Gateways Community Services
Gateways Community Services’ primary role is to support individuals with all types of disabilities and their families. Moving forward, Gateways is committed to addressing our goals effectively and efficiently. We engage in community partnerships to create a seamless treatment and support system. This also helps to coordinate the delivery of innovative services that enhance the integration of medical, behavioral and long-term support, resulting in better healthcare, improved outcomes and lower costs. Gateways believes in “nothing about us without us.” Through education and training we will reinvigorate the Greater Nashua education and advocacy network of family mentors for each town we serve to advocate regionally, statewide and federally. This will empower the individuals we support to exercise choice and voice. We continually fine-tune our essential services, offering a wider range of options while making them even more user friendly. Here at Gateways Community Services, we live our mission every day, truly believing that individuals of all abilities will live the life they choose.
Providing our clients with services that promote independence remains a top priority for Gateways. We will continue our fundraising efforts in 2022 with our annual Fall Fundraising Event as well as small donor-centric events.
Donations provide us with essential support. Online donations can be made at gatewayscs.org/donate. Checks can be made payable to Gateways Community Services and mailed to 144 Canal Street, Nashua, NH 03064.
Volunteers in our organization are an important piece of the woven fabric that makes Gateways Community Services a family. If interested in volunteering, please connect with the staff development coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you. Opportunities available: clerical and office support, special bulk mailings, completing consumer surveys, fundraising events, meal preparation and facilitating activities in the Adult Day Service Program, and maintenance projects. Volunteer eligibility requirements: Must be 18 years of age or older, complete and pass a criminal background check, and complete and pass a TB test.
Board Officers / Board Members
Edgar R Carter
Amy Wheeler Teas