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Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 21 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
News & Updates

“How to Beat the Winter Blues” subject of January Seniors Count workshop

NASHUA – Studies link Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) to living farther away from the equator. Many northerners feel drained, irritable and depressed in the long winter months, especially during tha... read more..

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“Tips to Finding Unclaimed Property” subject of December Seniors Count workshop

NASHUA – It is estimated that one in every ten citizens has presently unclaimed property owed to them. This property can be from savings or checking accounts, stocks, un-cashed dividends or payroll ch... read more..

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“Connecting Veterans to Resources & Support” subject of November Seniors Count workshop

NASHUA – Focus of the November Seniors Count workshop will be on how to connect to services provided to Veterans, including the new “Ask the Question” and “Veterans Independence Program” offered throu... read more..

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“Hot Topics in Elder Law” subject of October Seniors Count workshop

NASHUA – Legal issues can be complicated at any age, but growing older presents its own set of challenges. As we plan for our lives as retirees and beyond, knowing – and understanding – what needs to ... read more..

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SNHS’ Fuel Assistance Program announces application schedule for 2015-2016 heating season

The Fuel Assistance Program (FAP) has begun taking applications for the winter season that runs from December 1, 2015 to April 30, 2016. An in-person interview is required of all applicants. All qual... read more..

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RSVP-Cashin Senior Activity Center host Senior Wellness Event

Manchester area seniors are invited to attend a Health, Wellness and Fitness Expo at the William B. Cashin Senior Activity Center on Tuesday, September 22, 2015. The event is co-hosted by the Cashin C... read more..

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‘Self-Advocacy for Better Health’ subject of August 10 Seniors Count workshop

NASHUA – How can you best communicate with a healthcare professional? How do you understand medical insurance and the bills you receive for health care services? What can you do to stay healthy? Thes... read more..

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Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program provides fresh produce to seniors

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 mid-July through mid-September. S... read more..

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Summer Food Service Programs announces locations and hours for 2015

SNHS Summer Food Service Program: Free meals for youth 18 and under! Youth age 18 and under will enjoy free meals again this summer through the Summer Food Service Program coordinated by Southern New... read more..

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'Using Facebook to keep in touch with loved ones' July 13 Seniors Count workshop

NASHUA – Technology offers a variety of ways to stay in touch with loved ones around the world. Facebook is one of the most popular – but can often be confusing to those new to the Internet, especiall... read more..

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‘Legal Decisions: Who Makes the Decisions and When” Seniors Count workshop

NASHUA – Caregivers of older adults often struggle with understanding the logistics of decision-making, especially when older adults have diminished mental capacity. Presented on Monday, June 8, the ... read more..


Community Assessment

Southern New Hampshire Services has completed a Community Assessment encompassing towns in Hillsborough and Rockingham Counties.  The data collection process included electronic surveys of commun... read more..

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‘Understanding Dementia’ Seniors Count workshop

NASHUA – The risk of developing dementia increases as one grows older. Symptoms of dementia can often be mistaken for other conditions, such as depression or delirium. Presented on Monday, April 27, ... read more..

About Us

Executive & Administrative Staff

Executive Staff Donnalee Lozeau, CCAP Executive Director Ryan ClouthierDeputy Director James Chaisson Chief Fiscal Officer Debra Stohrer Executive Assistant Deanna Martson Administrative As... read more..

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Board of Directors

Officers Dolores Bellavance, Chair Senator Lou D’Allesandro, Vice Chair Dr. Kevin Moriarty, Treasurer Orville Kerr, Secretary   Directors James Brown Carrie Marshall... read more..

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Who We Are

Our Mission The Mission of Southern New Hampshire Services is to provide activities designed to assist low-income participants, including the elderly poor, to secure and retain meaningful employment,... read more..

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What is a Community Action Agency?

Community Action Agencies are local private and public non-profit organizations that carry out the Community Action Program (CAP), which was founded by the 1964 Economic Opportunity Act to fight pover... read more..

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“Medical Care: Keeping It All Straight” workshop for caregivers

NASHUA – Dealing with multiple medical issues can be challenging and overwhelming for both the adult and their caregiver. The significant positive role caregivers play in the medical care of older adu... read more..

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Understanding Depression and Anxiety in Older Adults

NASHUA – No age group is immune to mental health disorders. It is helpful for caregivers to understand common mental health issues and how to get help for the older adult when needed. Ways to learn wh... read more..

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Fuel Assistance Program continues to take applications

The Fuel Assistance Program (FAP) continues to take applications for the winter season that runs through April 30, 2015. All qualified households can apply for assistance. “We are urging people to c... read more..

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"Meeting Caregiver Needs" subject of February Seniors Count workshop

NASHUA – People who care for an older adult often find themselves the role of caregiver with little preparation or warning. This can create emotional difficulty for both the caregiver and the person r... read more..

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