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You may be eligible for unemployment relief, even if you are self-employed. Find out if you are eligible for benefits online.
If you are looking for employment opportunities, search at NH Job Match System.
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If you are behind in rent, mortgage, or utility payments related to issues around COVID-19, help is available. If you live in Hillsborough County, we encourage you to contact local organizations for assistance. It is important that you are communicating with your landlord and are seeking assistance to pay any rent due in order to avoid eviction.
The CDC eviction moratorium has been extended through March 31, 2021. However, this does not mean as a tenant you do not have to pay your rent. For more information on this process, please access the following link which connects to the CDC Eviction Moratorium page. There is also a link on the CDC page to the tenant declaration form.
For general assistance with rent, mortgage, or utilities, you may contact your local municipal Welfare Office and/or Town Hall of the city or town you reside in. Contact information for the Greater Nashua Region is noted below.
Additional resource agencies providing assistance at this time include:
In order to be eligible for unemployment benefits, you are required to file a continued claim each week certifying the reason(s) you were unable or unavailable to work for the prior week. Here are the updated questions, required by the Federal CARES Act, that you will see when filing your weekly claim.
If you are able to self-certify as to being unable or unavailable to work because one of the circumstances in the above document related to COVID-19, then you are eligible for unemployment benefits under the Federal CARES Act. For more information, visit NH Employment Security or call the unemployment assistance hotline at 603-271-7700.
If you do not have access to a computer and need to complete an application online, call the local office of employment security in Nashua at 603-882-5177.
As of March 19th, the NH Department of Health and Human Services’ (DHHS) Bureau of Family Assistance District Office buildings will be closed for client-facing activities until further notice. People in need of assistance may apply for benefits online at www.nheasy.nh.gov and will be scheduled for a phone interview in order to complete their benefits application.