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WARM HEARTS ARE WARMING HANDS AND RSVP HOME KNITTERS PROGRAM

BERLIN — Coos County Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP), Tri-County Community Action Program, Inc. is happy to announce its twenty-third year of providing mittens, hats, slippers, blankets that are lovingly created by volunteer knitters for the Annual Coos County Family Health Services Mitten Tree. Children in need may select mittens from a “Mitten Tree,” […]

Shaheen visits North Country Treatment Facility

Tri-County Community Action Program administrator Kristy Letendre gave Senator Jeanne Shaheen a tour on Dec. 2 of Friendship House, a short-term residential drug and alcohol treatment facility for up to 30 men and women at 2957 Main Street in Bethlehem. Shaheen, who is working hard to help secure federal funds to build a much-needed facility, […]

TRI-COUNTY COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM, FRIENDSHIP HOUSE WELCOMES NEW CLINICAL DIRECTOR

TRI-COUNTY COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM, FRIENDSHIP HOUSE WELCOMES NEW CLINICAL DIRECTOR November 29, -2016 BETHLEHEM — The Friendship House, a residential addiction treatment center in Bethlehem, is honored to announce the appointment of Stacie Leclerc, CMHC, MA, MLADC, as the new clinical director. Her interests in clinical psychology, academic study, addiction treatment, care and health, Leclerc is positioned […]

DONATION OF HATS TO CHILDREN AT HEAD START

Berlin Daily Sun Nov. 2016 BERLIN — Determined to provide a hat for each child at Head Start, Denise Palmer enlisted the help of several students to make that goal a reality. In 2015 Berlin Middle School Family and Consumer Science teacher, Palmer along with her daughter Winnie Palmer made 10-12 hats and donated them […]

TCCAP RECEIVES GRANT FOR ELDER FINANCIAL EXPLOITATION PREVENTION

BERLIN — Coos County ServiceLink a program of The Tri-County Community Action Program, Inc has been named the recipient of an Opportunity Grant of $13,500 by the Endowment for Health Board of Directors to fund the Elder Financial Exploitation Multidisciplinary Team Education and Prevention Program. The project is designed to increase public education and awareness […]

NEW MATTER OF BALANCE COACHES IN BERLIN

BERLIN DAILY SUN October 17, 2016 New coaches were recently trained  for the New Matter of Balance program offered through Coos County RSVP. Coaches completed the eight hours of training over a two-day period, finishing the session on Friday, Oct. 14. A Matter of Balance: Managing Concerns About Falls is a program designed to reduce […]

Neighborhood Reinvestment Program wraps up Third Grant: MONEY USED TO IMPROVE OVER 90 HOMES

Berlin Daily Sun By Barbara Tetreault BERLIN — More than 90 homes in the city have seen needed upgrades to plumbing, electrical, and heating systems as well as improvements to foundations, roofs, and porches through the city’s Neighborhood Revitalization Program. Just wrapping up its third federal Community Development Block Grant, the program has focused on helping […]

Tri-County CAP 2017-2021 Strategic Plan

Dear Friends and Colleagues, For more than 50 years, Tri-County Community Action Programs, Inc., (TCCAP) has been helping people and changing lives in Coos, Carroll and Grafton counties. Every year we provide services to over 30,000 individuals and families in this area of the state. We have provided these essential services in good times and […]

Tri-County CAP Announces New Leadership

Tri-County Community Action Programs, Inc., (TCCAP) is pleased to announce new leadership in the organization’s senior management team. Following the Board of Director’s appointment of Robert Boschen, former COO/CFO, to the role of CEO, TCCAP has promoted Jeanne Robillard to fill the position of COO and Randall Pilotte to fill the position of Finance Director/Interim […]