There are many avenues for NHRS retirees to stay connected and engaged.
AARP New Hampshire has information and events for NH residents age 50 and older.
In addition to Medicare resources, ServiceLink – through contracts with local agencies around the state – helps individuals access and make connections to long-term services and support, access family caregiver information and support, explore options and understand and access Medicaid.
Public employee retirement organizations are a way for retirees to stay informed about retirement issues and keep connected with former colleagues:
There are a number of higher education programs in New Hampshire for senior citizens to take advantage of:
Here are links to several pages that provide resources and activities to help enrich the general well- being and quality of life for senior citizens:
NHRS retirees who want to continue to work in some capacity after they begin collecting their retirement benefit should review these links:
Finally, don’t forget to follow NHRS on social media where we post timely retirement-related articles to our Facebook and Twitter pages, along with articles dealing with financial literacy and protecting yourself against scams.
Disclaimer: This page is intended as an informational tool only. Links to third-party sites are provided as a service for our members and retirees. The links provided are not maintained by NHRS or affiliated with any services provided by the retirement system. We make no endorsement, express or implied, of the content or activities of any linked sites. Questions should be directed to the administrator(s) of each specific site.