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Birth and Parenting Program
600 Saint Johnsbury Road
Littleton, NH 03561
Provides a full range of classes for pregnant families,including Breastfeeding,Pregnancy Birth and Parenting,Sibling Tours,CPR/Safety and Refresher course. Lactation services include breastfeeding classes,phone consultations,hospital consulations for
"tune-ups",and use of breast pumps and proper storage of breast milk. There is no charge for anyone for the mothers' groups as well as no charge for parenting classes for those delivering at Littleton Regional Hospital.

Phone: (603) 444-9000 ext 335
Contact: Kathleen Govatski, Lactation Cordinator
Hours: vary
Email: kgovatski@Littletonhospital.org
Granite State College
646 Union St.
Littleton, NH 03561
Granite State College is the college for adults of all ages who seek quality higher education through innovative and alternative delivery. We offer classroom-based, online, off-campus, and many creative options for taking courses, completing a certificate program or obtaining an associate or bachelor degree.
Phone: 603-444-3439
Contact: Lisa Wyzik, Academic Advisor
Hours: M-Thurs. 8-5 and Fri. 8-12:30
Website: www.granite.edu
Email: Lisa.Wyzik@granite.edu
Head Start
103 Cottage St.
Littleton NH 03561
A child and family development program for families with children ages 3-5. Head Start is a free program to eligible families. The Head Start program is made up of 3 parts:
1:Family&Community Partnerships
2:Education&Early Childhood Development
3:Child Health&Development
Center-Based Option:Children meet 4 days a week at the local center for pre-school experience. The day includes a nutritional breakfast,snack and lunch.
Combination Option:Families recieve one individualized home visit from a trained Combo Teacher to promote child and family development. Children meet 3 days a week at the local center for pre-school experience. The day includes a nutritional breakfast,snack and lunch.

Phone: 603-444-0226
Hours: 7:30-3pm(staff) 8:30-12:30(children)
Email: Littletonhscb@tccap.org
New Hampshire Community Technology College
646 Union St.
Littleton, NH 03561
White Mountains Community College is fully-accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) as a comprehensive community college.

We offer associate degree, professional certificate, and certificate programs in a student-centered learning environment. Quality, accessibility, and customer satisfaction are the cornerstones of our college. Take advantage of the expertise of our caring faculty and staff whose goal is to ensure you approach the academic world with confidence. Your academic success is our business!

Phone: 603-444-1326
Contact: Melanie Collins
Hours: 9-6 M-TH and 9-4 Friday, 9 - noon Saturday
Website: www.wmcc.edu
Email: mcollins@ccsnh.edu
The Adult Tutorial Program
30 Bronson St.
Littleton, NH 03561
Offers free, confidential, one-to-one and small group instruction in basic reading, writing, math, English-as-a-Second-Language, and preparation for the high sschool equivalency exam, the GED.
Volunteer tutors receive training and ongoing support as they work in partnership with their students to reach individual educational goals.

Phone: 603-444-6306
Contact: Paula Giocobbe
Hours: By Appoinment
Website: n/a
Email: adulttutorial@netzero.net
University of NH Cooperative Extension
Grafton County Adminisrative Office
3855 Dartmouth College Rd. Box5
North Haverhill, NH 03774
UNH Cooperative Extension is an educational outreach of the Land Grant University System. The family and Consumer resource staff provides workshops, educational information, problem solving skills, and training in a variety of areas including nutrition and food safety, work force preparedness, money management skills and leadership development. Additional Extension staff work in forestry, agriculture, dairy, water qaulity and 4H Youth Development.
Phone: 603-787-6944
Contact: Northam Parr
Hours: 8-4 M-F
Website: www.ceinfo.unh.edu
Email: ce.grafton@unh.edu

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