Southern New Hampshire Services, Inc.
NASHUA – We deal with an overwhelming amount of incoming information, both paper and electronic. How to weed out what’s not important and how (and for how long) to save that information can be an unending battle with each trip to the mailbox or check of your emails. Solutions are at hand at the February Senior Education Workshop. Scheduled for Monday, February 8, 2016, the workshop will focus on how to successfully organize the volumes of paperwork and information that consume our lives. READ MORE.
CONCORD – Governor Maggie Hassan announced that the New Hampshire Fuel Assistance Program (FAP), which helps vulnerable Granite State families with their heating bills, opened this year on November 16. Also known as LIHEAP or the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, FAP provides assistance to New Hampshire families and seniors whose annual income is at or below 200 percent of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. READ MORE.
Access to healthy food is critical to the well-being of young and old alike. In uncertain economic times, many local residents face the challenge of putting food on their tables. Southern New Hampshire Services is able to expand the availability of healthy food through a variety of Nutrition Programs across Hillsborough & Rockingham Counties. READ MORE.