Last updated: January 16,2021
Visiting Our Offices
We require all individuals to wear a mask while in our buildings. If you are unable to wear a mask, please let us know, and we will find a way to accommodate your needs. Visit the In-Person Appointments section of this website for information on visiting our offices.
Hours of Operation
All health centers: Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm
Telehealth visits will continue to be available.
Phones are answered Monday through Friday, 8 am to 4:30 pm
We are providing COVID-19 testing at our centers. COVID-19 testing takes place outside the building, separate from the rest of the facility. Staff working in these areas employ full PPE and infection control procedures under current NH DHHS guidelines.
Services are available at InteGreat Health. Visits are by appointment only.
X-Ray Services and PT/OT Services
Effective June 15, Exeter Hospital is providing X-Ray, Physical Therapy, and Occupational Therapy services at our Newmarket and Raymond locations. Please contact Exeter Hospital scheduling or your referring provider to arrange care.
Temporary Suspension of Programs
The following programs have been temporarily suspended while we work through the logistics of delivering safe care. If you are looking for an alternative to these programs, please contact the health center and ask to speak with a Community Health Worker. You can also call 211 for information on alternative community programs.
- Dental Programs
- Recovery Group
- Classes and Workshops – When we can reschedule these programs we will update our Classes & Workshops page
Permanent Suspension of Programs
Unfortunately, COVID-19 has forced us to change the way we operate. Social distancing, additional cleaning regimens, and PPE costs have made it challenging to continue to run all our programs. At this time, we are permanently suspending the programs listed below. If you used these services and need help meeting these needs, call us and ask to speak with a Care Coordinator. They will help identify other community resources to meet your needs.
Call your primary care provider!
Lamprey Health Care is screening our patients who have a fever and respiratory illness for COVID 19 risk. We may be able to evaluate your symptoms over the phone, or we may want to see you face-to-face to assess your condition.
If you have symptoms of COVID 19, we may recommend self-quarantine to help prevent the spread of the virus to others.
Should I just come down to the health center?
All patients need to call before coming to the health center. We have protocols in place to ensure the safety of all patients and staff. Additionally, there may be specific instructions we ask you to follow. Any instructions from our staff are in place for your safety and the safety of our patient care teams. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
211NH: Dial 211 for free information and referral for health and social services.
Nashua Area – United Way of Greater Nashua: Resources for the Nashua community.
Newmarket/Raymond Area – Connections for Health: COVID 19 resource section on homepage www.cfhnh.org
Tips for managing residential care visits from the Alzheimer’s Association, Massachusetts/NH Chapter.
Connections for Health: Information on 73 food providers across our region.
Strafford County Food / Nutrition Assistance: Information is organized by food pantries, meals to go, 68 hours of hunger, and school meals. Stafford County Food Resources
Rockingham County Food / Nutrition Assistance: UNH Cooperative Extension “Food Access Map” seeks to connect communities with up-to-date food resources better. UNH Food Access Map
Nashua Soup Kitchen and Shelter: Meals are available on a to-go basis. Breakfast is M-F: 8:30 am – 9:30 am, Dinner is M-Sat 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm, Sunday 12 pm – 1:30 pm.
Nashua residents who need food at home: The Nashua United Way launched the SHOP UNITED app as a solution for people who are quarantined or otherwise unable to get groceries. This volunteer-driven system allows the community to order food. Volunteers will shop and deliver to the individual’s doorstep.
Greater Nashua Food Council: A mobile app with a link to Covid-19 Quarantine Food Resources. Available in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Swahili. Download at Google Play and Apple App Store. Links available on their website.
Nashua School District: Services available for students and families include bagged lunches.
SAU 16 Resources, Exeter: Supporting family nutrition needs. Working with specific family or student support needs, e.g., homelessness and support services typically delivered in the school.
Students who receive in-school Behavioral Health support from Seacoast Mental Health Center (SMHC) are eligible for ongoing services via telehealth.
Statewide: A NH Department of Education resource for educators, family/caregivers of students, and students themselves. NH Learns Remotely
Walmart: Offering home or curbside delivery for seniors to get prescriptions. Call 1-(800) 2refill (800-273-3455).
CVS: Providing free delivery of prescriptions for all NH residents. Individuals must set up an account online. CVS Delivery
Walgreens: Providing free delivery of prescriptions for all NH residents. Individuals must set up an account online or access this through their app. Walgreens Delivery
Mental Health Support
Connections Peer Support (services are free, no referral is needed): Available Mon-Fri 8:30 am – 10:30 pm, and Sat-Sunun 5:00 – 10:00 pm. Services available to any community member needing behavioral health peer support. Online support groups beginning in early April and expanding in the coming weeks. Call (603) 427-6966 or (800) 809-6262 or visit
Seacoast Mental Health Center: Services are available via telehealth. Open access has been temporarily suspended. They are accepting hospital discharges and people that have been assessed from emergency services. (603) 431-6703, (603) 772-2710, Seacoast Mental Health Center Facebook page
Greater Nashua Mental Health: Many services maintained telehealth, with some services offered in person. Open access is temporarily suspended; the intake line is open for anyone.
Intake line: (603) 889-6147 business hours
Emergency line: (800) 762-8191 after hours.
Hospital discharges: (603) 402-1574
GNMH COVID Resources
NAMI Support Groups, NAMI New Hampshire: Offering Facebook/online support groups as well as a resource line. 800-242-6264 (press 4).
Visiting Nurse Services
Cornerstone VNA: Providing services including home care, palliative care, and hospice, as well as private home care, homemakers and nursing, PCAs, and LNAs. Telehealth is used as part of regular service delivery. (603) 332-1133
Exeter Housing Authority: Offices are closed, applications accepted via telephone. Paperwork is being mailed, and assistance provided to help with applications. It is recommended that anyone with a loss of income (whose rent is income-determined) notify the Housing Authority or housing program immediately to have rent adjusted. (603) 778-8110
NH Legal Assistance: Legal assistance is available for regular referrals, including evictions due to COVID-19.
People 60+, contact the Senior Law Project: 1-888-353-9944
Non-seniors, contact LARC: (603) 224-3333 or (800) 639-5290
Substance Use Disorder/Recovery Support
Farnum Center: Reopened to Detox. (603) 622-3020
Strafford Recovery, SOS Recovery: Recovery coaching, peer support, and telephone recovery. (603) 841-2350
Unity Recovery Meetings: Free online virtual recovery meetings.
Revive Recovery Support Center (Nashua): Expanded Telephone Recovery Supports Services. Available 8:00 am – 9:00 pm, Monday – Saturday, and 12:00 – 4:00 Sunday. (888) 317-8312
Hope for NH Recovery (Manchester): Hosting several online recovery meetings each day and provides access to recovery coaches and one-on-one peer support.
Access to Phones
NH HEALTHY FAMILIES members: SAFELINK phones are available through NHHF. SAFELINK has extended unlimited minutes to clients for April. Contact NHHF if a phone is needed for one of their members.
Nashua Transit System: On-call van service available for essential trips.