Whole Village Family Resource Center
Granite United Way and the Whole Village Family Resource Center are committed to the health of our community. Given the recent public health concerns related to the spread of the coronavirus, we will be embracing recommendations related to social distancing.
To that end, we have closed the Whole Village Family Resource Center to both the public and staff. But we understand connecting you to resources is more important than ever. Give us a call at 603-536-3720!
Whole Village’s purpose is to strengthen families while building a community that supports the healthy development of all children in the community. Our facility serves a dual purpose in the community. First, we are a family resource center offering an array of family support services, some of which are provided directly by the Whole Village team with others offered by our on-campus partners, and many that are integrated and collaboratively offered. Second, 13,000 sq. ft. Whole Village building provides community accessible meeting and program space to over 100 different groups and organizations each year.
The Exchange at Whole Village, a community learning space located in Plymouth where people connect, interact, and learn to inspire growth, family strength, and promote community engagement. The Exchange will connect low and moderate-income residents of eastern Grafton County with community resources and educational experiences to increase their financial capacity and resilience. The project will convene local agencies to create a “one-stop” approach to accessing the community and educational services necessary to move beyond poverty.
Looking for more information?
Contact Whole Village Family Resource Center's Director Susan Amburg at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 603.536.4743 x3.
Whole Village Agency Partners:
SHIRLEY BEMIS, LICSW
Licensed, independent, clinical social worker serving individuals, groups, couples, and families.
BRIDGE HOUSE HOMELESS SHELTER AND VETERANS ADVOCACY
Providing information and referral, emergency shelter, food, transitional living support, and aftercare to individuals and families in need.
GRAFTON COUNTY ALTERNATIVE SENTENCING
An alternative to the traditional criminal justice system for first-time juvenile offenders and individuals with a mental illness and/or drug and alcohol addiction.
GRAFTON COUNTY CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER
Provides a child-friendly space where trained forensic interviewers can talk to suspected victims of child abuse.
GROW AND THRIVE COUNSELING, PLLC- JANE MERRITHEW, LCMHC
Provides therapy, consulting, groups, workshops, and trainings for children and their families.
HEAD START PRESCHOOL, OPERATED BY TRICOUNTY CAP
A federally funded, family-focused child development program serving economically disadvantaged children and families, with a special focus on helping preschoolers develop early reading and math skills.http://www.tccap.org/services/youth-and-families/head-start/
ERIN KLASEN-ORR, LICSW
Licensed, independent, clinical social worker serving individuals and groups.
LAKES REGION COMMUNITY SERVICES
Helping individuals with disabilities achieve their personal and career goals by creating employment options and teaching independent skills.
MID STATE HEALTH CENTER INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT
603.536.4000 EXT. 8000
Provides individualized substance use disorder services including medical, behavioral health counseling, and social and emotional supports to participants at any level of their recovery.
Providing job searching workshops and reemployment services to job seekers, and assisting with their claims for unemployment benefits.
PEMI BAKER LITERACY
Providing free tutoring and small classes for ages 18+, including English as a Second Language (ESL), HiSet/GED preparation, and basic technology skills.
PLYMOUTH AREA RECOVERY CENTER (PARC)
Provides a caring and supportive environment for anyone working to recover from addiction. PARC links individuals with recovery related treatment services and peer support services.
STEP AHEAD AND HOME VISITING NH
Providing services and supports to families with children under age 21. Free services include home visits, health education, child developmental screenings, and life skills training.
Increasing mobility for seniors, individuals with disabilities, and those on medicaid. Volunteer
drivers transport citizens to medical appointments within a 19-town region.
UNH COOPERATIVE EXTENSION NUTRITION CONNECTIONS
603.536.3720 EXT. 103
Nutrition education to limited-resource individuals, seniors, groups, and youth to build their knowledge and skills to make healthy choices.
WOMEN, INFANT AND CHILDREN (WIC), operated by Belknap-Merrimack CAP
Provides nutrition education, breastfeeding support, health screenings, and nutritious foods to pregnant women, new mothers, infants, and preschool children.