Southern New Hampshire Services, Inc.
NASHUA – Emergency preparedness is a responsibility of all, and preparing now prevents panic later. The September Seniors Count-Nashua workshop will discuss the three main components of preparedness, including making an individual emergency plan, building an emergency supply kit, and staying informed during a disaster. READ MORE.
The Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) distributes fresh produce to more than 4,200 low income New Hampshire seniors each summer. The program runs from July 13 through mid-September. Seniors who are enrolled through the Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) receive their produce at statewide distribution sites. Programs run by Southern New Hampshire Services in Hillsborough and Rockingham Counties will receive fresh produce throughout this summer’s growing season. READ MORE.
Southern New Hampshire Services’ Fuel Assistance program began accepting Fuel Assistance applications from priority households on July 1. These households include the elderly, disabled and those families with young children under age 6. READ MORE.