The following is a list of non-profits and social service agencies located in the Upper Valley of New Hampshire and Vermont that were supported by Granite United Way in 2011. For additional information, you can also download the Granite United Way 2012 brochure.
Child & Family Services of the Upper Valley
Counseling services to help children, adolescents and families find solutions to problems, learn skills to increase effectiveness and enjoyment in parenting, and improve family relationships.
The Child Care Project
Training and support services to child care providers, and child care referral for families dependent on child care to maintain or gain employment or training.
Children’s Center of the Upper Valley
Developmentally based curriculum for toddler, preschool and Kindergarten children with full, 1/2 or 3/4 day option.
COVER Home Repair & Reuse Program
Brings together volunteers and salvaged building materials to work with qualifying Upper Valley residents to address their urgent home repair needs.
The Family Place
Parent-child center offering programs for families with young children addressing parenting and healthy family development -- including home visiting, play groups and parenting classes.
Girl Scouts of the Green & White Mountains
Serves girls five through 17 with programs and activities to help deepen self-awareness, to contribute to society, relate to others, and develop strong values.
Good Beginnings of the Upper Valley
Home visiting program provides trained volunteers to support and assist anyone who may be expecting or have a newborn.
Grafton County Senior Citizens Council
Provides community-based services to assist elderly and disabled adults to remain independent in their own homes and communities for as long as possible.
Green Mountain Children’s Center
Provides quality, early childhood programs for children ages six weeks through age 11.
Provides outreach, vocational and day care services to pregnant and parenting youth, teaching self-sufficiency, healthy parenting choices, and promoting violence-free families.
603-448-4400 (24-hr. Help Line)
1-800-639-6095 (Teen Line)
1-800-784-2433 (Suicide Prevention)
24-Hour crisis intervention and information and referral hotline certified by the American Association of suicidology. Also provides substance abuse treatment and counseling.
LISTEN Community Services, Inc.
Helping ensure Upper Valley residents have the resources to become independent through self-help programs including food, fuel, housing and crisis counseling.
Magic Mountain Childrens Center
Provides quality childcare and early education to children ages 2 through 6 with full and part-time care.
The Mayhew Program
Character-building program for boys from single-parent, low-income families. Rigorous camping experience with year-round follow-up for six years.
New Hampshire Legal Assistance
Statewide, non-profit law firm for low-income people which provides advice and representation in a wide range of civil cases for income-eligible clients.
New Hampshire Pro Bono Referral Service
Links low-income families in need of legal services with volunteer attorneys providing free representation in matters of critical importance to their lives.
Pathways of the River Valley
Area agency for NH Community Developmental Services System providing individualized, community-based services to individuals with developmental and other disabilities and their families.
Second Growth Inc.
Programs for preventing destructive behaviors while promoting the life-enhancing skills of children, families, schools, and communities.
Special Needs Support Center of the Upper Valley
Provides information, resources, parent workshops and networking to parents of special needs children. Includes Kids on the Block, Partners in Health and respite child-care program.
Upper Valley Haven
Provides emergency shelter for families, a food shelf, clothing room, and educational programming to those struggling to meet their basic needs. All Haven services are provided free of charge to those with a demonstrated need.
Valley Court Diversion Program
Offering court diversion services, Teen Alcohol Safety Program and offender intervention services.
Vermont Children’s Aid Society
Child and family counseling, lifetime services for adoptive families, pregnancy counseling, birth parent support services, and parent support.
Visiting Nurse Association and Hospice of VT & NH
802-295-2604 800-575-5162 (Hospice)
Provides skilled health services to people of all ages in their homes through four branch offices serving 86 communities in both Vermont and New Hampshire.
West Central Behavioral Health
603-448-1101 (Counseling Center of Lebanon-Children)
603-448-6132 (Counseling Center of Lebanon-Adults)
Provides substance-abuse, psychiatric, psychological and case management services to residents of the Upper Valley.
White River Council on Aging
Offers congregate and home-delivered meals, transportation, educational and recreational activities, social services advocacy, health clinics, and information and referral to persons 60+ and their families.
Recovers and delivers free, fresh fruits, vegetables and bakery goods to homeless shelters, substance abuse programs, and mental health programs for distribution to people who otherwise might not be able to afford them.
Last Updated: 10/22/12