|Address:||5 East Main Street|
PO Box 265
Warner NH 03278
|Hours:||8:00 AM to 4:00 PM Mon-Thu|
To promote, protect and preserve the health and well-being of our community by helping individuals and families achieve self-sufficiency through direct assistance or referrals to community resources in order to meet basic needs.
To have universal access for individuals and families to connect to necessary resources and services so everyone in our community can thrive and prosper.
The Town of Warner Welfare Department provides interim emergency assistance for low income residents through a voucher system. Assistance is available with rent, food, utilities and medication. Each applicant will be interviewed confidentially to review household circumstances and eligibility for assistance. Applications are available during hours of operation (excluding holidays).
You must apply in person or arrange an appointment over the phone.
Under NH Law RSA 165, every town and city in the State is mandated to relieve and maintain those in need and are required to have written guidelines to ascertain eligibility. If you do not live in Warner, contact your local town office for information and assistance.
How to apply
- Download an application form.
- Call the Selectman's office Monday - Thursday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. (603) 456-2298 ext. 1
- Pick-up an application located at the Town Hall at the front of the building in a box marked Welfare Applications.
- After completing the application you can either drop it off in the Welfare box at the Town Hall, mail it to Town of Warner, PO Box 265, 5 East Main St, Warner, NH 03278 or scan and email it to email@example.com.
Forms & Guidelines
- Almoner Assistance Application Form
- Welfare Application Form
- Welfare Department General Assistance Guidelines
If you are homeless in Warner, you should contact NH 2-1-1 (Dial 211 in NH) for possible homeless resources outside of Warner.
Long Term Assistance
If you are seeking information on long term assistance programs such as Temporary Assistance To Needy Families (TANF), foster care, disability grants, Medicaid, nursing home care, elderly care, and the food stamp program you may contact the New Hampshire Dept. of Health and Human Services.