Information for Seniors

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Tax Exemptions / Credits

If you are Elderly, Disabled, Blind, a Veteran or a Veterans’ Spouse and feel that you may be eligible, you must apply prior to April 15th to be considered for the next tax cycle. For details and application information please contact Kristen at 603-673-8855 ext. 216 or email Kristen@brookline.nh.us

Veterans Services

If you or someone you know is a veteran, see below for some valuable information resources.  There are many American Veterans who are unaware of some of the benefits they are entitled to.  Help is available for Health Care, Housing, Substance Abuse Treatment, Transportation, Education and Employment.  Hopefully these links are a helpful place to start.

Veterans Crisis Line 1-800-273-8255 (Press 1) 
Confidential help for Veterans and their families.

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs  1-800-827-1000   www.va.gov
Example of benefits:  VA offers monetary assistance to Veterans with specific service-connected physical disabilities, so they can construct or modify a home to best meet their needs. Click here for more information.

NH State Office of Veterans Services  1-800-622-9230 www.nh.gov/nhveterans

VA Medical Center, Manchester NH  1-603-624-4366  www.manchester.va.gov
For a ride to the VA Medical Center in Manchester for an appointment call 603-624-4366 ext. 6053

Disabled American Veterans (DAV)  (877) I AM A VET  www.dav.org

Harbor Homes Inc.  1-603-882-3616  www.harborhomes.org

Veterans Inc.   1-800-482-2565   www.veteransinc.org

Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) www.hollisvfw.org