Information and Fact Sheets About Covid-19 Coronavirus
Winter Food Resources
Click here for a full guide to Winter Food Resources in Nashua – English
Winter School Meals
M/W/F 7-9 am or 11-1 pm
Breakfast & Lunch is served at:
- Pennichuck Middle School
- Ledge Street Elementary*
- Amherst Street Elementary
- Dr. Crisp Elementary*
- Mt. Pleasant Elementary
- Fairgrounds Elementary*
- Elm Street Middle School
*These schools will also have fresh produce Friday from 11-1
Bus Routes – Look for the Big Blue Bus!
Bus Route 1
11:00-11:10am: Broad St/ Bartemus Trail
11:15-11:25am: Broad St/ Tilton St.
11:35-11:45am: Pine Hill Gardens
11:55-12:05pm: Charlotte Elementary
Bus Route 2
11:00-11:15am: Amherst St. Apts
11:20-11:45am: Black Stone/Millstone/Knight Bridge Arms
11:50am-12:10pm: Regent Apartments
Bus Route 3
11:30am-11:45am: Canterbury Apts (Clubhouse)
12:05pm-12:15pm: River Pines (Office)
12:18pm-12:28pm: Country Side Dr. at Colonial Ave
12:32pm-12:43pm: Main Dunstable Soccer Field
12:50pm-1pm: Sapling Circle (Leasing Office)
1:05pm-1:15pm: Twin Ponds (at Snow Circle)
1:20pm-1:30pm: Newcastle Dr./ Spit Brook Rd (Clubhouse)
Mobile Produce Pantries – Fresh produce
2-3 pm Tue: YMCA of Greater Nashua- 24 Stadium Dr
2-3 pm Wed: First Church Nashua- 1 Concord St
2-3 pm Thur: Crossways Church- 33 Pine St
CARE’s Act Information
Governor Sununu has issued 3 Emergency Orders to help provide relief to the citizens of NH. You can find the full press release and information about the orders here.
NH Department of Public Health
Here is a link to the NH Department of Public Health Website. You will find fact sheets (in multiple languages) updates and advice for yourself, your family, your customers, clients, and friends. Working together we can keep our community safe.
Greater Nashua Public Health Department
This page provides information and resources from the Greater Nashua Public Health Department and how they are responding to Covid-19 in service delivery and Resources. It also provides resources for food distribution programs on safety of volunteers and staff
The DHHS has established the Emergency Childcare Collaborative in response to COIVD-19. Learn more about it here.
These flyers offer information about how to access food if you are in need in Greater Nashua
If you or a family member needs help, Call 211 by dialing the simple 3 digits 2 – 1 – 1 from any phone in NH.
Avoid COVID-19 Scams
The New Hampshire Department of Justice is maintaining this website page outlining known scams related to COVID-19. Use this resource to be aware and to protect yourself.
The Nashua Telegraph is providing regular updates online about local information related to community’s response to Covid-19. A subscription is not needed to access this information. Covid-19 Updates From Nashua Telegraph
Unemployment Assistance Hotline at 603-271-7700. www.nhes.nh.gov to file a claim online. If you do not have access to a computer and need to complete an application online you can do that by calling the local office of employment security in Nashua by dialing (603) 882-5177. Call volume may be very high. Please be patient. If you request a call back, please make yourself available to answer your phone for up to 45 minutes.
NHEASY Applications For other Public Assistance Resources. If possible, sign-up online. If you do not have access to a computer you can contact the Call Center at 1-844-275-3447. Call volume is high so be prepared to wait at least 45 minutes or request a callback. They will assist you in completing an application over the phone. If you request a call back, please make sure you are available to answer your phone for up to 45 minutes from the time you called.
FamilyWize discount cards can be used and are offering COVID-19 specific discounts.
Familywise Prescription Discount Numbers (see below)
Card ID: FW100
Group ID: FW100
Access to Free Internet
New Tax Advantages for Donors under COVID-19
There is a new financial incentive for Americans to give generously to qualifying charities, including United Way of Greater Nashua and many of our community partners. The new universal tax break for charitable donations was included in the final $2 trillion COVID-19 stimulus package signed into law last week and will go into effect starting with the 2020 tax year. Learn more here.