Resources and Assistance
This page offers information about community resources, opportunities to offer help or request assistance. It is continually updated. Check back often.
Plymouth Health Officer Update
Speare Hospital Update
Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray
PSU Ice Arena at the Ready
Protecting Yourself and Your Family
This virus is spread through sustained contact with others. Through out the world this is transmitted through family and friends. Follow these guidelines. These tips are from Dr. David Price of Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York City. https://vimeo.com/399733860
Wash your hands. After shopping, after you get your mail... all the time! Use wipes before touching shopping carts or anything outside your home.
Don't touch your face. Wear a mask when you're out to prevent your face from being touched.
Stay away from people. Shrink your social circle. Contact should be only family that live with you.
If you show symptoms. isolate yourself from your family. If you're able, keep yourself in a separate room. Wear a mask and wash hands before interacting with other members in your household.
Groceries and Delivery
Hannaford - Special hours for 60+ customers are 6 a.m. to 7 a.m., Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of each week.
Grocery or meal delivery - Our Fellowship Volunteers are ready to help. Click on the links at the top of this page and someone will contact you. You can also arrange grocery delivery through the Plymouth Police Department at 603-536-1804.
Speare Memorial Hospital, has established an automated hotline for information or questions. 603-238-6464.
Midstate Health is seeing patients in both the Plymouth and Bristol office and offering telemedicine services. https://www.midstatehealth.org/
Where to Get Assistance
Plymouth Area Mutual Aid Spreadsheet - lists many great resources in our area. Anyone is able to add to it. Entries are designated as a "Need" or "Offer."
Quick Reference Hot Line - dial 211 with questions.
About Local Businesses
https://www.heartof603.com/ - an at-a-glance listing of which businesses are open, closed, or have modified products or services. Central NH Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Main St. Plymouth—Shop Local has developed this site as a public service for our heart of 603 community to aid communication during the COVID-19 epidemic.