This page is dedicated to organizations that help support folks going through difficult times in their lives.
If you know of a site for a New Hampshire Support site that should be listed here we will be glad to add it. Just email the info to us.
Brain Injury Support Groups
Cancer Support Groups
Rockingham VNA & Hospice –
Bereavement, Ostomy, Diabetes
More info: Lee Maher or Dick Munsey 800-540-2981
AA, Arthritis, Mild Brain Injury, Diabetes, LSTVm MDA, MS, Spinal Cord Injury, Stroke & Brain Injury
Al-Anon * Alateen of New Hampshire:
Alcoholics Anonymous of New Hampshire:
AA meeting lists include Exeter, Hampton, New Castle, Portsmouth, and parts of Maine. By District 14 of Area 43 of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Candia, Chester, Derry, East Derry, Epping, Hampstead, Kingston, Londonderry, Newton, Raymond, Sandown
Bedford, Goffstown, Hooksett, Manchester, New Boston
http://nhaadistrict15.org/ – Find a meeting in any NH town on this site
AA – NA – OA – GA
http://meetings.intherooms.com/ – Find a meeting or other info here for a multiple of 12 step programs.
Catholic Charities Counseling
Provides individual, marital, family and couples’ counseling, helping with depression, substance aduse, life adjustment issues, grief & loss, family conflicts, stress, anxiety….. A sliding fee scale is offered. Contact Arlene Dody, LCMHC in Salem at 603-893-1971 for more info.
www.coda.org/ A fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is to develop healthy relationships
www.necoda.org/ Find meeting locations and times in New England. … (CT), Maine (ME), Massachusetts (MA), New Hampshire (NH), Rhode Island (RI) and Vermont (VT).
Divorce & Separation:
Diocese of Manchester, The Catholic Church in New Hampshire,http://www.catholicnh.org/family/single/groups/
DCYF – Division for Children, Youth & families, of NH,
Report abuse or neglect of youth. 800-894-5533
The Pregnancy Care Center, 496 Main St., Haverhill, MA 978-373-5700, 866-254-4440,www.pccnortheast.org
Seniors and their Caregivers – Support Groups for
http://nursinghomeabuseguide.com/ – Was created so families and loved ones could seek answers on elder abuse and neglect. From Injury types to claims, nursing home abuse guide covers an extensive amount of elder abuse discourse. Each year, 1/10 seniors in nursing homes and assisted living facilities are abused or neglected. Only 1/5 of those incidents actually goes on to be reported. Nearly 65% of those abused are women. Let’s help raise awareness, get families the help they need, and make life safer for our seniors.
Rockingham Community Action – Crisis Assistance and Support is Rockingham Community Action’s multi-service Community Action Program, which provides timely assistance to those seeking immediate help for basic needs, such as food and shelter. Centers are located in Seabrook, Raymond, Derry, Salem and Portsmouth.
Center Staff also provide the Housing Security Guarantee Program (a no interest loan toward a security deposit), and the Personal Emergency Response System (a low-cost device accessing emergency medical assistance).
The Community Action Centers are also great locations to find out about other Rockingham Community Action programs. Feel free to stop by!
Adult Children of Alcoholics
Alcoholics Anonymous Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Cocaine Anonymous World Services
Co-Dependents Anonymous Home Page
Criminal and Gangs Anonymous
Debtors Anonymous: A Twelve Step Fellowship for
Dual Recovery Anonymous – a 12 Step program
Gamblers Anonymous Official Home Page
Hepatitis C Anonymous
The Marijuana Anonymous
Narcotics Anonymous Officail Homepage
Nar-Anon is a family support group
Nicotine Anonymous (WWW Home Page)NA Home Page
Rape Survivors Anonymous
Self Mutilators Anonymous
Sex Addicts Anonymous
Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous
Survivors Of Incest Anonymous