Neighbor Helping Neighbor

We're all in this together.

With today’s soaring energy costs, many New Hampshire residents are one job loss, uninsured illness, or other bad break away from not being able to pay their utility bills. By contributing to Neighbor Helping Neighbor, you can help others who face an energy emergency but don’t qualify for federally funded energy assistance programs. Every cent of your tax-deductible contribution goes directly to assist someone who needs help but has nowhere else to turn.

Getting Help

If you are having difficulty paying your heat and/or electricity bills, call your local Community Action Agency (CAA) for an appointment to discuss your energy assistance options.

 

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When you go to your appointment, please bring the following information:

  1. A copy of your disconnect notice from the utility
  2. Proof of income.  

Ask the CAA when scheduling your appointment what documents you will need to bring.

 

New Hampshire's Community Action Agencies

 

Belknap-Merrimack County

Belknap-Merrimack Community Action
800-856-5525
bm-cap.org

 

Cheshire & Sullivan Counties

Southwestern Community Services
603-352-7512
scshelps.org

 

 

Hillsborough County

Southern New Hampshire Services
800-322-1073
snhs.org

 

Rockingham County

Rockingham County Community Action
800-639-3896
rcaction.org

 

Strafford County

Community Action Partnership of Strafford County
844-435-7603
straffordcap.org

 

Coos, Carrol, and Grafton Counties

Tri County Community Action
603-752-7100
tccap.org

 

 

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