Timberledge Wellness, LLC
68 Old Gray Farm Road
Timberledge Wellness is a wellness studio located at the end of a quiet road on the edge of the woods that specializes in holistic services including botanical based skincare, facials, reiki, sound healing, and forest bathing. Leighsa is oncology and sensitive skin certified. Her gentle offerings nurture the energy and connection between the body, mind, soul, and earth to align your inner and outer beauty.
Brigid’s House of Hope
Brigid’s House of Hope is a safe house and restorative, transitional living program for survivors of human trafficking. Brigid’s House program supports survivors from 6-24 months by providing intensive case management, referrals to community programs, and in-house support groups. Brigid’s House of Hope also has a Rapid Rehousing Program that can support individuals in the community by providing case management and rental assistance for 2 years. Brigid’s aims to provide safety, community, and support for all survivors of human trafficking.
Health Market Connect
202 North State Street
Health Market Connect is a community-based organization that runs a federally funded program to provide no-cost, unbiased health insurance assistance to New Hampshire residents. We specialize in building communities through increasing access and utilization of public health insurance to create a healthier New Hampshire.
Hamlin Consulting, LLC
Lilly Hamlin is an occupational therapist, assistive technology professional, and owner of Hamlin Consulting where we strive to increase access to and use of assistive technology in order to help all persons reach their dreams and lead a fulfilling life. Through assistive technology provision and accessibility services including consultation, evaluation, device trials and training, follow-up, staff trainings and in-services, we bridge the gap between those who need assistive technology and the resources that are available to them. Lilly travels to Southern NH and the NH Seacoast region for appointments.
AIDS Response Seacoast
7 Junkins Ave
AIDS Response Seacoast (ARS) is a non-profit, community based HIV/AIDS Service Organization dedicated to providing direct assistance, education, and advocacy for persons living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. ARS provides services to clients at all stages of HIV infection that live in Rockingham and Strafford counties in New Hampshire. ARS provides these services at no cost to anyone living with HIV in our communities.
Adaptive Pediatric Therapy
118 Portsmouth Ave.
Bldg. A, Unit A1A
Adaptive Pediatric Therapy offers pediatric occupational therapy without boundaries – in our Stratham NH clinic, at your home, and in your community.
The Sonatina Center for Creative Arts Therapy
750 Central Ave.
The Sonatina Center, LLC is a multi-disciplinary creative arts therapy practice that offers music therapy, art therapy, and creative arts enrichment programs to children and adults in New Hampshire. Our primary focus is to empower individuals of all ages, improve self-esteem, promote a positive sense of self-worth, support development, enhance wellness, inspire creative self-expression, and connect with the community through music, art, movement, storytelling, and play.
Red Hill Acupuncture
Kristen (she/they) is a licensed acupuncturist (NH & MA) with 28 years of experience specializing in providing affirming, compassionate and competent care to the LGBTQIA+ community. Kristen published the first paper for acupuncturists on transgender health (2003) and is the lead author on a preeminent gerontology academic paper on transgender aging (2016). Currently providing mobile acupuncture in the Lakes Region NH. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire.
Water & Stone NH
22 Greeley Street
Water & Stone is a NH based, come-as-you-are, trans owned-and-operated massage & stretch practice. It was founded to celebrate ALL bodies and their many varieties and expressions.
New Hampshire Harm Reduction Coalition
NHHRC is a statewide grassroots organization dedicated to the implementation of public health strategies that reduce the harm associated with drug use and misuse. NHHRC engages in policy advocacy, multi-sector education, resource and policy development, coalition and capacity building, and direct services.