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The mission of the NH Providers Association is to represent its members in advancing substance use prevention, treatment, and recovery through public policy, leadership, professional development, and quality member services.

Since November 1998, the mission of the Greater Nashua Dental Connection (GNDC) has focused on improved access for affordable dental care to individuals and families who qualify for services, for those who are or below 200% of national poverty level, are without insurance and live in New Hampshire. 

The Freedom Café’s mission is to end human trafficking. We use a three-pronged approach to accomplish our mission: 

Touchstone Farm… where providing opportunities that positively change lives is our core mission!

A Peer Support Agency that provides a non-medical approach to wellness and recovery for individuals with mental illness over the age of 18 year and who reside in Strafford County.

TLC Family Resource Center was founded in 1992. The mission of TLC Family Resource Center is to promote the optimal health and development of children and families in our region of New Hampshire. To that end, we strengthen and support children, youth, and families with a wide range of free programs, parent education, support groups, and events.

The Friends Program recruits volunteers to meet community needs and restore hope in the human spirit. The organization marshals a corps of about 800 volunteers who mentor at-risk youth, sheler homeless families, and help seniors actively contribute to the community.

The mission of the PLUS Company, an acronym for People Learning Useful Skills, is to empower individuals with disabilities to maximize their independence. 

TASC's mission is to help people maintain their health, independence and dignity by mobilizing volunteer drivers to provide rides to eligible residents of the seacoast communities that we serve.

The Turtle Ridge Foundation is proud to be a non-profit organization supporting adaptive and youth sports programs.

Saved from demolition by the community in 1987 and blossoming today with nationally recognized programs, the nonprofit art center is delicately balancing successful growth. Since its 2003 designation as an “American Treasure,” by the US Senate. The Music Hall has emerged as a cultural anchor in the region, engaging 100,000 patrons each year, including 20,000 school children. 

The Winnipesaukee Playhouse is a nonprofit organization that serves to develop and stage professional and community-based theatrical productions and to provide opportunities in theatre and the performing arts for the community.

Some 65 years ago a dream became a reality and the Tapply-Thompson Community Center (formerly Bristol Community Center) was born.  It has been enjoyed by thousands of people in the Newfound Lake region ever since.  The Center was built on the philosophy that , "If one adult life is influenced for the good, it is money well spent."  It is overseen by a Recreation Advisory Council with representation from the eight participating towns and other local organizations.

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