Local Non-Profits-Health and Human Services

The following agencies provide services to the residents of Newfields and surrounding towns. If you need assistance, please contact any of the following or call Sue or Donna at the Town Offices 603.772.5070 to help you find an appropriate local group.

A Safe Place, domestic abuse support services, 24-hour toll free crisis phone line in NH: 1.800.854.3552.  Local Hotline Number in Portsmouth 603.436.7924.

American Red Cross-The Red Cross provides disaster relief in New Hampshire communities

Child & Family Services of New Hampshire is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing free or reduced social services to residents.    

Girls on the Run - a program for girls in the 3rd through 8th grade.  Running is used to inspire and motivate girls, encourage health fitness, and build confidence.   

Lamprey Health Care –a health care organization with medical centers in nearby Newmarket and Raymond that provides medical services to individuals of all ages regardless of their ability to pay.  LHC also offers senior transportation

Main Street Art -Main Street Art offers art instruction for preschool age to adult, encouraging every emerging artist to explore their creative potential and develop a style all their own.  Classes are now being offered! Visit the website at www.newfieldsart.org for full class descriptions and a registration form.  

New Hampshire Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals – animal rescue, rehabilitation, and adoption center located in nearby Stratham.  

Rockingham County Community Action – an organization providing services to low-income households including fuel assistance and food pantries.  

Richie McFarland Center, Seacoast based agency whose purpose is to provide early intervention - developmental, therapeutic and support services - to children (0-6 years)and their families.

Rockingham County Nutrition- Meals on Wheels – a support service for older and disabled residents of Rockingham County who are homebound or unable to prepare their own meals.   

Seacoast Area Feline Education & Rescue (SAFER)- a non-profit organization dedicated to helping homeless cats in the New Hampshire Seacoast Area.

Seacoast Child Advocacy Center – an agency that offers support and advocacy for child abuse victims and their families

Seacoast Hospice- medical care, pain management and support for patients with a life expectancy of six months or less.  Services provided in the comfort of their own home or locations of choice.  

Seacoast Mental Health Center- community mental health center

ServiceLink Resource Center -  Information and support services within the community for the aging and disabled.  

Sexual Assault Support Services – an agency dedicated to the prevention of child sexual abuse, sexual assault and stalking, while supporting victims, survivors and others impacted by sexual violence.

St Vincent de Paul – community assistance center providing emergency food, health, housing and transportation needs.  Affiliated with St. Michaels Parish.

Womenade – an organization founded by Seacoast women in 2005, raising money to provide local people with short term financial assistance that is not readily available through other resources.  Requests remain anonymous and come from a trustworthy source in the community such a school nurse, guidance counselors, doctors, clergy, etc.

 

YMCA Camp Lincoln — provides camps, outdoor education and before- and after-school programs available to students at NES.