Resources

The Greater Derry community has a wealth of programs and resources for elders and their families. Below is an ongoing list of resources for services including nutrition, transportation, employment, and healthcare. Please note, that the below links are responsible for their own websites and by no means does this list mean that we sponsor or endorse these programs. If you notice some information is inaccurate please email the Recreation office with the title of the page, the error, and any updated information.

Community Resources
Resource NameContact InformationDescription
CART (THE COOPERATIVE ALLIANCE FOR REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION)
 

(603) 458-6087

Provides fixed route and curb-to-curb demand-response transportation serving the New Hampshire towns of Chester, Derry, Hampstead, Londonderry and Salem.
ServiceLink New Hampshire603-893-9769

The Atkinson Office of Rockingham ServiceLink is conveniently located off of Route 111.

They provide the citizens of Rockingham County with the assistance they deserve as they contemplate longterm care options, sign up for Medicare or Marketplace insurance, or apply for state benefits.

They provide information and referrals to everyone whether they are currently uninsured, benefit from private, state (Medicaid), or Medicare insurance.

Home Health and Hospice Care1- 800-887-5973Home Health & Hospice Care is your trusted local expert, offering home health care, advanced illness management, private duty services, and hospice care. Since 1883 we have been providing high quality, state of the art health care services to address the diverse needs of the community. Home Health & Hospice Care supports community residents from birth through end of life.
VNA Health System of Northern New England The six affiliated agencies of the Visiting Nurse Association Health System of Northern New England (VNAHSNNE) have been delivering community-based home health and hospice care services for more than 100 years.
Caregivers Corner For those who care for family members and others the State of New Hampshire recognizes that informal caregiving by family members and friends is essential for children, adults and frail older adults who have disabilities, fragile medical conditions, and/or behavioral or mental health conditions, and adults with Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders to remain in the community.