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Littleton Senior Center
77 Riverglen Lane
Littleton, NH 03561
Littleton Senior Center provides senior services, senior meals, and transportation for the elderly.
Phone: (603) 444-6050
Contact: Kate Vaughan
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:00am-4:00pm
Website: gcscc.org
Email: lascdirector@adelphia.net
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
NH Help Line
79 Sheep Davis Rd.
Pembroke, NH 03275
As New Hampshire's largest 24-hour, 365-day a year comprehensive information and referral service, Nh Help Line provides: information on social service and non-profit agencies available for emergency assistance; referral to appropiate agencies for assistance with basic needs; advocacy for clients experiencing challenges with obtaining necessary services to meet their basic needs; aid in crisis involving homelessness, child or elder abuse, domestic or sexual violence, and alcohol or drug abuse; and coverage and crisis intervention during after-hours for many social service and non-profit agencies throughout the state.
Phone: 1-800-852-3388
Hours: 8am-8pm
Website: www.nhhelpline.org
Service Link of Grafton
262 Cottage St.
Suite G1
Littleton, NH 03561
A specialized information and referral organization for adults with disabilities and their care givers.
Phone: 603-444-4498
Hours: 8:30-4:30 M-F
Website: www.servicelink.org
Email: servicelink@verizon.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