You are the reason we’re here.
If you’d like information, help, a listening ear or, maybe, ways to make someone else feel really good, contact us at 603-795-0603 or help@CCLyme.org. Groceries or meals. Deliveries or errands. Help around home. A little help problem-solving. You name it.
If you are a school family with concerns for your own or fellow families, we’d like to help.
This quick form allows you to share your situation, needs you may have, and ways you may help others. Complete it if you like, or just reach out by email or phone. If you get caught on the wrong side of covid symptoms some morning and could use help figuring out how to get through the day or weeks, call 603-795-0603. Together, we’ll work through the pieces and come up with a way to make it work for you. That would make our day.
It’s Suicide Awareness Month. Take Care.
It is a difficult time. The pandemic is exacerbating long-standing mental and behavioral health challenges and helping to create new ones. There are many places to go if you or someone you know is in crisis or a deepening sad or unhealthy place. Please see this list of Mental and Behavioral Health resources, including crisis lines and contacts for ongoing support.
The Lyme Food Pantry is open on Tuesdays (or by appointment).
At 1pm, all are welcome to our “Farmers Market” display of Willing Hands produce. You can order a food package at 795-0603, or stop by. We can pack a box while you wait. If Tuesday timing is a problem for you, give us a call. We can help.
Coming up in this next week:
As you are out and about, please be thoughtful about how to keep yourself and others safe and healthy. Wear a mask when you are in public. Continue to keep a safe distance. Stay home if you are sick at all. And please be kind, as you encourage others to practice safe behaviors. ❤️😷.
Check out the growing listing of events on the Lyme Events Calendar online. We invite you to let us know about other things you think we should share. Following are just a few highlights.
- Sunday (9/27): YOM KIPPUR BEGINS
- Thursday (10/1):
Virtual Morning Sing that will wake up your voice and your mind. No singing experience is required. Do pre-register with the Aging Resource Center to receive a Zoom link an hour before the event.
*NOTE: For any event that’s not online, please be prepared with a mask and clean hands or clean gloves.
Save the Date:
- Tuesday (10/6):
FREE Weatherize Button-Up Workshop ONLINE, 7-8:30pm. The Lyme and Orford Energy Committees and CommunityCare of Lyme are partnering with NHSaves. Some funding support will be available for those who could use help getting their homes prepped for winter.
- Wednesdays in October (10/7, 14, 21, 28):
Building Your Lifeplan Educational Series with Tim Caldwell. What kinds of planning are important to “take care of you and take care of tomorrow”? Two gatherings on October 7th (noon and 7pm) will be an overview of the decisions and plans that matter most, depending on what’s happening in your life. There will be lots of time for questions. Other weeks’ topics will be based on what matters most to participants.