Community Resources

Finding Support in Your Community

Due to closures resulting from the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we have compiled a list of Grab-and-Go meal and grocery locations. Please look under "Food Resources" to find a meal or grocery location near you. 


+ Adult Family/Foster Care

  • Waypoint NH: Offers programs in Southern and Central NH for children of all ages and their families.
  • Dept. of Health and Human Services: Information on the state’s Foster Care program along with a list of agencies that provide foster family care in New Hampshire.  
  • Family Resource Centers:Helps parents and their children, from pregnancy to age 18.
  • NH Family Voices: Provides free services to families and professionals caring for children with long lasting conditions and/or disabilities.

+ Cell Phones

+ Children & Adults with Disabilities Resources

+ Children's Resources

+ Clothing & Furniture

+ Family Planning

  • Planned Parenthood of Northern New England: Provides family planning services and resources such as birth control, emergency contraceptive, women's health services, and more. Click the link to find a location near you.

+ Food Resources

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Food Resources 

  • The Community Kitchen, Keene: Grab-and-Go dinners and lunches available
  • Gather: Holding Meals 4 Kids events every Tuesday-Thursday. Locations in Rochester, Hampton, Seabrook and Portsmouth.
  • SAU 19, Keene: Serving school meals available to all students at two locations in Keene. Breakfast & lunch available for pick-up at Keene HS & Franklin School. 
  • SHARE Outreach, Keene: Delivering frozen meals and created food care packages that will provide 3-4 days of food and providing grab & go meals.
  • Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter, Nashua: Running an Emergency Mobile Food Pantry, offering to-go meals for dinner/lunch. Pantry still operating with to-go bags and boxes.
  • Families in Transition-New Horirizons, Manchester: Pantry is distributing boxes of non-perishable food items by appointment only
  • St. Joseph Community Services, Inc., Nashua: Adjusting their dining program at all locations so that meals need to be picked up and consumed at home. This will not affect Meals on Wheel.
  • Franklin Food Pantry, Franklin: By appointment, a staff member will bring prepackaged bags to their car or through walk up services. 
  • SAU 8, Concord: Any Concord child up to age 18 can received a free, bagged lunch at one of the designated sites.
  • Soneshine Soup Kitchen, Derry: Serving to go meals, Monday through Friday 4:30-5:00 at the dining room entrance.
  • St. Vincent DePaul Community Assistance, Exeter: Making prepackaged bags to bring out to cars. Call ahead required
  • SAU 6, Claremont: Mobile Food Stations will be open for breakfast from 8:00am to 9:30am and lunch 12:00pm to 1:30pm. Breakfast and lunch will be free to all children under the age of 18.
  • SAU 11, Dover: Two meals a day will be provided to students. 
  • Tri-County CAP, Berlin, Whitefield: Senior Meals Program will be providing take-out meals. 
  • Gerry's Food Pantry: Drive-thru basis for regular clients every Monday and Friday

Everyday Food Resources

+ Fuel Assistance

+ Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Resources

+ General Assistance

+ Housing Resources

+ Job Training

  • NH Employment Security: Provides services for job seekers and employers.
  • NH Works: Helps New Hampshire residents gain skills, education, employment, and financial independence.
  • Vocational Rehabilitation: Provides rehabilitation services to NH residents with disabilities to help them find jobs.

+ Legal Assistance

  • NH Legal Assistance: Offers legal services to seniors and eligible low-income persons for civil matters.

+ Mental Health & Substance Abuse Resources

NH Community Mental Health Centers

+ Transportation - Public and ADA Compliant Rideshare