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Case Management

CAP Homeless Outreach Coos County
56 Prospect Street
Lancaster, NH 03584
CAP Homeless Outreach of Coos County helps the homeless find appropriate housing. Case management with past clients of up to 90 days is available.
Phone: (603) 788-2683
Contact: Jenn Bean
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:00am-4:00pm
Website: tccap.org

Case Management

CAP Homeless Outreach Grafton County
244 Main Street
Littleton, NH 03561
CAP Homeless Outreach of Grafton County helps the homeless find appropriate housing. Case management with past clients of up to 90 days is available.
Phone: (603) 444-0184
Contact: Woody Miller
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:00am-4:00pm
Website: tccap.org

Case Management

Crotched Mountain Community Care
16 Highland Street
Whitefield, NH 03598
Crotched Mountain Community Care provides case management for home community based care.
Phone: (603) 837-8817
Contact: Susan Blackwell
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:00am-4:30pm

Counseling

Ammonoosuc Community Health Services
25 Mt. Eustis Rd.
Littleton, NH 03561
Ammonoosuc Community Health Service provides a network of comprehensive primary and specialized health care services for individuals and families of all ages.
There are also sites in Whitefield (837-2333) Franconia (823-7078) Warren (764-5704) and Woodsville (747-3740)

Phone: (603) 444-2464
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00am-5:00pm Sat 8-4
Website: www.ammonoosuc.org
Email: info@achs-inc.org.

Counseling

CARE NH
P.O. Box 599
Littleton NH 03561
Information and referral source
Wraparound Facilitation
Representation of all child-serving human service providers
Community organization

Phone: (603)444-5358ext3424
Contact: Patricia Paul
Hours: Can be flexible to meet the needs of families,but typically 8:30-4pm
Email: ppaul@northernhs.org

Counseling

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
Website: www.centerfornewbeginnings.org

Counseling

Common Ground
29 Maple St.
Littleton, NH 03561
Assists people with developmental disabilities to participate in the work and life of thier communities by facilitating individually designed and self-determined opportunities.
Phone: 603-444-6894
Hours: M-F 8:30-4:30
Website: Northernhs.org

Counseling

Jeffery Kay Th.D,Psy.D
106 Main st.
Littleton NH 03561
Psychological assessment and treatment,all ages. Special interest in stress reduction,PTSO,couples,religion/spirituality and chronic pain.
Phone: (603)444-5826
Contact: Jeffery Kay
Hours: M-F 9-5
Email: jakay@together.net

Counseling

Katharine A. Lofgren LICSW
754 Manns Hill
Littleton, NH 03561
My practice focuses on individual strengths. I have over 25 years of diagnostic expierence, team builders, consultation, individual psychotherapy from teens to adults and families and also couples. I also do systems analyses in small business. I particually like working with people with mood disorders.
Phone: 603-444-8966
Hours: 9am-11:30am 3-7pm Mon.10-4 Tues. 8:30-7 Wed. 9-6 Thurs. No Fri.

Counseling

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
Email: creativetolive@yahoo.com

Counseling

Maureen Roianov LICSW
143 Old County rd.
Franconia NH 03580
Psychotherapy to provide support and guidance to individuals and families transitioning through life stessors. Most insurances accepted.
Phone: (603)823-7419
Hours: M-F 9-5
Email: kiko@NCIA.NET

Counseling

New Hampshire Catholic Charities
41 Cottage St.
P.O. Box 323
Littleton, NH 03561
Mission:
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.
Email: tpoekert@nh-cc.org

Counseling

Northern Human Services
29 Maple St.
Littleton, NH 03561
Provides outpatient counseling to adults, children and families; substance abuse counseling; community, workplace and school-based supports; case management and crisis intervention.
Phone: 603-444-5358
Hours: M-F 8:30-4:30
Website: northernhs.org

Counseling

Options, A Counseling Service
186 South Court st(rt135)
Woodsville, NH 03785
Providing services to adults and children- Individually or family groups.Alcohol&Drug issues,grief,depression,anxiety,school issues,couple issues,anger issues,womens issues,P.T.S.O.Registered Art therapist, Board Certified.
Phone: (603)747-4193 or (603)513-9303
Contact: Sydney Croteau-Gorton
Hours: 9-5

Counseling

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
Website: www.cloverleaf.freeservices.com

Counseling

RESPONSE to Sexual and Domestic Violence
54 Willow Street
Berlin, NH 03570
RESPONSE gives service to victims and their families who have experienced sexual or domestic violence. A shelter is available. Court and hospital advocacy is offered. Peer and individual counceling sessions are given. RESPONSE also runs "Ending Violence Project" for people who have been abusive in relationships. Their 24 hour crisis information line is 1-866-662-4220.
Phone: (603) 752-5679
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:30am-5:00pm office hours
Email: response@ccfhs.org

Counseling

Riverside Counseling Center-Claire G. Vonkarls, LICSW
42 Mill St.
Littleton, NH 03561
Counseling and consultation services for adults, adolescents, couples and groups. Offers wrokshops on dreamwork, empowerment issues, and alternative healing techniques.
Phone: (603)444-8822
Contact: Claire VonKarls
Hours: 8:30am-5:30pm Monday-Thursday; some evenings
Website: clairevonkarls.com
Email: cvk@ncia.net

Counseling

Shand C. Wentworth LICSW d/b/a The Counseling Place,LLC
41 Cottage st.
Littleton NH 03561
This is not a mailing address
Counseling for children,adolescents,adults and couples. Shand has an advanced certificate in Child and Adolescents counseling.
Phone: (603)444-1756
Hours: 9-5 Monday-Friday
Email: shandwentworth@yahoo.com

Counseling

Stephen Noyes LICSW,LADC
55 Union St.
Littleton NH 03561
Individual counseling for persons from 13 to end of life. I have had special training in trauma treatment and hold a license in addiction counseling. Hours are by appointment only and presently all services are fee for service.
Phone: (603) 444-5930
Contact: Stephen Noyes, LICSW
Hours: By appt. only
Website: n/a
Email: ALKHALL@Adelphia.net

Counseling

Therapy
15 Main st
Littleton NH 03561
Out patient therapy to strengthen Individuals,Family,Children and adults. Most major insurances accepted.
Phone: (603)444-8900
Contact: Ajilla Pospesil LICSW
Hours: Flexible
Email: pospesil@together.net

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