Senior Meals of Coös County & Berlin Senior Center:
610 Sullivan Street
Berlin, NH 03570
Senior Meal Locations:
610 Sullivan St. Berlin, NH Tel: 603-752-2545
Colby Commons, Colebrook, NH Tel: 603-237-4957
Jefferson Road, Whitefield, NH Tel: 603-837-2424
Senior Meals of Coös County is dedicated to enhancing the independence and well-being of the senior population through quality programs with high standards of service. Senior Meals of Coös County & Berlin Senior Center provides Senior Congregate Meals, Meals on Wheels and a Senior Center located in Berlin.
Berlin Senior Center (BSC) and meal sites offer older adults a choice of options which increase socialization, fitness, creativity, education, and volunteerism. Senior Center offers a place of activity where old friends and new can meet and enjoy: community dining, social events, activities, educational workshops, craft and creative groups, computer learning, shopping trips, holiday festivities, community outreach and volunteer opportunities.
Senior Meals of Coös County gives mobile older adults an opportunity to interact and enjoy hot, nutritious meals with others. Diners have a chance to meet n people and share interests. In fact, many meet friends for social congregate meals on a regular basis.
provides hot, nutritious meals, a daily safety check and friendly interaction to homebound seniors in Coös County who are unable to shop or cook for themselves, helping them to maintain a healthy lifestyle and remain living independently in their homes for as long as possible.
The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) is a Federal program that helps supplement the diets of low-income Americans, including elderly people, by providing them with emergency food and nutrition assistance at no cost.
TCCAP oversees food distribution in local communities throughout Coös and Grafton counties. The foods distributed go to local food pantries and soup kitchens, social service agency programs with food programs and Head Start programs.
NHCarePath is a new initiative where community partners work collaboratively to connect individuals to the supports and services that they may need and ensure a consistent experience for individuals seeking assistance. Multiple statewide partners collaborate as part of NHCarePath, including the NH Department of Health and Human Services (NH DHHS), ServiceLink Aging and Disability Resource Centers, Area Agencies offering developmental services and Community Mental Health Centers: with the goal of making it easier for NH residents to find the help they need.
Information, Referral, and Awareness
ServiceLink serves as a highly visible and trusted place where people of all ages, disabilities and income levels know they can turn for objective and unbiased information on the full range of services and support options. ServiceLink promotes awareness of the various options that are available in the community, including options among under-served, hard-to-reach and private paying populations, as well as options individuals can use to plan ahead for their long-term needs.
Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC)
Program (ADRC) is a collaborative effort of the Administration on Community Living and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). ADRCs serve as single points of entry into the long-term support and services system for older adults and people with disabilities of all income levels.
610 Sullivan Street, Suite 6
Berlin, NH 03570