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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 […]

UPCOMING BLOOD DRIVES FOR JUNE

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 […]

DUMP THE PUMP AND RIDE FREE WITH TRI-COUNTY TRANSIT

Tri-County Transit will forgo a day’s worth of fares on all Flex Routes to give area residents a free opportunity to experience public transportation. This June 15, Tri-County Transit once again will ask residents to consider trading trips to the gas pump for a ride on Tri-County Transit. Tri-County Transit is participating in National Dump […]

AHEAD, NCHC and TCCAP Collaborate to Transition the Friendship House Treatment Center

The North Country Health Consortium (NCHC), a non-profit public health organization located in Littleton, NH, is pleased to announce that their Board of Directors voted to assume the operations of the alcohol and other drug services currently operated by Tri Country Community Action Program, Inc. (TCCAP). TCCAP is headquartered in Berlin, New Hampshire. These services […]

A Drug Treatment Program at Risk

Meet the People Facing Trump’s Budget Cuts By YAMICHE ALCINDOR and SAM HODGSON New York Times  BETHLEHEM, N.H. In northern New Hampshire, along the Ammonoosuc River, people struggling with addiction work toward recovery in a six-decade-old cottage that is not up to code. Friendship House, the only residential drug treatment center within 65 miles, is […]

2017 Joseph D. Vaughan Award & RSVP

Congratulations to Paul & Shirley Croteau of Berlin, New Hampshire who were recognized for the 2017 Joseph D. Vaughan Award for outstanding leadership and achievement as volunteers! Thank you, Paul & Shirley Croteau, for representing TCCAP #RSVP and Berlin so well! Pictured with Governor Chris Sununu and RSVP’s Nancy Jacques Malone  For more about RSVP click […]

Tri-County Community Action Announces Leadership Transition

Tri-County Community Action Announces Leadership Transition Berlin, NH Tri-County CAP today announced that its CEO, Robert Boschen will be stepping down on January 5th, 2018. Boschen was hired by the TCCAP in June of 2014 as the CFO. He then transitioned into the role of COO/CFO and then to CEO last year with the departure […]

Tri-County CAP recieves grant from Madelaine Von Weber Trust

Pictured from the left, Richard Wallingford of Color Works Gorham, Constance Mckearney the Facilities Administrator for TCCAP, Chris Prothero of Color Works and Shawn Douglas of Color Works show off the new carpeting at the Grand Trunk Railroad Building in Berlin, which holds the administrative offices of Tri-County Community Action Programs, Inc a local nonprofit […]