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Lebanon Human Services

Posted on: March 26, 2020

COVID-19: Get Help/Give Help

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Get Help

LISTEN Community Services 

The LISTEN food pantry, located at 60 Hanover Street, is open 10:00-4:00 Monday-Friday until further notice. Emergency boxes of food have been prepared and are limited to one box per member of household. Limited pet food is also available. There is currently no limit on how often you can visit the food pantry. 

Community dinners are on a “to go” basis from 5:00-5:30 Monday-Saturday at the community dinner hall in White River Junction. 

Please visit their website for complete details.

Upper Valley Haven

The Upper Valley Haven food shelf is open 9:00-3:00 Monday-Friday until further notice. Emergency boxes of food have been prepared based on size of household and are available once a month. Produce and bread as available can be picked up under the tent outside the building during the same hours. 

Please visit their website for complete details. 

Give Help

Upper Valley Strong Volunteer Portal

Are you interested in volunteering? The City of Lebanon is working collaboratively with Upper Valley Strong and the Upper Valley Haven to create a database of volunteers who are willing to lend a helping hand during this time of increased need. 

We encourage those who are interested to sign-up on the Upper Valley Strong Volunteer Portal.

NH Responds

NH Responds is part of a federal effort to coordinate and assemble volunteers for all types of emergencies. In order to provide New Hampshire citizens a timely and effective disaster or community response, volunteers need to be organized, verified, and ready to mobilize. Whether you are a healthcare provider, administrative specialist, a retired professional - anyone ready to help in your community - New Hampshire needs you. 

You can register to help at NHResponds.org

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