ServiceLink serves as a single points of entry into the long-term supports and services system for older adults and people with disabilities of all income levels. They provide one-on-one assistance to individuals and their family members and/or caregivers. Staff can assist and connect you to services and supports such as Medicare, Medicaid and Long Term supports and services, Veteran’s services and caregiver supports.

Rockingham County (Atkinson) – (603) 893-9769

Rockingham County (Stratham) – (603) 334-6594

Hillsborough County (Manchester) – (603) 644-2240

Hillsborough County (Nashua) – (603) -598-4709

Coos County (Berlin) – (603) 752-6407                                                        

Belknap County (Laconia) – (603) 528-6945

Carroll County (Tamworth) – (603) 323-2043

Grafton County (Lebanon) – (603) 448-1558

Grafton County (Littleton) – (603) 444-4498

Merrimack County (Concord) – (603) 228-6625

Strafford County (Rochester) – (603) 332-7398

Cheshire County (Keene) – (603) 357-1922

Sullivan County (Claremont) – (603) 542-5177


NH Family Caregiver Support Program

National Family Caregiver Support Program provides assistance to family members and others who provide day to day care for another individual without compensation. Facilitated by NH Bureau of Elderly & Adult Services, NH Family Support Program (NHFCSP) are services that include information, counseling, education and respite care, and are coordinated through the ServiceLink Aging and Disability Resource Centers located throughout New Hampshire.

Those served through the program include family caregivers of frail older adults, younger adults with disabilities, grandparents raising their grandchildren, and caregivers of person’s diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. The services provided to NH caregivers through NHFCSP are numerous and include assisting individuals to continue to live in their homes and communities longer avoiding nursing home placement.

Greengard Center for Autism

The mission of the Greengard Center for Autism located in Portsmouth, NH, is to create quality programs for adults and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder. The Greengard Center seeks to provide unique lifelong opportunities for individuals with autism to have a productive quality of life through ongoing education, meaningful work, and access to recreation, social and community acceptance and participation.

NHDHHS/Bureau of Elderly and Adult Services

The Bureau of Elderly and Adult Services (BEAS) provides a wide range of support and services in partnership with community systems for individuals with developmental disabilities and acquired brain disorders, individuals with serious mental illness or emotional disturbance, adults aged 18-60 who have a chronic illness or disability, and individuals age 60 or older.