Hancock, New Hampshire

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
Jon GrosJean, Director
HEALTH & WELFARE OFFICER
Linda Coughlan

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Updated November 26, 2013 at below

  • Holiday Safety Tips, (PDF 956 KB) Safety Educator, Nov/Dec 2013
    New Hampshire Department of Safety, Public Education Division

  • Medical Reserve Corps Seeking Volunteers
    (Posted on September 3, 2013)
    The Greater Monadnock Medical Reserve Corps seeks volunteers from various professional and non-professional backgrounds, including medical and non-medical, behavioral, public health, and support staff. The GMMRC will offer flexibility and allow volunteers to choose their desired level of participation and commitment.

    GMMRC Mission: to engage current and retired health care professionals as well as non-medical personnel in helping the community prepare for, respond to, and mitigate emergencies, disasters, and pressing public health needs by providing a group of readily trained and available volunteer
    professionals who supplement and assist local medical emergency response systems.

    For more information, please contact

  • A Citizen's Guide to Best Practices of the 9-1-1 System
    By Bryan E. Wolfe - (Posted on July 29, 2013)

  • PSNH Heat Wave Readiness - Cool Tips – what you can do right away to keep energy use down now and throughout the summer
  • Greater Monadnock Public Health Network (GMPHN)
    Sign up to receive Emergency Alerts. Details here.

  • Generator Safety
    State of New Hampshire Department of Safety, Division of Fire Safety, Office of the State Fire Marshal
  • Fuel Assistance at The Grapevine
  • Low & Moderate Income Homeowner's Tax Relief Program - Check this page to see if you are eligible.
    N.H. Department of Revenue Administration - "The Low and Moderate Income Homeowner's Property Tax Relief Program runs annually between May 1st and June 30th - APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED ONLY DURING THE FILING PERIOD - AFTER MAY 1, BUT BEFORE JUNE 30."


    These forms (Form DP-8) can be downloaded from the site or they are available at the Hancock Town office. Some Hancock residents may be eligible, but haven't heard of the program before. Health & Welfare Officer Linda Coughlan can help anyone that needs assistance with filling out the form or needs information from the office (525.4441).

Federal and State Government, and Other Agencies

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