Tri-County Community Action Program, Inc.

Tri-County Community Action Program, Inc.
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About Us

Tri-County Community Action Program mission is dedicated to improving the lives and well-being of New Hampshire's people and communities. We provide opportunities and support for people to learn and grow in self-sufficiency, and to get involved in helping their neighbors and improve conditions in their communities.

We operate several programs and divisions in Grafton County:

Energy Assistance Services
The Fuel Assistance Program provides benefits to qualified New Hampshire households to assist with heating costs. The Fuel Assistance Program can also help households during a heating emergency by securing an emergency delivery of fuel, delaying a shut-off notice or referring clients to another source of assistance.

Weatherizaion
The Weatherization Program serves low-income households that are most vulnerable to high-energy costs and who do not have the means of making cost-effective energy conservation improvements to their homes.

TCCAP collaborates with the electric and utilities’ energy efficiency programs to enhance the weatherization services provided to low-income households in New Hampshire whenever possible.

Tri-County Transit
TCT providse elder, disabled, low income and general public transportation through the following services:
LRH Care-A-Van, Tri-Town Flex Route, Long Distance Medical Non-Emergency Program and Medicaid transportation (NH Healthy Families & Wellsense)

Guardianship Services
Guardianship Services works to identify and secure services to promote the health, welfare, and safety of its wards in the least restrictive setting possible.

Support Center at Burch House
Support Center at Burch House is a volunteer-supported specialized service program that provides support and emergency shelter to victims and survivors of Domestic and Sexual Assault Violence and Stalking in 19 towns in northern Grafton County, NH.

Tyler Blain Homeless Shelter
Shelter guests have independent access to a large eat-in kitchen, a community food pantry, laundry facilities and a common area. Food and material goods assistance are provided as needed. On-site staff provides individualized case management services to all shelter guests, including help with transportation. Staff also assists shelter guests in developing plans to meet their goals of being self-sufficient and securing permanent housing.

Homeless Intervention
Homeless Outreach identifies persons who are unsheltered for the purpose of providing assistance with attaining adequate shelter and access to needed services.

Head Start
Head Start is a federally funded, comprehensive child development program that serves income eligible families with children between the ages of 3 and 5.

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