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Town of Weare Welfare Department is nominated by the Board of Selectmen and appointed by the State Director

When Applications for General Assistance are filled out and submitted to the Welfare Dept., please be aware it could take up to 72 hours to receive a decision regarding eligibility and past due payments are the responsibility of the applicant.  If you have received a past-due notice or notice of disconnect you need to contact the utility or company with the issue and try and make payment arrangements directly.  The Town of Weare Welfare Office does not pay for back rent or past due bills.   
 


Office Hours BY APPOINTMENT
Welfare applications available Mon-Fri at the Selectmen's Office between 8:00am and 4:30pm
Phone 529-2572
Fax 529-4554
Welfare Officer Debra Urella - d.urella@weare.nh.gov
Health Officer Kelly Dearborn-Luce - kdearborn-luce@weare.nh.gov
Deputy Health Officer Chip Meany - cmeany@weare.nh.gov

 

Weare  Food  Pantry

Open Wednesday's from 5:00p.m. to 7:00p.m.
@ The Weare Middle School.
Tel. # 603-529-0320
Bob & Sandy Boucher
donations can be mailed To
PO Box 584, Weare, NH 03281
 

New Hampshire Fuel Assistance Program:

Fuel Assistance benefits from 20 to 75 may be available to heat homes or apartments during the winter heating season. Eligibility and benefit amounts are determined by GROSS household income, household size, and annual heating costs. Fuel Assistance benefits are a grant and do not have to be paid back. The Fuel Assistance Program may pay your rent if the heat is included in the rent.

 Electric Assistance Program:

Save from 30% to 90% on your monthly electric bill! To Apply for one or both programs, call 647-4470 or 1-800-322-1073. Southern New Hampshire Services is located at 160 Silver Street in Manchester