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Health and Human Services office in Nashua shut by water damage

NASHUA – The Department of Health and Human Services office in Nashua has been closed because of water damage from a broken pipe.

The office is likely to be shut for
about a week. Services for the elderly, children, families and others who use the office can be obtained at a variety of other locations. ...

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NASHUA – The Department of Health and Human Services office in Nashua has been closed because of water damage from a broken pipe.

The office is likely to be shut for
about a week. Services for the elderly, children, families and others who use the office can be obtained at a variety of other locations.

The damage in the building at 3 Pine St. Ext. occurred Monday afternoon when a second-floor pipe broke.

Staff will continue to process applications and cases from other DHHS locations. For other services, people can contact:

Bureau of Elderly and Adult Services: 271-7014 or 1-800-949-0470.

Division of Client Services: 1-800-852-3345, ext. 9700.

Division of Children, Youth and Families: 1-800-852-7493, ext. 5.

Division of Child Support Services: 271-4427 or 1-800-852-3345, ext. 4427, or via the Web at www.dhhs.nh.gov/dcss/contact.htm.

The Division of Family Assistance/New Hampshire Employment Program at Southern New Hampshire Services Outreach Center, 134 Allds St., Nashua.

Long Term Care Services: 1-866-322-9191.

Clients also can apply for services online at www.nheasy.nh.gov.

– Telegraph Staff