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TCNA is a 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization. We are dependent on public support for continuing our health services to Tamworth residents. To learn how you can help, visit our Donate to TCNA page; or use the "Donate Now" button below to make a contribution through PayPal.
Mon - Thur: 9 am - 2 pm
Fri: 9 am - 11 am
Mon - Fri: 9 am - 11 am
or call 323-8511 for
visits by appointment.
Board of Directors
Mary P. Watkins
Kent Hemingway, Sr.
-  Blood Draws
-  Vital sign checks
-  Suture Removal
-  Dressing Changes
-  Medication Setup and Administration
-  Flu Clinics
-  Safety Checks
-  PT/INR Testing and Strep Throat Tests
-  Living Wills
-  Patient Advocacy
-  Medical Benefits Enrollment
-  Emotional Support
-  Shower Chairs
-  Other Medical Equipment
Educational Workshops and Programs
-  Arthritis and Joint Disease
-  History of Osteopathy
-  Benefits of Stretching
-  "Dying in America" Bill Moyers PBS series
Addressing Town Health & Welfare Issues
-  Arsenic in the drinking water
-  Triple E threats
-  Impacts of Noise Pollution
-  Emergency Planning
Tamworth Meals On Wheels Program
The Meals on Wheels Program serves Tamworth residents and works in cooperation with Ossipee Concerned Citizens. Each year, 10,000 to 15,000 meals are delivered to Tamworth residents.
Everyone is eligible to receive a meal, however there may be a fee based on income.
Meals are prepared by Ossipee Concerned Citizens and are delivered by volunteers Monday through Friday with the exception of holidays or inclement weather.
The Tamworth Meals on Wheels Program would not exist without its valuable and dedicated team of volunteer drivers. In some cases, the Meals on Wheels driver may be the only person a recipient sees in the course of a day.
The average delivery time is approximately 2 hours. Volunteers may choose to serve monthly or weekly. Each new volunteer is oriented to the route by an experienced driver. Mileage reimbursement is available.
To become a Meals on Wheels driver, please contact Dave Deveau, TCNA Administrative Assistant, 323-8511.
A driver's sole responsibility is to deliver the meal. Marketing promotional goods, proselytizing or soliciting is not allowed under any circumstances. Any information regarding Meal recipients should be considered confidential and shared only with the Meals on Wheels coordinator or the TCNA nursing staff.
If a driver encounters a situation which may indicate a problem with a Meals on Wheels recipient, that driver should contact the TCNA office immediately or call 911.