The Bristol Town Offices are closed to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Intakes and appointments are not being conducted in person at this time. However, please note the following options for applying for assistance:
If you have access to a computer you may submit an application from our website: www.townofbristolnh.org.
- Applications can be filled out, saved and emailed directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Applications can be filled out and dropped off at the Town Offices in the outside dropbox
You may also contact 744-2522 for information on assistance. You will need to leave a message with your name, phone number and what you need for assistance. Please note that messages are checked daily and responded to as soon as possible.
Thank you for your patience.
The mission of the Bristol Human Services/Welfare Office shall be: to administer local welfare services in accordance to NH R.S.A. 165 and to facilitate the process of residents’ self-sufficiency. The office shall assist all individuals, (whether they can be directly assisted through Town of Bristol General Assistance funds or not) to network to other existing programs, re-employment efforts, and referrals to other agencies in an effort to facilitate an individuals’ return to personal independence.
Eligibility for assistance is determined by having each individual complete an extensive application in order to provide an overview of the specific situation the client is in. Assistance is provided for individuals basic necessities in accordance with State law and Town Guidelines. The applicants that are found eligible are assisted on expenses such as food, heat, electricity, rent, prescription drugs and other basic living and working needs.
|Kelly Lacasse||Human Services Director|