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Links to New Hampshire Resources

  • 2013-2014 Seniors Count Resource Guide: Community resource guide serving the Greater Concord, Manchester and Nashua area.
  • A Place For Mom: FREE Elder Care Referral Service, Connect with An Advisor in Your Area, call (888) 704-7786.
  • American Red Cross - NH Chapter: The American Red Cross is a non-profit, community service organization dedicated to providing disaster relief and emergency aid to people living in central and northern New Hampshire. Disaster preparedness for Seniors.
  • Breathe New Hampshire: Is the state's oldest nonprofit health organization committed to eliminating lung disease and improving the quality of life for those living with lung disease. Breath NH is a local organization that provides educational programs, and supports public health advocacy and scientific research to improve lung health state-wide.
  • Better Choices, Better Health: The Chronic Disease Self-Management Program, also known as Better Choices, Better Health (BCBH). Site bring you to the Southern Area Health Education Center, which maintains information for all BCBH consumer workshops statewide. Information and contact information is included for both northern and southern NH.
  • DrugFreeNH.org: A website designed to help individuals, families, and communities to get informed, get involved and get help! You will find information on prevention efforts, effects of alcohol and other drugs, guidance on recovery and treatment and links to programs in the Granite State and more.
  • EngAging NH: EngAGING NH promotes citizen leadership and opportunities for purposeful engagement. It also advances the active involvement of NH’s older adults in the development of public policies and community infrastructure to support all of us as we age. Newsletters, ways to get involved, and more.
  • Granite State Independent Living: A New Hampshire based advocacy group providing information to individuals and families.
  • New Hampshire Falls Task Force: Dedicated to reducing the risk of falling with injury among older adults. This website provides information and tools for older adults, caregivers and providers with the goal of reducing the risk of falls and preventing falls before they happen.
  • New Hampshire Association for the Blind: A private statewide non-profit direct services agency who's mission is to advance the independence of persons who are blind and visually impaired.
  • New Hampshire Association of Senior Centers : The New Hampshire Association of Senior Centers is a statewide, professional, non-profit organization dedicated to fostering the multipurpose nature of senior centers and professional development of senior center management.
  • New Hampshire Bar Association:

Low-Income Taxpayer Project: The Taxpayer Project assists qualified individuals with federal income tax disputes through referrals to volunteer attorneys for free advice and/or representation.
Legal Advice and Referral Center: provides free legal information, advice and referrals to low-income people with family law, local welfare and housing issues, including Pro Se assistance. LARC refers cases to Pro Bono, NHLA and other legal service agencies.
Pro Bono Referral Program: Pro Bono links low-income people with volunteer attorneys who provide free legal services in family law, bankruptcy, consumer, housing and senior citizen matters.
Lawyer Referral Service: LRS provides attorney referrals to members of the public who have legal problems/issues (from personal injury and consumer matters to family law) and can afford to pay for legal services.
The DOVE Projectfree-legal-services: The Domestic Violence Emergency or DOVE Project provides free legal representation for qualifying survivors of domestic violence at final restraining order hearings.
UNH School of Law Civil Practice Clinic: The Civil Practice Clinic assists low-income clients with a variety of issues, including identity theft, unfair trade practices, small business disputes, predatory lending, auto fraud, bankruptcy, unfair sales practices, debt collection defense, and commercial issues.

  • New Hampshire Electronic Application System (NH EASY): A fast and easy solution to apply for benefits. Create an Account to read notices online, view account info, apply for benefits, learn about whether or not you may qualify for benefits, and apply online for Cash, Medical, and Food Stamps assistance, Child Care Scholarships, and the Medicare Savings Program.
  • New Hampshire Health & Human Services Department: Our mission is to join communities and families in providing for citizens to achieve health and independence.
  • New Hampshire Hospital Association: The Association's mission is to enhance the clinical and economic performance of hospitals, improve public confidence in hospitals, and expand access to coverage and care for the citizens of New Hampshire.
  • New Hampshire Housing: Provides a list of apartments for rent through landlords who are willing to participate in the Housing Choice Voucher Program. This list is updated periodically, but there is no guarantee that the unit will still be available even though they are on this listing. Please note: New Hampshire Housing does not endorse any particular landlords or owners. Contacting, and contracting with, landlords, owners, or apartment managers on this list is solely the responsibility of the prospective tenant.
  • New Hampshire Housing Facebook page: To share resources on financial fitness, employment, and homeownership to promote informed financial decision-making. Like the page, comment on posts, and share this link with others who want to achieve financial fitness and build assets. We plan to post three times a week and hope you and others will share useful info, resources, best practices and tools as well.
  • New Hampshire Legal Assistance (NHLA): A non-profit law firm offering legal services in civil matters to seniors and eligible low-income persons. NHLA provides high quality legal services to vulnerable low-income people, ranging from simple legal information and advice to vigorous and thorough representation in all of New Hampshire's courts and before many of the local, state and federal agencies which play large roles in the lives of low-income people. In providing legal services to the poor, NHLA helps balance the scales of justice for all citizens.
  • New Hampshire ProviderLink Directory: An online service that connects individuals of all ages who have disabilities or chronic health conditions with providers throughout NH. Access hundreds of provider profiles, explore the Employer of Record options, tips on hiring, and valuable resources.
  • New Hampshire Disability Resource Guide: A website and resource guide developed for individuals cross-disability by the NH Developmental Disabilities Council.
  • Safe Kids NH: Safe Kids NH works to Prevent unintentional childhood injury, the number one cause of death for children in the US. Safe Kids NH Partners with the Northern New England Poison Center and have paired up to promote ans share information and tools to keep families safe around medicine. Tools include the most recent Press Release: Safe Kids NH Issues Alert pdf file, a Partner Email to help spread the word pdf file, and a Parent Tip Card with prevention tips pdf file.
  • Unused Medicine Disposal in New Hampshire: One pathway for pharmaceuticals entering water resources is via the manner in which people dispose of unused medicines. Developing medicine disposal practices that are legally and environmentally sound, and that prevent accidental drug poisonings or intentional drug abuse require the consideration of many issues and coordination of multiple stakeholders. DES is coordinating with interested stakeholders to address how to manage and dispose of unused medicine in New Hampshire.

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