Kuster Announces $40,000 in USDA Rural Development Grants to Support Seniors in Grafton County

Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) today announced $40,000 in grant funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Development program to the Grafton County Senior Citizens Council. The grant will support the Council’s work to provide services for senior citizens around the Upper Valley. The Council received a $12,400 Economic Impact Initiative Grant and a $27,600 Community Facility Grant, which will both be used to build an activities room at the Horse Meadow Senior Center in Haverhill that will allow the facility to fully serve seniors in the area

Kuster Announces USDA Rural Development Grants for Projects in Bethlehem and Stratford

Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) today announced two grants from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Development program that will support projects in two New Hampshire communities. The Bethlehem School District has received a $30,000 grant that will be used to replace an oil-fired hot water boiler heating system at Bethlehem Elementary School with wood pellet boilers, and the town of Stratford has received a $15,000 grant to improve its town garage, which houses all town vehicles

Kuster Discusses Efforts to Increase Mental Health Services for Veterans and Prevent Veteran Homelessness...

This morning, Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) hosted a roundtable discussion with local veterans as well as mental health and housing advocates. During the discussion, Kuster heard from event participants about ways that Congress can ensure Granite State veterans have access to the services and benefits they deserve, and she highlighted legislation she recently helped pass into law to expand mental health services at the VA


New Hampshire Housing Graduates Second Class of Homeownership Fellows

New Hampshire Housing graduated its second class of Homeownership Fellows recently. This year-long program accepts applications from emerging leaders in the mortgage origination field and is broken down into six educational development sessions. Sessions include learning about New Hampshire Housing’s entire range of programs, meeting with successful mortgage professionals, spending time at the New Hampshire Legislature, and visiting with other top state and national officials



The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced today that it is charging a group of New Hampshire landlords with housing discrimination for denying families with children the opportunity to rent certain apartments