Call 211. This resource offers information and referrals; it also is an emergency housing resource.
24 hour hotline - (800) 854-3552. The agency offers free direct services and 24-hour Emergency Hotline and 24/7 Shelter Services. You don't have to be in crisis to call. A Safe Place has a 24-hour emergency shelter in a confidential location. It provides free direct services, safety planning, 1 on 1 counseling, support groups, education and outreach.
Call 433-5377. Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Offices: 1 Junkins Avenue, Portsmouth, NH 03801. Its mission is to improve the lives of those living with HIV/AIDS and their families and to help prevent the spread of the virus through education and prevention programs. The website has prevention and testing info.
Call (800) 464-6692. The ARC provides services in all hazards emergency preparations. The ARC is in our Deerfield community after natural disasters, or local tragedies such as fires, providing shelter, supplies, and vouchers to residents affected by this disaster.
Call 436-9059 ext. 1. The agency serves need-based and financially eligible elderly and adults with disabilities living in Rockingham County. It provides home care services and has “Project Cool Air”, which provides air conditioners to low-income, medically fragile elders.
Call 422-8240 with questions. This non-profit organization provides: a safe environment for children who were abused to be interviewed and evaluated; case management and community education programs; and a connection of families with community resources. If your child discloses something that is of concern -- avoid the temptation to ask direct or leading questions. Bring this info to the attention of the appropriate authorities: the Division for Children Youth and Families (1-800-894-5533) and/or your local police department. Ask for help, get support for yourself, and let your child know that you are proud of them for talking to you.
Call Toll Free: 800-640-6486; Tel: 518 4000.This agency has serves families in “Early Supports and Services”. They also provide adolescent substance abuse treatment, family counseling, early intervention and support, and many other programs.
“CASA” is a private, nonprofit organization whose volunteers advocate in New Hampshire’s courts for the best interests of abused and neglected children, so they can grow up in safe, permanent homes. For information about becoming a CASA volunteer, please send an email to email@example.com, or call (800) 626-0622.
Call 895-3351. Community health center - health care and other programs. This is the only comprehensive medical transportation service and community health center in the area. Address: 128 State Route 27, Raymond, NH 03077.
Call 225-5359 or (800) 242-6264. NAMI NH is a grassroots organization of and for people of all ages, their families and friends who are affected by mental illness. Address: 85 North State Street, Concord, NH 03301.
Comprehensive list of emergency housing and other resources searchable by zip code. Call 211 for emergency housing needs.
Apply online at www.nheasy.nh.gov or call 433-8300 or 800 821-0326. TDD Access Relay: 800 735 2964. Fax: 431 0731. This Department administers food stamps, Medicaid, TANF and other programs. Deerfield residents use the Seacoast District Office, 50 International Drive, Portsmouth, NH 03801.
Call (800) 639-5290 or 224-3333. LARC provides free legal information, advice and referrals to low-income people with family law & housing issues. LARC refers cases to Pro Bono, NHLA and other legal service agencies.
Call 772-2921. This is a community resource center bringing animals and people together, providing adoption, education, investigation and sheltering services. Address: 104 Portsmouth Ave., Stratham, NH 03885.
Call 778-8193. This agency provides developmental and therapy services for children with and without special needs, support and education to their families and guidance in accessing community and health resources. Address: 11 Sandy Point Road, Stratham, NH 03885.
Call 895-2303. CAP (community action program) offers emergency food assistance, fuel assistance, electrical assistance, weatherization, literacy classes, senior services, WIC, and outreach center services just to name some of their programs. Office Address: Jedediah Brown Homestead, 55 Prescott Road, Raymond, NH 03077.
Call 679-2201. This agency delivers weekday meals to elderly and disabled residents and also performs safety focused auxiliary services for residents. Address: 106 North Road Brentwood, NH 03833.
Call 436-2218. Address: 600 Lafayette Road, Portsmouth, NH 03801.
Call 622-3781 or (800) 624-6084. This agency provides health screenings and clinics to residents. The agency also offers the following programs: Home Care Program, Homemakers and Companions, Maternal Child Health Services, Partners in Health, Personal Care, Hospice Services, Spiritual/Bereavement Services, Home Medical and Infusion Services, Senior Life Planning.
This agency provides mental health service to residents; it is a State-designated community mental health center (CMHC). Call the Portsmouth Office at 431 6703 or the Exeter Office at 772 2710, Monday-Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm. If you require emergency services outside of the general business hours, the answering service will take your name and phone number and a trained on-call clinician will immediately return your call. In an immediate emergency, CALL 911.
Call (866) 634-9412 (toll free). This agency offers FREE information referral and assistance for older adults, adults with disabilities and chronic illnesses, and for those who love and care for them. ServiceLink answers questions and connects users to the appropriate services that support healthy and independent living.
Call 271-3537, V/TTY: 1-(603) 271-3471, toll free (800) 581-6881. This agency provides services necessary to help people with visual loss to enter, re-enter, or maintain employment. Address: 21 South Fruit Street, Suite 20, Concord, NH 03301.
24-hour toll-free crisis hotline (888) 747-7070. Relay for the deaf and hard of hearing: (888) 735-2964 (or 711). This agency provides a 24-hour hotline and 24-hour support services. It is dedicated to the prevention of child sexual abuse, sexual assault and stalking, while supporting victims, survivors and others impacted by sexual violence. It also offers educational services to local schools.