For Caregivers2021-02-26T14:35:45-05:00

Feeling Overwhelmed and Alone?

Come and visit our Caregiver Support Group for caregivers of loved ones with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia. Drop in for support and information and connect with others!

  • Open to all caregivers of those with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia.
  • Exchange practical information on caregiving problems and possible solutions
  • Share different ways of adapting to the continuing stress of coping
  • Share concerns in a supportive atmosphere

Meetings are held:

1st & 3rd Wednesday each month • 10:00am-11:30am

For more information, please call Marguerite Cheney at 352-2253 x4255. 

Free of Charge. No registration is necessary. Come anytime!

Upcoming Events and Support Groups

You have questions…we have answers!

If you have questions about anything related to home care, hospice, Meals on Wheels, or are unsure how HCS can help your family, please take advantage of our Walk-in Wednesdays.

You can also call us at 603-352-2253 or email us at info@hcsservices.org to chat with one of our Care Coordination Nurses who can answer your questions and discuss services that would be helpful.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is a referral needed from my doctor?2021-02-26T14:31:41-05:00

Insurance carriers (including Medicare) require that we receive a doctor’s orders prior to providing services for clinical services and Hospice, however referrals are not needed for Meals on Wheels and other community services.

Please contact Care Coordination for more information.

To speak with one of our Care Coordination nurses:

call 603-352-2253 or 800-541-4145 or email info@hcsservices.org

You’ll speak in confidence with a member of our staff to discuss your situation and receive completely free, no-obligation information regarding our services and how we can help.

What payment options are available?2021-02-26T14:31:41-05:00

Home Healthcare, Hospice and Community Services is a local, not-for-profit organization. Many services are funded by Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance plans, donations, and grants. No one is denied the care necessary for their health and safety solely on the basis of ability to pay.

Home Healthcare, Hospice and Community Services is Medicare certified and licensed by the State of New Hampshire as a home care provider.

HCS can accept bill payments online. Please click here to access the payment website.

How do I ask for services for myself or a loved one?2021-02-26T14:31:41-05:00

Determining what your family member, friend, or neighbor needs and how to pay for it can be a difficult undertaking. Our Care Coordination staff can answer your questions and discuss services that would be helpful.

To speak with one of our Care Coordination nurses:

call 603-352-2253 or 800-541-4145 or email info@hcsservices.org

Care Coordination is available Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm and weekends and holidays from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.

You can also stop by our office in Keene for Walk-in Wednesdays, on the first Wednesday of every month, from 2:00-4:00pm. You’ll meet in confidence with a member of our staff to discuss your situation and receive completely free, no-obligation information regarding our services and how we can help.

What is Home Health Care?2021-02-26T14:30:54-05:00

Home Health Care encompasses a wide range of health care services provided in the patient’s home with the purpose of maintaining a patient’s optimal level of health, well-being, and independence, according to their personal beliefs and choices. Home care is a collaborative effort involving caregivers, physicians, and an interdisciplinary home care team. It is a cost-effective alternative to extended hospitalization, rehabilitation, or a nursing home stay. Patients are usually more comfortable in their own home and studies have shown patients recover quicker at home.

What is the HCS Service Area?2021-02-26T14:30:54-05:00

Visit our Service Area page for more information.

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