Alison Jones, Welfare Officer

93 Main Street
Sutton Mills, NH 03221

Phone: (603) 927-2400 (Selectmen's Office)

Office Hours: By Appointment Only.
Appointments are generally scheduled for Monday evenings and are conducted at the Pillsbury Memorial Hall, 93 Main Street, Sutton Mills.

In New Hampshire, persons with little or no income may be entitled to financial help from their town or city. New Hampshire law (RSA 165) requires each town and city to have a local welfare program to help people who are poor and in need of assistance.

What is Local Welfare and How Does it Work?


Application for Assistance Packet – All Forms


Form A – Application for Assistance

Form B – Release of Info DHHS

Form C – Notice of Rights

Form D – Authorization from Applicant

Form E – Authorization from Applicant

Form F – Required Verifications

Form G – Intake Form

Form G – Required Verifications

Form I – Employment Verification

Form J – Rental Verification



Trinity Bible Baptist Church, South Sutton Food Pantry

Kearsarge Lake Sunapee Community Food Pantry, First Baptist Church Main Street, New London

NHEasy – Gateway to Services

Fuel/Electric Assistance and Weatherization Program, Meals on Wheels, Women Infants and Children (WIC) and so much more: Merrimack County Community Action Program, Warner, NH

2-1-1 New Hampshire Community Resources: dial 2-1-1

ServiceLink Aging and Disability Resource Center of Merrimack County

Warner Connects – Food Pantry and Community Resources 603-456-2053

Board Members
First Name Last Name Position Term Expires
Allison Jones Overseer of Public Welfare 2025