Outside Resources and Services for WLC students and Families
NH Partners In Health program serves families of children with chronic health conditions from birth to 21 years of age. Chronic health conditions include, but are not limited to, asthma, diabetes, cancer, muscular dystrophy, seizures, acquired brain injuries, metabolic and genetic conditions, and heart conditions, in addition to many more.
If you would like more information on the program or would like the coordinator for the program to speak to providers, feel free to call (603) 459-2744.
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Teen Topics is a monthly forum for high school students that meets from September to June. Each session has a topic as well as a teen friendly activity. Our January 10th meeting will take place in the yurt and on the trails of Beaver Brook Association in Hollis. We will end our time together around a bonfire. This was our most popular session last year. New participants are welcomed at each session. Sessions are free; see attached schedule for upcoming sessions. Registration is required. Participants/caretakers may register by contacting Eleanor Owen: Eleanor.email@example.com/ 603-420-1914.
Good Grief serves elementary and middle school students grieving the loss of someone significant. Children gather with others their age to learn they are not alone, and to express their grief in creative and age-appropriate ways. Meetings are bi-monthly on Thursday evenings in Merrimack from October to June. The next entry point is in February. The group is free; registration is required. To register, please have the child’s caretaker contact Eleanor Owen: Eleanor.firstname.lastname@example.org/ 603-420-1914.
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Comprehenisve list of helpful resources near Wilton and Lyndeborough