Riding Tri-County Transit is easy.
They have been providing transportation for our students. Pick up locations have been at Hope House and White Horse Recovery Center in the past.
A comprehensive listing of transportation services (and volunteer opportunities) available to residents of Carroll County.
"Getting There Together" - working to improve transportation options for residents of Carroll County, New Hampshire.
To provide a free Risk Prevention Training last June to young adults ages 18-25
The mission of the Carroll County Coalition for Public Health (C3PH) is to promote, protect, and improve the health and well-being of communities within Carroll County, New Hampshire through the proactive, coordinated, and comprehensive delivery of essential public health services.
Since 1937, The Tamworth Foundation has helped Tamworth fulfill its needs and create new projects that benefit the community, relying solely on the contributions of our donors. Our grants touch virtually all aspects of life in Tamworth.
The Tamworth Foundation has been a major supporter of our school and students.
The Trust supports Carroll County Adult Education, in addition to a number of health projects; oral health, special needs, blind, deaf and learning disabled, elderly, children's homes, youth organizations, youth and family services, homeless shelters, soup kitchens, food pantries, and summer enrichment programs/camps to name a few.
• Connects regional agencies with vocational programs.
• Share information and resources to resolve barriers to employment in particular hard-to-place individuals.
• Comprised of representatives of NH Works, regional area agencies, private job developers/consultants, local municipalities, Vocational Rehabilitation and various Carroll County programs.
Altrusa is an International non-profit organization, making our local communities better through leadership, partnership and service.
Rotary International, founded in 1905 is a worldwide charitable organization comprised of professional and business leaders whose goals are humanitarian service, high ethical standards, and the promotion of international goodwill and peace. Approximately 1.2 million Rotarians belong to more than 32,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas.
At the Rotary Club of Ossipee Valley , we are a family of community men and women who enjoy the camaraderie of meeting, learning, and working together in support of Rotary’s motto: “Service Above Self”.
We are a friendly, welcoming community which fosters liberal religious living through worship, study, service, and fellowship.