hospice and Community Services (HCS)
45 Main Street, Peterborough
603-532-8353 -Eastern Monadnock Region Office

Healthy Starts at HCS
• Well Child Check-ups
Well care, immunizations, hearing and vision testing for children, birth to age 18 from non-insured or under-insured families. Visiting nurses.
• Prenatal Program
A home visiting program providing education and supportive services for soon-to-be and new parents. Includes partnership with the Mothers in Recovery Program at Cheshire Hospital DHC-Keene.
• Early Home Support (with The River Center)
Home-based teen pregnancy and parenting program provides comprehensive education and supportive services to help young families.                                                                              • Comprehensive Family Supports and Services                                                        Intervention and parenting education for families experiencing stress.                                                                   

Monadnock Healthy Teeth
School based dental program serving students grades K-3 in the ConVal, Mascenic and Jaffrey/Rindge school districts by providing education, screening, cleaning, fluoride treatment, sealant, and referrals for care.

Monadnock Regional Pediatrics
924-7101 Peterborough

Dental Health Works
Private, non-profit program that works with all ages. Services Cheshire County only.

Greater Nashua Dental Connection
Open to all ages and serves all of New Hampshire.  Serves those 1) without dental insurance 2) who are eligible for Medicaid 3) who have NH Families Insurance 4) are in need of affordable, quality dental care.  Please call 603-879-9314 with questions about eligibility, services and/or to discuss your specific situation.

Easter Seals
Servicing children and adults throughout NH. Provides comprehensive dental care including routine cleanings, extractions, partials, dentures and restorative procedures such as fillings. Medicaid welcome. Located in Manchester. 

NHTI Dental Clinic
Preventive dental services for all ages with low incomes – cleaning, x-rays, and sealants only. By appointment.

Professional Denture Care Program
Low cost denture program. Sponsored by NH Dental Society.   

Saving People’s Smiles
Non-profit program servicing children and adults throughout NH who have Medicaid or no insurance. Substantially reduced fees. Located in Concord.

Children & Family Dentistry
Known primarily for servicing children, this program will also treat adults. Reduced fees, Medicaid welcome. Services include prevention, general dentistry, limited oral surgery. Located in Manchester.

Traveling Adult Dental Services (T.A.D.S.) (TEMPORARILY DISCONTINUED 6/01/17)
Servicing adults in Cheshire County. This is a voice mail number. Leave a message; be sure to include the best time to return your call, your name, address, phone number, and request for an application.  

Veterans Medical Center
Servicing veterans who are 100% Service Connected. Located in Manchester.

NH Bureau of Special Medical Services
1-800-852-3345 x1-4488
NH Title V program for children with special healthcare needs.  Offers health programs and services for children, ages birth to 21 years, who have, or are at risk for, a chronic medical condition, disability, or special healthcare need.  Services available:  care coordination; nutrition, feeding and swallowing program; child development; clinic program; more.                                                                          

NH Family Voices
1-800-852-3345 x.1-4525
Providing information and support to families of children with special needs.

Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center (CMRC) Outpatient
603-547-3311 Greenfield
Speech, Physical and Occupational Therapy, Audiology,
Developmental Pediatrics diagnostics, driving evaluation.

Monadnock Developmental Services (MDS)
603-924-4203 Peterborough
Provides assistance to individuals of all ages with developmental disabilities, children with chronic health conditions, and adults with an acquired brain disorder.  Services include residential and community participation supports, employment, family support, and information and referral.

Monadnock Family Services
924-7236 Peterborough
A comprehensive mental health center that provides clinical services to the mentally/emotionally ill.

NH Partners in Health
At Monadnock Development Services
1-800-469-6082 or 352-1304
Information about resources for families who have children with chronic illness or disabilities.

Resource Center for Autism at the Institute on Disability
Professional development and technical assistance, evaluation and diagnosis, and academic and research initiatives, Ph.D. program in the study of autism spectrum disorders.

Common Sense Safety Classes
603-494-0780 Joanne Correia
First Aid and Self Defense classes for kids, women, men, and seniors.

American Red Cross
CPR and First Aid training, and other educational services.

Genetics Department at Dartmouth Hitchcock Hospital
Genetic counseling, assessment, and diagnosis.


New Hampshire Service Link                                                                                                      Aging & Disability Resource Center                                                                                            603-357-1922 or toll free 1-866-634-9412 Keene
Provides information on healthcare, insurance, Medicare and Medicaid and other services for older adults, persons with disabilities and family caregivers.

New Hampshire Health Access
Grants for the uninsured through your physician or hospital. Applications available online.

New Hampshire Easy Health Insurance Program
1-877-464-2447 for general information
603-924-7191 x1142 Monadnock Community Hospital
Free and low-cost health insurance plans available to newborns through 18-year-olds. Coverage is also available for pregnant women.  Monadnock Community Hospital will assist in the application process.                                                                      

Medication Bridge Program
at Monadnock Community Hospital

Antrim Medical Group
603-588-4200 Antrim

Cheshire Medical Center
603-354-5400 Keene                                                                                                       

Jaffrey Family Medicine
603-532-8775 Jaffrey

Monadnock Community Hospital
• Prescription Financial Aid Program
• Wellness Center
• Rehabilitation Center
• Social Services (Medicaid applications, and other assistance)

MCH Financial Assistance Program                                                                                            603-924-1717 Peterborough

Monadnock Family Care
603-924-4664 Peterborough

Monadnock Internists
603-924-4671 Peterborough

New Ipswich Family Medicine
603-878-1092 New Ipswich

North Meadow Family Health
603-924-7191 Peterborough

Peterborough Internal Medicine
603-924-4680 Peterborough

Monadnock OB-GYN Associates
Gynecology and Obstetrics

Healthy Starts (HCS)
603-352-2253 x 132  or 800-541-4145
Promotes healthy pregnancy and parenting among at-risk families in the Monadnock Region.

Planned Parenthood of Northern New England
1-800-230-7526 or 352-6898
1-800-293-3034 (emergency after hours)
8 Middle St., Keene walk-in clinic
TIMES: M 8:30-5, Tue 10-6, Wed 8:30-5, Thu 10-6, Fri 9-5
Walk In Hours: W 3-5, F 2-4
Routine gynecological care. Pap smears, pelvic and breast exams, AIDS/HIV testing, trans care. Pregnancy testing. Exams for sexually transmitted diseases. Sliding fee scale.

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Southwestern Community Services (SCS)
1-800-529-0005  or 603-352-7512 Keene
Grants for fuel (wood, oil, electric, gas). Fuel assistance and weatherization are provided to income-eligible families.

Southern NH Services
1-877-757-7048 Peterborough Toll Free
603-924-2243 Peterborough Office                                                                                          Grants for fuel (wood, oil, electric, gas). Fuel assistance and weatherization are provided to income-eligible families.

Neighbor Helping Neighbor
1-800-529-0005 Cheshire County
603-668-8010 Hillsborough County
Clients who aren’t eligible for fuel assistance and have a disconnection notice.

The Grapevine Wood Bank
For residents of Antrim, Hancock, Bennington, Francestown, and our surrounding communities.

Greenfield Wood Bank

Peterborough Heat Fund
“Keep Peterborough Warm”
Residents only – for Peterborough residents who don’t qualify for State fuel assistance and are having difficulty keeping warm.
603-924-8000 x101

First Congregational Church, Call 603-899-5722
Pastor’s Discretionary Fund providing small financial support to those needing help with heating costs.

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Help in a Hurry

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Focus on Recovery Helpline
Provides free and confidential information and referral. Help with food, housing, employment, health care, counseling and more.

Crisis Text Line:  741741

Serving anyone, in any type of crisis, providing access to free, 24/7 support and information, from anywhere in the United States, via texting.  Texting 741741 connects with a trained Crisis Counselor.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Crisis Chat (free & confidential)
1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Available 24 hours every day

The Samaritans, Inc.
603-357-5505  24-Hour Hotline (or call 911)
1-800-273-8255  National Hotline                                                                                                    1-800-632-8188  Parenting Stress Hotline
Befriending people in crisis situations, emergency crisis intervention. Will not accept collect calls in crisis situations.

ALCOHOL AND DRUGS                                                                                             Monadnock Region Substance Abuse Services
1-603-357-4400                                                                                                                            Alcohol and drug crisis and counseling services 24 hours a day.

Reality Check                                                                                                                                            (603) 532-9888                                                                                                                                     21 Goodnow Street, Jaffrey, NH                                                                                                         Drug addiction and recovery resources

GateHouse Sober Community
1-855-211-1176  Nashua, NH                                                                                                                  People in recovery helping people find recovery.                                                                  Where sobriety becomes your way of life

NH Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services
Confidential NH helpline.

Brattleboro Retreat
1-800-RETREAT Toll Free or Local 1-(802) 257-7785                                                                     Central Intake 1-(802) 258-3700  – 24 hours a day
Inpatient detox / Inpatient mental health

Phoenix House
603-563-8501 Dublin (Serves adults only) Press Option 1 for Admissions
603-358-4041 Keene – Outpatient and Adult Residential Short Term
Alcohol and drug 24-hour crisis intervention. 28-day in-patient program. Residential treatment for alcohol or substance abuse.

American Red Cross
Offers help in fire, flood, or other disasters. Also, CPR training and other educational services, AIDS information.

Call 911
Will put you in touch with your local emergency personnel.

Monadnock Community Hospital
924-7191 Ask for the Emergency Room.

Monadnock Family Services
Emergency services 24 hours daily – 7 days a week.

Monadnock Area Peer Support                                                                                               Recovery – Wellness – Empowerment
603-357-5093, 357-5094, or toll free 1-(866) 352-5093 Keene
A safe place for free, mutual peer support                                    

Warm Line                                                                                                                                           (603) 352-5093 or toll free 1 (866) 352-5093 Keene                                                                5:00 – 10:00 pm, 7 nights a week, 365 days a year

Acute Services (MFS)
603-924-7236 or 603-357-4400
Provides adult treatment and emergency mental health services.

Northern New England Poison Center
1-800-222-1222 (24 hr hotline)
Call in case of accidental poisoning, or to find out if something is hazardous.

Runaway Hotline
1-800-RUNAWAY (1-800-786-2929) 24-hour help

Resident Emergency Aid Program – Peterborough Residents Only

Homeless Outreach
Southwestern Community Services
1-800-529-0005 x4243 Rob Waters
Will help find shelter.

Monadnock Area Transitional Shelter (MATS)
603-924-5033 Peterborough
Shelter, food, clothing, and other services for people who are homeless; alcohol and drug free.

Monadnock Area Housing Coalition (SCS)
603-352-7512 x4243
Delivers direct and immediate care to the homeless population and those in imminent danger of becoming homeless.

Families in Transition
(603) 641-9441                                                                                                                            Provides innovative and effective interventions specifically designed to help homeless individuals and families reach beyond the cycle of homelessness to lead healthy and successful lives.                                                                                                          

NH Coalition to End Homelessness
“Click” on icon for your area of need to find help and local resources.                            

NH Dept. of Health and Human Services                                                                                   (603) 271-9196

Shelter From The Storm (SFTS)
Transitional housing and support services for the temporarily homeless in the Jaffrey/Rindge area.

Bureau of Elderly and Adult Services
1-800-351-1888                                                                                                                                 1-800-351-1888 X 9097 (Hearing or vision impaired)
1-800-735-2964 (TDD number)
HOURS: M-F   8 am – 4:30 pm – Call 911 after hours

Adult Protective Services                                                                                                                   Toll Free Within NH: 1-800-949-0470  Central Intake                                                       Outside NH:  603-271-7014
Adult protective services (18 years+) for physical or emotional abuse, neglect, self-neglect or financial exploitation.

Division of Children, Youth and Families (DCYF)
1-800-735-2964 (TDD number)
To report abuse and neglect during business hours. After hours call local police.

Monadnock Center for Violence Prevention
603-209-4015 Peterborough
603-352-3782 Keene
1-888-511-6287 Toll Free
Advocacy, information and referral for people experiencing domestic and sexual violence. 24-hour crisis hotline, emergency shelter, safety planning, education & outreach, peer counseling, and legal advocacy.

NH Information and Referral Line
Dial 211  or 1-866-444-4211

Monadnock United Way HELP LINE
8 am – 4:30 pm

Monadnock RSVP Volunteer Services.
Engages adults age 55 and over in service activities that meet critical community needs at non-profit and public agencies.

Neighbors-In-Deed through RSVP
Volunteers provide one to one, individualized friendship and non-medical assistance to seniors, adults with disabilities, and veterans and military families to help them maintain their independence in their homes.

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Shelters (For emergency assistance)

For immediate assistance 24/7 call 211,  1-866-444-4211 or

Domestic Violence and Rape 24/7 Hotline:  1-866-644-3574


Southwestern Community Services 
Housing Stabilization Services
603-352-7512   or   603-719-4243  or  Toll Free  1-800-529-0005
Delivers direct and immediate care, through emergency and transitional shelters, to the homeless population and those in imminent danger of becoming homeless.

Southern NH Services (SNHS)  Rent Assistance
603-668-8010 Manchester SNHS

Receives funding from The New Hampshire Department of Health & Human Services-Bureau of Homeless and Housing Services, for several different services to address or prevent homelessness. Short term assistance aids families and individuals who have received utility termination (due to arrearages) or eviction notices and are at imminent risk of becoming homeless.

Monadnock Area Transitional Shelter (MATS)
603-924-5033 Peterborough
Alcohol- and drug-free shelter, food, clothing, and other services for people who are homeless.                                                                                                                    

Shelter from the Storm (SFTS) 
603-532-8222  Jaffrey/Rindge
Providing transitional housing and support services for those who have become homeless due to a variety of circumstances. 

Hundred Nights – Cold Weather Shelter & Open Doors Resource Center                            603-352-5197  Keene                                                                                                                         The Mission of Hundred Nights, Inc. is to provide shelter and crisis related services to the displaced or homeless; to support the invisible members of our society who deserve dignity and a voice that is heard, through community, collaboration and guidance.    Shelter:  November 15th – April 15th;  Resource Center:  year round                      

List of Homeless Shelters in NH and VT


Contoocook Housing Trust
The Contoocook Housing Trust develops and provides affordable housing opportunities, including rentals and small homeownership loans, for families with modest incomes in 13 towns in the Contoocook Valley region.

Cheshire Housing Trust
Assistance for low and moderate income families in securing permanent affordable housing, and first time home buyers program. Cheshire County residents.

Keene Housing Authority
Provides and advocates for affordable housing and supportive services that strengthen and empower low- and-moderate income households in the Monadnock region.         

Great Brook Homes (Seniors and Disabled Individuals)
 603-588-3499 or 603-557-5680 or

Heatherbrook Apartment Rentals
603-924-9707 or 1-802-362-4663 Thm, Inc.

Pine View Apartments (formerly Prescott Hill)

Riverview Apartments

Rockbrook Apartments
603-641-2163 Stewart Property Management

Woodland Heights
603-878-2400 SK Properties
(senior & disabled, not family)

Gilmore Court
603-878-2400 SK Properties
(senior & disabled, not family)

Jaffrey Housing
603-352-7512 SCS Management Company

Jaffrey Mills Apartments
Stewart Property Mgt 603-641-2163;

Jaffwood Apartments

Village of Jaffrey
603-669-8551 Eastpoint Properties

NH Housing Finance Authority
1-800-439-7247 Rental/Housing Management
1-800-649-0470 Single-family home buying
1-603-472-8623 TDD for people who are hearing impaired
Rental and home-buyer programs for people with low incomes.

Southwestern Community Services 

Homeowner Assistance

Making Home Affordable
Home Affordable Refinance Program for loans held by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac. Home Affordable Modification Program for all other mortgages.

NH Community Loan Fund
603-224-6669 Concord                                                                                                                   8:00 am – 4:30 pm
“Your Turn Homebuyer’s Assistance – Welcome Home Loan”                                         Manufactured home loans.  Making buying a new mobile home affordable.

CATCH Housing
603-225-8835 Concord
Non-profit affordable housing agency – apartments and house rentals that are affordable.

Monadnock Habitat for Humanity
603-357-8474 Keene
603-228-3001 Concord
Partner families help to build their own homes and then buy them through zero-profit, zero-interest mortgages. Cheshire and Sullivan counties.

211 NH
Homeless information and referral services 24/7, 365 days a year.
For out-of-state callers or phone lines that requires you dial a “9”: 1-866-444-4211

Also see Senior Services and Disability Services

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Legal Help

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Disability Rights Center
Insures access to appropriate services for people with disabilities.

NH Bar Association
Lawline telephones are staffed by attorneys who provide free legal advice to any caller. No income guidelines for the Lawline program.
TIMES: 2nd Wednesday of each month, 6 – 8 pm

Modest Means Legal Program
New Hampshire Bar Association
“Access to Justice Just Got Easier.”  Reduced-fee legal assistance on a sliding scale for individuals/families that qualify.  Handling bankruptcy, DUI, divorce, child support, unemployment compensation, foreclosure, guardianship, veteran benefits and more – – -“Dedicated to the principle of equal justice for all.”  Call to see if you qualify.

Legal Advice and Referral Center
Assists clients primarily in the areas of family law, landlord tenant/housing issues, public benefits, and consumer issues. Must be financially eligible.
TIMES: MTWF 9am-12pm AND 1-4pm

Commission on the Status of Women, NH
Publishes A Legal Handbook for Women in NH. Contact NH Commission on the Status of Women, State House Annex, Room 334, Concord, NH 03301

Division of Child Support Services, NH
1-800-624-9700 Keene district office
Locates non-custodial parent, establishes paternity, child support orders, and custody and visitation orders.

Legal Assistance, NH
1-800-562-3994 Claremont (Monadnock region)
1-800-517-0577 Nashua
1-800-562-3174 Manchester
New Hampshire Legal Assistance provides free legal help to low-income and elderly persons who cannot afford a private attorney. Handles legal matters involving health care, public and private housing issues, food stamps, welfare, unemployment compensation, utility shut-off and nursing home problems.
TIMES: M-F 8:30 am – 5 pm

NH Pro Bono Referral System
Coordinates and leverages the free legal services of volunteer attorneys to help meet the basic needs of low-income families and individuals.

NH Public Defender
603-357-4891 Keene
603-224-1236 Concord
Provides free legal service to defendants charged with felonies or misdemeanors. Staff attorneys represent clients in probable cause hearings, plea negotiations, felony and misdemeanor trials, and juvenile proceedings and appeals. Counsel can be appointed at an initial hearing. Forms are available at Jaffrey District Clerk of Courts in Jaffrey.

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Money and Work

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Community Loan Fund
Serves as a catalyst, leveraging financial, human & civic resources to enable traditionally underserved people to participate more fully in the NH economy; complementing and extending the reach of conventional lenders & public institutions.

Find Financial Freedom
(Funded by the US Dept of the Treasury, CDFI Fund)
1-800-622-5266, ext. 9404
Learn to manage your money and your credit. This free online money program will help you take control of your finances.

(Non-profit membership organization)
HOMEteam is dedicated to providing consumers with objective tools and information what will help prepare for, and protect, their biggest investment – their home.  HOMEteam provides seminars, one-on-one counseling/coaching to potential homebuyers and homeowners on topics such as:  building credit; establishing a budget; understanding and improving credit scores; learning about savings and lending opportunities; providing help on any aspect or preparing for home ownership, once they attend one of their home buying seminars.

Free Credit Report
Get your free credit report and learn what to do to clear up your credit history.

Greenpath Debt Solutions of NH & VT
Helps families repay and deal with loans, debts, and credit cards.

Link-Up Life Line
Financial assistance (up to 50%) for telephone and installation charges. To apply, contact local telephone company.

Money Matters at the River Center
Free tax preparation, financial tools workshops, individual money coaching. Walk-in service for money coaching on Wednesdays 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm, or call to make an appointment.

Project LIFT
Regional adult literacy program.                                                                                

Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF)
NH Department of Health & Human Services
M – F  8-4:00
Program provides money for food, housing, heat and lights, clothing, etc. Need-based eligibility.

The Salvation Army – Peterborough                                                                                  
1-978-616-7116                                                                                                                                                                                         Please call or email to see if you qualify for assistance.

UNH Cooperative Extension
603-641-6060 Hillsborough County
603-352-4550 Cheshire County
“Taking Care of Your Finances”: Five-session course helps individuals and couples handle their money better by setting goals, learning good communication, managing debt, and keeping good records. Start times and locations vary.


Monadnock Worksource
603-924-3326 Peterborough
Provides services to adults with developmental disabilities.

NH Department of Employment Security (NHDES)
603-352-1904 Keene
Job search, resume development, interview techniques, unemployment claims.

New Hope/New Horizons (SCS)
Employment supports for adults who have a developmental or an acquired disability.

Vocational Rehabilitation
603-357-0266 Keene  or  Toll Free (800) 620-7688
Assists people with disabilities to secure employment.
(Refer to Disability Services section for additional listings.)

Each town is required by law to give emergency help for food, housing, fuel. (If unable to reach Welfare Office, call local police.)

603-588-6785 x.226
M-Th 8 am – 2:30 pm

Call for appointment.

Call for appointment.

Call for appointment.

M-F 9 am – 5 pm

Call for appointment.

M-F 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

603-532-7880 or 7445
Call for appointment.

New Ipswich
M-F 9 am – 4 pm

603-924-8000 x100
Call for appointment.

603-899-5181 x100
Call for appointment.

Call for appointment.

Iphigenia Hatt 603-668-4411 x6433
Call for appointment.

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Senior Services

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Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CFSP)
For income eligible seniors.
Southern NH Services (SNHS)
(Hillsborough County residents)
Southwestern Community Services (SCS)
603-352-7512 Ext. 4240
(Cheshire County residents)

Meals on Wheels
Hancock, Greenfield, Greenville, Peterborough, Mason, New Ipswich and Temple: 603-878-3109
Dublin, Jaffrey, Rindge: 603-532-7263
Hillsborough, Bennington, Deering, Francestown, and Windsor: 603-464-3553
Meals delivered by paid staff and volunteers to people age 60 and over, Monday through Friday, lunch or supper $2.50/day or $12.50/week. Meals also available to people under age 60 who fit specific guidelines.




Antrim Village Apartments

Greenfield Commons

Greenville Falls

Gilmore Court
603-878-2400 SK Properties

Jaffrey Housing
603-352-7512 SCS Management Company

Village of Jaffrey
603-669-8551 Eastpoint Properties


Pine Street Apartments
603-878-1247 Contoocook Housing Trust

Pine View Apartments (formerly Prescott Hill)

603-641-2163 Stewart Property Management

Woodland Heights
603-878-2400 SK Properties

Southern NH Services

RiverMead Lifecare Community
Peterborough 603-924-0062

Scott-Farrar Assisted Living
Peterborough 603-924-3691

Summerhill Assisted Living
Peterborough 924-6238

Pheasant Wood Care & Rehabilitation Center – Genesis HealthCare
603-924-7267 Peterborough                                      

Good Shepherd Rehabilitation and Nursing Center
603-532-8762 Jaffrey                                                            

Armistead Senior Care
Toll free: 877-448-7088, or Phone: 603-277-9119
Offering home-based, non-medical personal care and other support services for seniors and people living with disabilities.

Monadnock at Home
Serving the towns east of Mt. Monadnock, helping seniors 62 & over live their lives to the fullest while staying in their own home. Services include  transportation to appointments and once-a-week grocery trips, help with simple maintenance or basic technical problems, social and educational opportunities, telephone check-ins, and volunteer opportunities.  Membership only; call for more information.

Comfort Keepers
603-352-2227 Keene Area * (603) 673-3336 Milford Area *  (603) 228-6200 Concord
In-home care services offering personal care, companionship, and home safety solutions.

HomeWatch Caregivers of Peterborough and Nashua
603-924-5924  Peterborough Area
In-home care-giving provides a wide array of services – from elder care to care for chronic conditions – to maintain your loved one’s healthy and independent lifestyle.

Seniors Helping Seniors
Offering home-based, non-medical personal care (light housekeeping, shopping, cooking, mowing the lawn, etc.) and other support services for seniors, by seniors.

Granite State Independent Living (GSIL)
Consumer directed personal care services enable individuals to live independently in their homes and community through the support of attendant care workers who many assist with personal care, household management and community access.

Caring Companions (Easter Seals)
1-800-870-8728   Covering most of Hillsborough County & Jaffrey
Trained, compassionate caregivers available from a few hours a day to around-the-clock care, hospice care, Alzheimer’s and dementia care.

Bureau of Elderly and Adult Services
1-800-351-1888 (toll free)
Adult protective services (18 years+) for physical or emotional abuse, neglect, self-neglect or exploitation.                                                                                                                 Adult Protection Central Intake Unit     1-800-040-0470 (toll free)                                             Information on services for people with vision or hearing loss:                                                   1-800-351-1888 X 9097

Department of Health and Human Services
1-603-357-3510  Keene District Office  or 1-800-624-9700

TDD Access Relay 1-800-735-2964

Office of the State Long-Term Care Ombudsman
To discuss a question or concern regarding a resident of a licensed long-term care facility.

Castle Center Life Enrichment Day Program (HCS)
352-2253 or 800-541-4145  Keene
Provides a safe and stimulating environment for older adults with health conditions which limit independence.

Compassionate Friends Support
603-289-0153  Monadnock Chapter

603-391-5387  Manchester/Nashua
Support for people dealing with the death of a child, grief education.

Friendly Bus (HCS)
352-8494  Keene                                                                                                                                       Mon – Fri 8AM – 4PM   Wednesday – provides transportation to DHMC-Lebanon and to VA Center at White River Junction, VT.  (Please call for details)
Provides specialized, door-to-door transportation services for the elderly and approved adults with disabilities over 18 years of age in Keene.

Keene Senior Center
352-5037  Keene
Provides a community center-based program of activities designed to meet the social, recreational, and educational needs of the region’s adult population 50 years of age and older.

Legal Assistance, NH
800-562-3994 Claremont (Monadnock area)
800-562-3174 Manchester
New Hampshire Legal Assistance provides free legal help to low-income and senior (60+) persons who cannot afford a private attorney. Handles legal matters involving health care, public and private housing issues, food stamps, welfare, unemployment compensation, utility shut-off, debt collection, and nursing home problems.
M-F 8:30 am – 5 pm

Monadnock ServiceLink Resource Center
Individuals and families of all ages and abilities may call for information about resources and help. ServiceLink can follow a person for 90 days, and can do home visits.
Long term care counseling for seniors and adults with disabilities.

National Able Network
855-994-8300  Toll Free
603-206-4400  Manchester
The senior community service employment program offers seniors 55 and older support, resources and career counseling.

RSVP / Monadnock Volunteer Center
603-924-7350 The Greater Peterborough Region
603-357-6893 Keene
Using the skills and talents of people of all ages to provide solutions to meet community needs through volunteerism: friendly visits, telephone reassurance phone calls, transportation to medical appointments, minor household repairs.

The Samaritans, Inc.
603-357-5505 Keene                                                                                                                     1-800-273-8255 National Hotline
Befriending people in crisis situations, emergency intervention. Will not accept collect calls in crisis situations.

Services for the Blind & Visually Impaired
A statewide no cost program providing services to adults 55 and older, with significant hearing loss, living at home. Services may include assessment, skill training, and adaptive aids and devices.

Social Security Administration
Keene: 1-877-405-3651
Manchester: 603-641-2180
Federal program of financial and medical benefits for the elderly, the disabled, widows, and survivors. Supplementary Security Income provides cash payments to families with disabled children.

Alzheimer’s Association
800-272-3900  Help line
Information, referral, support and education.

Home Healthcare, Hospice and Community Services (HCS)
800-541-4145 Keene
603-532-8353 Peterborough
Variety of services that assist people with recovery at home after an illness or injury. Services include visiting nurses; physical, occupational, and speech therapists; medi¬cal social workers; home health aides and hospice care. HCS offers programs that provide long term in-home assistance.

Monadnock Adult Care Center
22 North Street, Jaffrey
Improves the quality of life of participants, families, and caregivers while supporting an individual’s efforts to remain independent.  Offers structured care during the day to adults with physical, emotional, and/or social challenges.  Transportation may be available.                                                                                                                        

Greater Nashua Dental Connection – Nashua
Providing access to affordable oral health care to those in need.  Call with questions about eligibility, services and/or to discuss your specific situation. By appointment.

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Community Volunteer Transportation Company – (CVTC)
Volunteer Driver Program for those without access to transportation to non-emergency medical appointments, social services, food shopping, and pharmacy visits.

Friendly Bus & City Express (HCS)
603-352-8494                                                                                                                                           Monday through Friday  8AM – 4PM                                                                                    Wednesdays – provides transportation to DHMC-Lebanon and to VA Center at White River Junction, VT.
Provides specialized door-to-door transportation services for the elderly and approved adults with disabilities in Keene.  Please call for details.

Good News Garage – Ascentria Care Alliance
603-669-6937 Manchester
Two programs for people with low incomes to access safe
transportation. Income guidelines.
•  Program 1: Wheels to Work Program: Must be referred by caseworker from DHHS and TANF recipient (temporarily suspended).
•  Program 2: Jump Start – must be a resident of NH, have driver’s license, and a job.

Monadnock at Home
For residents of towns east of Mt. Monadnock, ages 62+. Providing transportation to appointments & once-a-week grocery trips, to enable seniors to stay in their homes. Membership only.  Call for more information.

Monadnock Regional Council For Community Transportation (Directory)
(Please refer to link below)                                                                                                             Link below provides a comprehensive, town-by-town listing of the region’s transportation services, including public transit, volunteer driver, private-for-hire, human service agency, wheelchair and senior assistance transportation.

Rural Rides, American Red Cross
No longer providing transportation. See CVTC for transportation needs.

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Crisis Management and Suicide Prevention                                

Crisis Hotline

1-800-273-8255 press “1”


Manchester VAMC Patient Advocate, Marti Jones 603-624-4366 Ext. 6491

White River Junction VAMC, Patient Advocate 802-295-9363 Ext. 6293

Mental Health (incl PTSD/TBI)

Manchester VA Mental Health                                                            

603-624-4366 Ext. 1825   *   Walk-in Clinic 603-624-4366 Ext. 2740

White River Junction VA Outpatient Mental Health

802-295-9363 Ext. 5760


603-225-5359 or toll free 1-800-242-6264                                                              

Drug/Alcohol Abuse                                                                      

Prevention and Alcohol Abuse                                                     


Care Coordination and Emergency Assistance

Care Coordination Program of New Hampshire
Comprehensive Support Services, Personal Financial Consultants Serving you and your loved ones.
CCPNH Provides the armed forces (and their families)  with the support necessary to sustain a healthy life and maintain mission readiness before, during and after deployment. Support services include:  housing assistance, deployment support, employment assistance, education assistance, legal resources, counseling, crisis intervention and emergency assistance.

Veterans Count – a program of Easter Seals
(603) 315-4354
Care Coordination and Emergency Assistance for service members, veterans, and their loved ones.
Available for all who have served, regardless of veteran status or VA eligibility.   Contact Veterans Count to request a care coordinator for free, confidential and local assistance, including:  linking to health care, benefits, mental health services; crisis intervention; housing and homelessness; transportation assistance; respite care; childcare resources; employment; legal issues; aging and senior issues, substance abuse treatment and aftercare; disability services resources; budgeting and financial management; military sexual trauma.

Harbor Homes
(603) 882-3616
Dedicated to providing housing, employment, health care and financial  assistance, for homeless and low income veterans and their families in New Hampshire.

Veteran and Family Counseling

Vet-to-Vet Peer Support                                                                              

Concord 603-624-9230 Ext 304

Keene Veterans Center                                                                                                                   Counseling for combat veterans; information and referrals.                                                   603-358-4950                                                     

Manchester Veterans Center                                                                                               Individual, group, and couples counseling for PTSD, military sexual trauma, bereavement and anger management.                                                                                       603-668-7060 

Homeless and Family Support Services   

Harbor Homes– Nashua                                                                                                                         603-882-3616 / 603-305-1122

Liberty House – Manchester                                                                                                               603-669-0761 

Armistice Homestead
(978) 728-4931
Safe, happy and independent in a sober environment; helping veterans rebuild their lives and restore self confidence for a better future.  All residents work independently with the team to identify goals and continue to work on recovery through animal therapy and farming.

Veterans Advocacy Assistance

NH Office of Veterans Services                                                                                                      603-624-9230 

VA Women’s Services                                                                                                         Manchester – Rochelle Brown, RN 603-624-4366 Ext. 3199

White River Junction                                                                                                                      802-291-6230  

Home and Community Based Services

VA Care Coordinator                                                                                                                        603-624-4366 Ext. 2524 

Northeast Passage
603-862-0070 Durham
1-800-735-2964 TTY for the hearing impaired.
Developing, delivering, and evaluating innovative barrier-free recreation and health promotion programs. Promotes client independence through education and problem solving, creating opportunities, and collaborating with others to create a strong network of accessible recreation. Offers veteran-specific events – free or at reduced cost.

Financial Assistance

American Legion Service Officer                                                                                                    603-222-5784 (State)                                                                                                                     603-856-8951 (State)

VFW Service Officer                                                                                                                         603-222-5780 (VA Regional Office – Manchester)

NH Chaplin’s Emergency Relief Fund:


NH Employment Security                                                                                                           Keene: 603-352-1904                                                                                                                            

Veterans Service Officer                                                                                                                   603-352-1904

603-624-9230 Ext 307 (Manchester)

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