Senior Services and REAP

Acute Care Services
can be reached 24/7
603-434-1577 Option 1

Helping seniors live a safe and satisfying life

The need for behavioral health support doesn’t end as you age. We all deserve to live a fulfilled life. The Referral Education Assistance and Prevention Program (REAP) is designed to assist seniors and their caretakers toward that goal. You can talk to a REAP counselor about any concerns regarding stress, relationships, grief, emotional wellbeing, substance misuse, family dynamics or other issues that are affecting your quality of life

REAP provides community-based, short-term support for older adults who live in New Hampshire, caregivers and family members of older adults, and professionals who work with and for older adults. The team’s goal is to address concerns around mental health, substance use and cognitive functioning.

REAP counselors provide older adults and their caregivers with:

  • Grief Counseling
  • Technical Assistance (to housing and other professionals who serve older adults)
  • Education Programs for older adults and professionals who work with older adults
  • Connection to community resources
  • NH residents aged 60+ and anyone living in Senior Housing,
  • Caregivers and family members of anyone eligible for REAP, and
  • Professionals who work with and / or on behalf of older adults in NH.

Exceptions: Permanent residents of long-term care facilities and active clients of a NH Community Mental Health Center are not eligible for the REAP Program.

To make a REAP referral or for more information about REAP services, please call the Access to Care department at 603-434-1577.

Ready to make an appointment?

We’re here to help. Please call (603) 434-1577, option 2 between 8:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. weekdays to reach our Access to Care department. You’ll speak with one of our friendly Access to Care Specialists who will gather information to determine how to best address your concerns.

Please call our main office to schedule appointments.

Call (603) 434-1577