COVID-19 Resources


  • To keep traffic down in our office and protect the health and safety of our staff and their families we will be restricting access to our building to essential personnel only with most of our work being done remotely.
  • Most of our staff will be working remotely but are still available during office hours (8:30 – 4:30 PM, Monday thru Friday) by email and phone.
  • We please ask you not to visit our offices to pick anything up, that whenever possible your documents should be emailed, faxed in or placed in the drop box on the lower level of the building.
  • Should you have further questions, please contact your Service Coordinator

COVID-19 has both increased the need for food resources, and created an environment in which they are more difficult to obtain.
This map is for those in need of these resources

One Sky Community Services is receiving guidance from the State, giving us more flexibility in many of our procedures to help us get you through this health crisis as easily as possible.

Everyone at One Sky
is here for you

We will check in with you regularly and communicate through all means available to us.

One Sky Community Services will remain open and our operations will continue as normally as it can. Most personnel will be working remotely and can be reached by phone and email. Meetings will be held remotely whenever possible. There will only be essential personnel at the office during work hours.

Important to note

  • Service Coordination “On Call” will continue as usual for issues that can’t wait until the next business day. Your Service Coordinator is still your main point of contact. If you are unsure who that is, call 603-436-6111 (follow directions) or email us at [email protected]
  • Questions about your day and residential services and supports should be directed to your community service provider agency(ies).
  • All One Sky Family Education and Advocacy Groups have been cancelled through April.
  • For those who come to our office to pick up checks or deliver documentation, do not come unless it is an emergency; this is to protect your health and our staff. We will reach you through alternative methods to ensure you receive payments. You can fax documents to 603-436-4622.
  • Any questions regarding COVID-19 (novel Coronavirus) should be directed to your primary care physician or go to the resources listed below.
  • The best defense right now is to know how to avoid being exposed, what to do if someone is exposed and the steps to take if someone is ill with the virus. Some communities are trying to set external test sites, but we must urge you to please call your physician first before you do anything else.

Below is a list of websites where you can find updated information and advice, from the Federal government to the town you live in.

Federal level:
(the center for disease control)

State Level:
State Emergency declared on March 13, 2020
All NH schools closed until April 3

For general information and updates – call 211 (state hotline)

Towns in our service area have websites with information pertinent to their community:

One Sky Family Support Advisory Council:

Their Facebook page is chock full of pandemic, corona, home study, and support resources. They would love to connect with families. One Sky Family Support Advisory Council Parent Group: