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Information collected:

Your Information: In the course of using the website, the agency may ask you to provide certain information, including contact information, such as your name, address, and email address; you may be asked to complete a registration form and provide personally identifiable information; you may also be asked to choose a user ID and password in order to take advantage of certain features of the website. Participation in registration is voluntary and you will have the opportunity to decide whether or not to disclose information to the website.

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Workforce Development Contact Information

Clients should contact their NH Employment Program Employment Counselor Specialist located in their local DHHS office. In Strafford County, the office is located at:

Rochester District Office & NH Employment Program
150 Wakefield Street, Suite 22
Rochester, NH 03867

(603) 332-9120; (800) 862-5300

TDD Access Relay: (800) 735-2964

Fax: (603) 335-5993

Workplace Success Testimonial

Through our Workplace Success Program, Amanda found the support and training she needed to gain employment experience and ultimately a fulfilling full-time job.
She came to the program in the fall of 2011 and thanks to the assessment testing was able to participate in a couple of different Work Experience Programs at local businesses. It took some time to not only find the right fit but an open position. "I thought I wanted to work in child care, but I quickly realized that was not for me. But this program gives you that experience and let's you try it out."
One of her workplace experiences led to an office assistant position at a local childcare center in June of 2015. "It's very satisfying. I work in the office and help the executive director with fundraising. I like it a lot."
But as Amanda says, it was more than an employment program. "These really are people who care about you," she says. "They were very supportive and helped me so much. They were there with anything I needed."