Charlestown Health & Human Services
Office Hours: Tuesday & Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
For emergency assistance, questions, or to schedule and appointment outside of these hours please call 1-800-894-8400 (This number is also located on the front page of the application and is highlighted).
As the colder weather approaches we would like to make sure residence aware of the programs and benefits that may be available to low-income individuals and families.
Call: 542-9528 or 1-800-529-0005 for
Fuel Assistance Program
Electric Assistance Program
Provides qualifying electric customers with a discount off their electric bill.
Neighbor Helping Neighbor
(If you are not eligible for fuel assistance but have an electric disconnection notice)
Senior Energy Assistance Program (SEAS)
Assists elderly age 60 and above who are over income under (LIHEAP) with up to $270 per household
Remember to contact Fuel and Electric Companies before missing scheduled payments to inform them of any difficulties may have in paying on time. Ask for an extension and tell them when you will be able to pay. If you need assistance in making payment arrangements with electric company to avoid disconnection contact the Charlestown Health and Human Service Office.
Charlestown Food Pantry
826-5657 (open Mon. and Fri. 9-11am and Thursday. 9-10am)
Alstead Food Shelf:
835-2283 (open Mon-Sat 9am-4pm)
SNAP (Food Stamps)
WIC (Women Infants & Children)
If, you have children under the age of (5) five
CSFP (NH Commodity Supplemental Food Program)
For seniors age 60 and above, call: 1-800-529-0005 and women with children age 5-6
Call (SCS) Southwestern Community Services for:
SCS Housing, Inc. – Low income Senior and Family housing
If, you are Homeless call 211 and the NH Housing Authority at 1-800-439-7247, for immediate assistance
Town Assistance Applications are available outside the door of the Charlestown Health and Human Service Office or, at the Town Selectman’s Office.