Family Support

Homeless Liaison/ Families in Transition
Todd Allen
(603) 868-5100 ext. 2007
[email protected]
End 68 Hours of Hunger - Weekend Grocery Support
The community of Oyster River offers a weekend food program for students, End 68 Hours-Oyster River. This program's purpose is to send home a supply of food every Friday with any child who feels/whose parent(s) feel this would be helpful. This process will be done in a confidential manner. The food products are simply placed in bags on their bus Friday afternoon for take home. Students no transported by bus or who would prefer, may pick their bag up at their respective schools. You may opt in or opt out of this program at any time.  For instance, if there is a loss of income in a home, you may contact one of the people noted below in person, via phone, note or email and the next week your child(ren) will receive a bag of food to take home from the school where they attend.  The service will continue each week until you state you no longer wish to receive this support.

Moharimet: (603) 740-8585 [email protected]

Mast Way: (603) 659-3001 [email protected]

OR Middle School: (603) 868-2820 [email protected]

OR High School: (603) 868-2375 [email protected]

If you feel this would help your family, please fill out this form and have your child bring it to the nurse or counselor listed above.  You can fill out one form or send information to one location even if you have children in more than one school. You may also call or email the information.  Please contact Katherine Moore RN Mast Way School at (603) 659-3001, [email protected] with any questions.

If you are interested in learning more about End 68, visit the main organization's website at  

If your family is able to help with a monetary donation, please make checks payable to ORCSD End 68 Hours of Hunger and send: c/o Nancy Clavette, SAU #5 36 Coe Dr. Durham NH 03824.

Thank you for your support!
Community Action Partnership of Strafford County

Community Actioin Partnership of strafford County is a 501(c)(3) private nonprofit organization established under the provisions of the Equal Opportunity Act of 1964 and established in Strafford County in May of 1965. Without the services provided by our agency for the past 50 years, many local residents would be without a means to provide for their basic needs, including food, education, child care, utilities assistance, transportation, housing, emergency shelter and access to other services.

Internet Essentials from Comcast

Low cost Internet service for eligible families.