Community Bridges

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I find out if I am eligible for service from your agency?

Community Bridges conducts service eligibility evaluations for anyone living in the central New Hampshire area. There are two people who coordinate this – one will be assigned to you based upon the type of service being considered and age of the recipient. Call our main number at 1-800-499-4153 to request an eligibility determination. After answering a few simple questions, you’ll be connected to the right person.

Do you have to be within a certain income range to receive help from Community Bridges?

Services from Community Bridges can be paid for privately but most is paid for through the Medicaid eligibility of the recipient. Call 1-800-499-4153 and ask to speak with an Intake Coordinator to find out how your situation may create funding opportunities.

Do you have any job openings?

We are a large organization and usually always have job opportunities to offer. Call 1-800-499-4153 to contact a recruiter in our Human Resources department to find out more. You can also check current job listings here on our website.

I would like to interview someone at the agency for background on Community Bridges. Who should I contact?

Please contact Richard Royse, Executive Director, by email or by calling our main number at 1-800-499-4153.

I would like to report something that involves Community Bridges to have it corrected or investigated. How do I do that?

If someone wants to file a complaint they can call the Office of Client and Legal Services at 1-855-450-3593. A complaint can also be made to your Service Coordinator or the Quality Assurance Department at Community Bridges.

The Community Bridges staff can assist you in documenting your complaint and will send it the Office of Client and Legal Services. OCLS will return a call to you with an assigned complaint investigator.

How do I find out about the whole Health & Human Services system in New Hampshire?

The Department of Health & Human Services has a very helpful website. Please visit the following website to find answers to your questions: http://www.dhhs.nh.gov

Community Bridges is a non-profit agency serving the communities of central New Hampshire. Disability is a natural part of the human experience and may occur as a result of developmental impairments, injury, or aging. We advance the integration, growth, and interdependence of people with disabilities in their home communities in ways that promote their ability to have positive control over the lives they have chosen for themselves.