Covid-19 Resources and Information
Local and State Resources During Covid-19
HACOC - Helping Each Other (Includes a list of local restaurants and businesses that are currently open, as well as businesses that are hiring)
Topics covered in this guidance: Social Security Benefits; Unemployment Insurance Benefits; Utilities; Food stamps, cash assistance and Medicaid; Domestic Violence; Housing; Senior and Consumer Law; Youth Law/Education
Individuals will need to file for each week of temporary unemployment and all of this can and should be done online at www.nhes.nh.gov, or by calling 603-271-7700.
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