|Paul J. Lloyd (Chairman)||3/1/2018||Veterans of Foreign Wars|
|Benjamin F. Saxon||3/1/2020||Disabled American Veterans|
|Robert G. Blais||3/1/2017||American Legion|
|Madeline R. Dreusicke||3/1/2016||VFW Auxiliary|
|Emeritus Member||(VACANT)||Veterans of World War I|
|Richard L. Murphy||6/10/2016||Marine Corps League|
|Raymond J. Goulet Jr.||8/26/2015||Vietnam Veterans of America|
|Robert Dionne||6/30/2015||Legion Department Commander|
|Gerard R. "Gerry" Bosse||6/30/2015||DAV Department Commander|
|Mark T. McCabe||6/30/2015||VFW Department Commander|
Whether you are a veteran looking into options for your own long term care, a family member, a member of a veterans' service organization, a prospective volunteer or donor, a possible referral source, or any friend we haven't met yet, we welcome you to our Home. We hope you will find answers to your questions and if you still have more questions, we encourage you to call us so we can help.
Before we go any further, if you are a veteran, we thank you for your service - no matter where you served, when, or for how long, we thank you for the sacrifices you made in service to our country. And in case you haven't heard it before, Welcome Home.
For more than a century, the New Hampshire Veterans Home has been a Home and a health resource for Granite State armed forces veterans. Established in 1890 as the Soldier's Home for Civil War Veterans, it has provided care and comfort for thousands who have served our country and fellow-citizens.
Located in the heart of the Lakes Region and the foothills of the magnificent White Mountains, the scenic beauty surrounding the Home - combined with the warm fellowship shared by residents, staff, and volunteers - create a unique environment for those who have made personal sacrifices in the military and now need assistance to care for themselves.
We have recently renovated our entire web site and hope that the changes will help you easily find what you are looking for. Our Quick Links can help you find our monthly calendar, Frequently Asked Questions, and the link to the State of New Hampshire's Human Resources Department for a State of New Hampshire job application.
There is much to explore, and the pictures on our site will help you understand the emphasis we place on Quality of Life as well as our commitment to Quality of Care. Whether you are interested in joining our community as a resident or would just enjoy visiting us, we would be happy to schedule a tour. Just call us at (603) 527-4400. If you have feedback about the web site, please share it with us so we can continue to improve.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Margaret D. LaBrecque
New Hampshire Veterans Home
139 Winter Street | Tilton, NH 03276-5415 |
(p) 603-527-4400 | (f) 603-527-4402