- The Family Support Warm Line
- Early Childhood & Family Support
- Homelessness Youth & Young Adult Services
- Family Preservation & Strengthening
- Home Care for Seniors & Adults with Disabilities
- Federal Financial Help for Youth
Family Centered Early Supports & Services
Region Rockingham County Eligibility Birth to age three Fee Covered by Medicaid and most insurance plans. No out-of-pocket cost. Contact Seacoast Office
ESS is dedicated to children who have developmental disabilities, developmental delays or are at risk for developmental delays. Our goal is to optimize your baby’s cognitive, physical, emotional and social development, self-sufficiency and chance for success.
Our role is to empower you with knowledge and understanding of your child’s development and with the emotional and practical skills you’ll need to enhance the health, wellness and future of your baby and your family.
Together, you and your ESS team will design a program that best meets the needs of your child, family and lifestyle. Your team may include speech and language pathologists, occupational and physical therapists, educators, early childhood development specialists and social workers.
Services for your child can not be denied because of a lack of insurance coverage, and at this time there is no out-of-pocket cost to families for ESS (insurance copays and deductibles will not be charged to families).
- Developmental Screening
- Occupational & Physical Therapy
- Speech & Language Therapy
- Social Services
- Parenting Skills
- Community Resources
- Education Consultation
Meet Our Team
Melissa Hugener Program Director
Erika Hafey Speech & Language Pathologist
Lara DuBois Occupational Therapist
Suzanne Dube Early Childhood Educator
Andrew Sullivan Early Childhood Educator
Norah Hansen Occupational Therapist
Liz Sprague Billing/ESS Coordinator
Heather Flewelling Early Childhood Educator
Combination of federal, state, and local monies and grants.
Partners One Sky Community Services
A FUNdraiser to help launch the new Family Resource Center in the Upper Valley