New Hampshire

General Resources

  • ServiceLink New Hampshire (866-634-9412 toll-free)
    • A program of the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, ServiceLink contracts with local agencies within the state to help aging adults and persons with disabilities access long-term services, caregiving resources, and Medicare and Medicaid information. It offers specific caregiving resources via its Caregivers Corner page.
  • NHCarePath (866-634-9412 toll-free)
    • NHCarePath connects caregivers to services and resources for aging, disability, independent living, counseling, financial planning, home care, mental health, transportation and more.
  • Granite State Independent Living (603-228-9680)
    • Granite State Independent Living is a statewide not-for-profit providing information, education, support, transition services and advocacy to aging adults and adults with disabilities who want to remain independent.
  • A Resource Guide for NH Relative Caregivers
    • Issued by the state Department of Health and Human Services, this guide offers a range of local and state family caregiving resources, including family support groups, legal assistance, financial assistance, community action agencies, mental health care centers and educational resources.
  • Ascentria Care Alliance’s In-Home Care (774-243-3100)
    • In-Home Care is a licensed agency that offers non-medical personal care, including meals assistance, bathing, transportation, light housekeeping and more to homebound individuals or those with a disability living in New Hampshire.
    • The ADA will have a plethora of information related to disability laws, senior laws, up to date disability news and much more!
  • Division of Career Technology and Adults Learning 

Transportation Resources 

  • NH Rideshare (800-462-8707)
    • NH Rideshare offers ongoing and one-off transportation services to New Hampshire residents. It aims to reduce transportation costs, traffic congestion and air pollution through shared rides.
  • New Hampshire Department of Transportation: Public Transport (603-271-3734)
    • For those who cannot or prefer not to drive, the New Hampshire Department of Transportation offers public transport options. It provides information on regular services, plus specialized services for seniors and individuals with disabilities.

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