We can connect you with resources to help
ACHS is committed to getting the “whole” you healthy – and keeping you that way! We’ll work with you to remove the barriers that are standing in your way to your best self. That means helping you find the resources to assist you in achieving your healthcare goals. From financial issues to transportation concerns and legal aid, to community resources and information on specific health care issues we can help!
Scroll down to find helpful resources and assistance related to:
- Community & Social Services
- Health Care Related & Sources for Seniors
- Substance Use Disorder (SUD)
- Nutrition, Fitness & Healthy Lifestyle
- Community Health Center Advocacy
- ACHS Information for a Healthy Life
The resources listed below are intended to better educate and inform you, they are not intended to replace the advice of your healthcare provider.
For more information, please reach out to our Patient Navigators at 603.444.8104.
Community & Social Services Resources
Health Care Related Resources
The National Institutes of Health
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Family Doctor Website
The Mayo Clinic
The American Heart Association
National Institute of Diabetes, Digestive & Kidney Disease
PRIMED Patient Education Center
The National Institutes of Health’s National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine
Immunization Action Coalition
National Institute on Aging
Medicare State Eligibility
Seniors Staying Safe at Home
Calculators for Seniors
Making the World Safer for Seniors – an injury prevention guide
Substance Use Disorder (SUD)
Nutrition, Fitness & Healthy Lifestyle Related Resources
Community Health Center Advocacy Resources
Bi-State Primary Care Association
Ammonoosuc Community Health Services is a member organization of Bi-State Primary Care Association.
National Association of Community Health Centers
The Campaign for America’s Health Centers
ACHS Information for a Healthy Life
Ammonoosuc Community Health Services created its own guides based on the needs of its patients. See the Downloadable Materials below for your own copy of these guides.