TCCAP Annual Retreat & Time Quest NH

            At #TCCAP Annual Retreat, the team enjoyed working together to solve the mystery in the Attic and the case in the Detective’s Office.  It took some teamwork and some stellar problem-solving skills to solve the puzzle & get out! #CommunityAction #Teamwork #HelpingPeopleChangingLives

Ninety Plus Members at Berlin Senior Center

A Surprise Party was held in honor of the Berlin Senior Center Ninety Plus Members with each member receiving an individual cake to mark this special day! Back Row: George Pelchat, Bob Lacroix, Carmen Bouchard, Norman Roy and Chester Corcoran. 2nd Row: Lill Morris, Muriel Bassett, Jeanne Ruel and Alfreda Lacasse. Front Row: The star of the […]

Routine check-in likely saved life of client

ServiceLink works with client’s needs. During routine check-in with a client, it was found that the client being called was suffering from a medical emergency and was unable to summon help. Quick action from Jeff Violette, ServiceLink Options Counselor resulted in medical help. What may seem like a simple call of caring might well have […]

Narcan Training at ServiceLink of Coös County

Listed from Right to Left: Paul Robitaille, Cheryl O’Malley, Jeffrey Violette, Jennifer Williams, Louise Plourde Narcan Training at ServiceLink of Coös County. As Coös SeviceLink a Tri-County community action program serves all members of our community and county, and makes home visits to those clients, the staff at SeviceLink in Berlin decided the ability to administer Narcan in an […]

29th Annual Wildman Biathlon

Shelburne, NH – It’s time for the twenty ninth annual Wildman Biathlon, one of the toughest multi-sport events in New England, is scheduled for Saturday, August 12th at 8:00 a.m., rain or shine.   Calling all runners and bicyclists to shift their training schedules into high gear and get their registrations for this event.   […]

Feds Offer A Helping Hand To Low-Income Homeowners

LANCASTER – It was raining heavily, a bunch of soggy strangers were tromping around in her yard and Corinne Comeau, 84, was thrilled. “I am positively, absolutely in shock. It pays to pray. It really does,” she said. In this case the prayers were being answered through a United States Department of Agriculture program that […]


COOS COUNTY — Before busy summer schedules set in, the American Red Cross urges eligible donors to roll up a sleeve to help ensure a sufficient supply for patients in need. Donors of all blood types are needed now to help accident and burn victims, heart surgery and organ transplant patients, and those receiving cancer […]