Funded Organizations

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American Red Cross
28 Concord Street
Nashua, NH 03060-2300
889-6664

The American Red Cross provides Blood Services, Armed Forces Emergency Services and Health & Safety Education Services to the Town of Merrimack in addition to Disaster Services as needed, day or night.

Bridges ( formerly Rape & Assault)
Nashua 889-0858
Milford 672-9833
24 hr Crisis 883-3044
33 Main Street Suite 500
PO Box 217
Nashua, NH 03061-0217

Bridges provides crisis intervention, support and advocacy services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence. The agency also provides educational programs on topics pertaining to violence. These presentations include domestic violence training for police officers, dating violence prevention for high-school students and sexual harassment in-services for local business people.

The CareGivers, Inc
491 Amherst Street
Nashua, NH 03063
595-4502

The agency provides free transportation to the elderly and disabled for medical appointments, grocery shopping, errands, etc.

Greater Nashua Mental Health (formerly known as Community Council) 
7 Prospect Street & 440 Amherst Street
Nashua, NH 03060
889-6147

Emergency Access 1-800-987-6562 or Information & Referral of Greater Nashua 883-9330

Greater Nashua Mental Health of Nashua provides accredited mental health services to Merrimack residents at discounted fees based on income and family size in addition to an Information & Referral Program which allows those in need to identify programs and resources available in the greater Nashua area.
 

Harbor Homes    
45 High St.
Nashua, NH   03060
882-3616
 
Harbor Homes, Inc. is a private non profit organization whose mission is to create and provide quality residential and supportive services for individuals and their families, challenged by mental illness and /or homelessness in the Greater Nashua Area.  They also concentrate services for homeless veterans, the chronically homeless, individuals struggling with alcohol and substance abuse issues, persons with HIV/AIDS, the elderly and their families.
 
Healthy at Home     
45 High St. #2
Nashua, NH   03060
595-4243
 
A private, non profit home health care agency that is fully licensed in NH.  The agency provides compassionate and supportive home health care to individuals in the Greater Nashua Area.  Our funding helps fund the subsidized home health care program for Merrimack residents.
 
12 Amherst St.
Nashua, NH 03064
(603 595-8464
 
Provides testing, counseling, assistance and referrals for individuals and families faced with meeting the challenges of living with HIV and AIDS.
Home, Health & Hospice Care 
7 Executive Drive 
Merrimack, NH  03054
882-2941 or 1-800-887-5973

Home, Health & Hospice Care provides Home Health, Visiting Nurse, I.V., Hospice, Rehabilitation, Grief Support and Community Clinics to residents of Merrimack and surrounding communities. Please visit their Website for more information about this valuable service to the Merrimack community

Keystone Hall 

Greater Nashua Council on Alcoholism, Inc.

5 Pine Street Extension
Nashua, NH 03060
(603) 881-4848

Keystone Hall provides treatment and care for uninsured and underinsured people with alcohol and drug addiction problems.

Lamprey Health Care - Nashua Center 
22 Prospect Street
Nashua, NH 03060
883-1626

An organization of Lamprey Health provides comprehensive family health care services to people regardless of their ability to pay or insurance.

The Front Door Agency (formerly known as Nashua Pastoral Care Center)
7 Concord Street
Nashua, NH 03064
(603) 886-9214

The Front Door Agency assists area residents with basic necessities such as security deposits, back rent, utilities, prescriptions, transitional housing, dental care and transportation issues.

Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter
PO Box 3116
Nashua, NH 03061
889-7770

This agency provides services for the area’s poor and homeless individuals & families. Services include: meals, homeless shelter, emergency food, furniture, financial assistance, rmployment advocacy, eviction assistance, case management and transitional housing services.

Nashua Transit Authority 
821-2031 Merrimack Residents who are Disabled or 60 years old or older may apply for Nashua Paratransit Bus transportation within Merrimack and back and forth to Nashua. Even though the Town of Merrimack subsidizes this service there is a fee of $4 each way to Nashua that residents must also pay. Once approved through Nashua Transit, applicants must schedule their trips through the Nashua Transit Authority.

Opportunity Networks
11 Caldwell Drive
Amherst, NH 03031
883-4402

This agency previously known as Souhegan Valley Resources was founded in 1979 to train and employ men and women having disabilities.

St. Joseph Community Services
395 D.W. Highway
PO Box 910
Merrimack, NH 03054-0910
424-9967

This agency has partnered with the Town of Merrimack to help meet the nutritional, safety and socialization needs of its senior citizens. Programs include Meals on Wheels in addition to daily hot, nutritious meals available at the Adult Community Center. Transportation is available for homebound seniors.

E-mail your comments to the Welfare Department:

Town of Merrimack
6 Baboosic Lake Road
Merrimack, NH 03054-0940
(603) 423-8535 - Office