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The ServiceLink Network reserves the right to deny links if it determined that a website contains misleading or unsubstantiated claims, conflicts with the purpose of the agency, or fails to conform to the requirements of the state agency's linking policy. Requests to be included as a link should be emailed to the webmaster at the Bureau of Elderly and Adult Services (NH DHHS).

Administration for Community Living (ACL):  The Administration for Community Living (ACL) is part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and is headed by the Administrator, who reports directly to the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS). ACL’s Principal Deputy Administrator serves as Senior Advisor to the HHS Secretary for Disability Policy.

ACL is structured to provide general policy coordination while retaining unique programmatic operations specific to the needs of each population we serve.

ACL is comprised of the following units:

Office of the Administrator *
Administration on Aging (AoA)
Administration on Intellectual and
Developmental Disabilities (AIDD)
Center for Consumer Access and
Self-Determination (CCASD)
Center for Management and Budget (CMB)
Center for Policy and Evaluation (CPE)

* Within the Office of the Administrator is ACL’s Office of Regional Operations. ACL’s Regional Support Centers are located across the United States

2013-2014 Seniors Count Resource Guide pdf file

AARP: maintains the AARP Meeting Place, a support group for the caregivers available throughout America on line, provides information about AARP and its services.

Administration for Community Living: Information designed for older Americans and their families.

BenefitsCheckUp: Provides individuals with a comprehensive list of federal and state programs for which they may qualify, including financial assistance, educational opportunities, employment programs, health care, home energy assistance, housing assistance, and volunteer opportunities.

Coping with the Cost of Care: No matter how great your insurance coverage is or if you are on Medicare, the out-of-pocket costs due to medical needs can add up. And if you or a loved one have a serious medical condition or disability, your costs can add up quickly. This guide is designed to give you all the information you need to claim the deductions you are due. Whether for yourself, or for someone you love and care for, here is what you need to know about tax deductions for medical costs.

Eldercare Locator: The Eldercare Locator is the first step to finding resources for older adults in any U.S. community.

GLAD Answers: Legal information service, where you can ask questions, get referrals, and find out more about your own legal situation. GLAD is a non-profit legal organization serving the LGBTQ and HIV+ communities in New England.

Language Line: Interpreter services in over 170 languages.

Local Initiatives Support Corporation: Provides information and overview of the MetLife Foundation Community-Police Partnership Awards Program. Included with this link are resources related to past partnership awards including 2008 and 2009 senior and safety case studies. These case studies are used to help guide communities and police departments facing similar safety issues. These studies are free to the public, and are a unique resource because of their specific focus on crime deterrence and neighborhood inclusionary practices.

Medicare Information: Information about Medicare for consumers or providers.

Mid-State Regional Coordinating Council: The Mid-State RCC serves New Hampshire communities in Belknap and Merrimack County (excluding Hooksett), and the towns of Deering and Hillsborough from Hillsborough County.

2016 Mid-State Ride Resource Directory: Mid-State RCC has recently published their updated Resource Director updated in May 2016.

New Hampshire's Falls Awareness:
The NH Falls Task Force exists to:

  • Reduce the rate of death and disability in the elderly due to falls.
  • Reduce the risk of falling in the elderly population.
  • Educate and train professionals working with the elderly.

Watch Me Grow: Raising Awareness about Developmental and Behavioral Screening: Helps New Hampshire families to ensure their child’s brightest future by tracking his or her growth and development. It is New Hampshire’s developmental screening, referral and information system for families of children ages birth to six years.

Social Security Administration: The Social Security Administration's mission is to advance the economic security of the nation’s people through compassionate and vigilant leadership in shaping and managing America's Social Security programs.

StopFraud.Gov: The Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force maintains a wide list of resources and information dedicated to helping find and report suspected cases of financial fraud.

Portable Document Format Symbol Portable Document Format (.pdf). Visit for a list of free .pdf readers for a variety of operating systems.

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