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Alzheimer's Health Care Services
610 Sullivan st
Berlin, NH 03570
Alzheimer's Health Care Services offers a licensed, medical adult day care program for individuals with Alzheimer's disease and other related dementias.
The Adult Day provides social activities,respite for caregivers,support,education and an opportunity for individuals to continue living in his/her community. The Alzhiemer's caregivers support group meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 5:30 at The Morrison in Whitefield.

Phone: (603)752-3336 or 1-800-700-7654
Contact: Tiffany Kenison-Manager
Hours: 8:30am-3:30pm
Center for New Beginnings
229 Cottage St.
Littleton, NH 03561
A non-profit agency that provides quality psychotherapy services for adjustment issues, loss, trauma, school or work problems, eating issues, relationship issues, substance abuse, anxiety and depression, as well as special services for domestic violence victims and offenders.
Phone: 603-444-6465
Hours: by appointment
Family Support Services of Northern NH Mental Health
29 Maple St.
Littleton, NH 03561
Provides support and assistance to infants and young children, birth to three years old, who have a develomental disability, delay or are at risk of delay. Working with family, Family Centered Early Supports and Services address the child's physical, developmental, health and enviromental issues.
Phone: 603-444-5358
Contact: Diana Farr
Hours: 8-4:30 24hr Emergency Service
Granite State Independent Living
267 Main St.
Suite 400
Littleton, NH 03561
Statewide, non-profit, service and advocacy organization that provides tools for people with disabilities, so they can navigate thier own lives and participate fully in thier communities. GSIL provides skills training, peer support, information and referral, advocacy, personal care attendant services, and much more.
Phone: 603-444-0904
Contact: Patricia Dexter
Hours: M-F 8-4
Lore Caldwell LCMHC
15 Main St.
Littleton, NH 03561
Psychotherapy for individuals and groups. I also use art therapy, play therapy and sandtray therapy with children as well as adults.
Phone: 603-444-8830
Contact: Lore Caldwell
Hours: M-Thurs. 10-5
New Hampshire Catholic Charities
41 Cottage St.
P.O. Box 323
Littleton, NH 03561
New Hampshire Catholic Charities in founded in the life and ministry of Jesus Christ. Serving all people, we strive for social justice and dedicate ourselves to providing quality health and social service programs that heal, comfort and empower.
Clinical & Family Services:
Licensed social workers and mental health counselors providing support for individuals, couples and families struggling with a variety of difficulties such as depression, family conflicts, substance abuse, or grief caused by a loved one’s passing. With the ultimate goal of improving quality of life, counseling helps people overcome their difficulties, build and sustain healthy relationships, and live a satisfying life.

Parish and Community Services:
Parish and Community Services is a community outreach program whose aim is to address emerging social service needs in respective communities around the state. Staff members work not only with individuals seeking assistance, but also collaborate with other faith-based and social service organizations to establish grassroots initiatives to address and combat social ills facing the poor and vulnerable.

Health & Senior Care Services:
New Hampshire Catholic Charities provides a continuum of senior care services including: short term rehabilitation & skilled nursing; long term care (including Alzheimer’s & memory care); assisted and independent living as well as home care. Dedicated teams of professionals provide person-centered care to nourish the needs of each individual’s body, mind and spirit.

New Hampshire Food Bank:
Located in Manchester, the New Hampshire Food Bank serves the hungry throughout the state by working to increase availability and distribution of high quality nutritious foods to food pantries, soup kitchens, children's programs, elderly meal sites and other agencies committed to ending hunger. Additionally, the NHFB offers programming to help low-income individuals gain self-sufficiency through: job training, food budgeting skills, and the promotion of better health through education about improved nutrition choices and healthy cooking.

Immigration and Refugee Services:
Recognized by the U.S. Bureau of Immigration Appeals since 1994, NHCC’s immigration staff has provided casework, support, and guidance to low-income individuals going through the process of becoming United States citizens. The team assists with various applications and petitions - from family-based visas to political asylum.

Phone: (603) 444-7727
Contact: Tony Poekert
Hours: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM, Mon. - Fri.
North Country Home Health and Hospice Agency
536 Cottage Street
Littleton, NH 03561
North Country Home Health and Hospice Agency provides home healthcare providers, social workers, nurses, therapists, home health aids, and homemakers. Both Medicare and Medicaid are accepted.
Also offered are breast cancer support groups and bereavement support groups.

Phone: (603) 444-5317
Hours: office hours:Mon.-Fri.8:00am-4:30pm Staff available 24 hours
Parent Information Center
151a Manchester St.
Concord NH 03302
PIC is a recognized leader in building strong family/school/community partnerships. PIC provides information,support and educational programs for parents,family members,educators,youths with disabilities and the community. PIC is a pioneer in promoting effective parent involvement in the special education process.PIC offers a variety of services and programs including free phone assistance,workshops and training programs.
Phone: (603)224-7005 or (800)947-7005
Contact: Heather Thalheimer, Executive Director
Hours: 9-4:30
Peer Support Center
470 Harriman Rd.
Dalton, NH 03592
Provides Peer Support of adult mental health consumers. We assist a mental health consumer to develop a sense of empowerment in thier individual recovery process. The following is our Mission Statement:
-Peer Counseling
-Encouraging a sense of personal responsibility for thier lifestyle
-Increased socialization skills
-Increased understanding of mentall illness in general
-Improve life skills
-Improve basic academic skills
-Increased interaction with the community
-Allow a person to be aware they are not alone
We make an ongoing effort to provide academic skill training for those consumers who have needs and desires to improve thier skills. Computer training is available for people.

Phone: 603-444-5314
Contact: Kathy Lewis
Hours: 24/7

This site is administered by
Ammonoosuc Community Health Services
And has been made possible through the generous support of the Office of Community-based Education and Research at Dartmouth Medical School and New Hampshire Catholic Charities

Key collaborators are:
Community Collaborative for End of Life Care
Ammonoosuc Community Health Services