Southern New Hampshire Services, Inc.
CATCH Healthy Habits, presented in Manchester by SNHS’ Volunteer Services Department, is celebrating the addition of five new volunteers as it starts its new program year.
CATCH (Coordinated Approach for Child Health) is funded through the Wellpoint Foundation, which is known locally as Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield. It is active in Manchester through a partnership between the OASIS Institute and Southern New Hampshire Services. Read More.
As we age, it’s easy to be concerned when we experience those little memory lapses, when we forget a name, the location of simple items and directions. When should we be concerned about dementia? What exactly is dementia? And what can I do to prepare for the future if I do get diagnosed with dementia? Read More.
The Fuel Assistance Program (FAP) continues to take applications for the 2013-2014 winter season that runs through April 30th. People eligible for assistance but not already registered in the Fuel Assistance Program are urged to call to make an appointment. “We are urging people to come in now,” said Ryan Clouthier, energy director of Southern New Hampshire Services, which serves Hillsborough and Rockingham counties. “Don’t wait until you are in the crisis. Don’t put your family through that. Don’t put yourself through that.” Read More.