Warm Hearts Are Warming Hands & RSVP Home Knitters Program

Berlin, NH- Coös County,  Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP), a Tri-County Community Action Program, Inc. (TCCAP) is happy to announce its twenty-fourth year of providing mittens, hats, slippers, scarves, sweaters, socks and blankets that are lovingly created by volunteer knitters for the Annual Coös County Family Health Services (CCFHS) Mitten Tree. Children in need […]

Tri-County Community Action Program, Inc joins #GivingTuesday.

Tri-County Community Action Program, Inc (TCCAP) has joined #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving that harnesses the collective power of individuals, communities, and volunteers to encourage philanthropy and to celebrate generosity worldwide.The following Individual TCCAP programs are asking for Holiday Wishes: Senior Meals of Coös County is asking for help to purchase paint for the […]

Baby, It’s Cold Outside: a benefit for the Tyler Blain House

On Saturday, December 16th, 2017, the Tyler Blain House homeless shelter (a Tri-County CAP program) will be hosting a spaghetti dinner and benefit concert at the VFW in Littleton. This event will feature local musician Brittany Cummings and Hudson, MA-based “blues-grassicana” band August First. Dinner will be served from 6:00-7:30pm. The menu will include spaghetti […]

The Loading Dock Halloween Costume Party Fundraiser for Tyler Blain House Homeless Shelter

The Loading Dock sold out! Time Out Timmy, Mad Cat Habitat had the whole place boogieing. Tyler Blain House Homeless Shelter & Outreach, TCCAP was able to raise awareness and $75 for dish soap and shelter supplies. Costume contest winners Emily and Levi won two tickets each to the Baby It’s Cold Outside: a benefit for the Tyler Blain House event with August First & Brittany […]


BY KRISTEN OLIVERI, DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS  |  NOVEMBER 6, 2017 CONCORD, NH (PRESS RELEASE) — The Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation recently awarded 16 grants totaling $220,961 through its competitive application program. Kids will leave school on Fridays with backpacks full of food to keep their bellies full through the weekend. An area high school […]

Ledoux making an impact on Winnisquam Regional’s student body

By JAY McAREE  Concord Monitor staff IMAGES by Elizabeth Frantz Concord Monitor staff There was only one person Jonathan Ledoux could turn to the night his father was rushed to the hospital. It was one of the staffers at Lakes Region Community Services who had worked with Ledoux for several years, Kevin Archibald. And on that night […]

Support Center at Burch House Annual Open House

At the Burch House’s Annual Open House, staff welcomed the community to learn more about the work for people recovering from domestic and/or sexual violence. The Burch House’s skilled team works to help clients create a new future, one of strength and resilience, building on healthy relationships. The Support Center at Burch House, a program […]

Tri-County Community Action Announces New CEO

  Tri-County Community Action Program, Inc., (TCCAP) announced today that the Board of Directors has chosen a leader to succeed current CEO Robert Boschen, Jr, who is leaving the organization in January 2018. Sandy Alonzo, Chair of the Board of Directors, announced that TCCAP has promoted current COO Jeanne Robillard to assume the role of […]

Tri-County Community Action Program Inc., Trains ROMA Implementers

N.H. (PRESS RELEASE) – Tri-County Community Action Inc, (TCCAP) is proud to announce the certification of Jeanne Robillard, Chief Operating Officer of TCCAP and Amy Goyette, Operations Coordinator as Nationally Certified Results Oriented Management Accountability (ROMA) Implementers. ROMA is a national performance model designed to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of community action agencies that […]