Thank you for your interest in the New Hampshire Association of Professional Service Coordinators (NHASPC). We are a diverse community of service coordinators supporting family, elderly, and disabled residents in numerous affordable housing properties and housing agencies throughout New Hampshire.
NHASPC offers quality education and trainings to our members through quarterly meetings. Meetings also offer opportunities for networking, relationship building and brainstorming. We are proud to see memberships continue to grow year after year.
2020 was a hard year for service coordinators and housing staff alike. NHASPC never skipped a beat and continued to offer quarterly trainings/meetings virtually. As we move through 2021 NHASPC is committed to continue offering its members support, trainings, networking, and resources virtually until further notice and it is deemed safe for meetings to take place in person.
NHAPSC proudly supports The New England Resident Service Coordinators (NERSC) Annual Conference. This year's 23rd Annual NERSC Conference will be Virtual! The conference will be the same great education (13 CEU's) at it always is packed with great keynote speakers, wellness activities, networking, and fun! Click here for more information.
We hope you will consider membership with NHASPC. If you have any questions about our association or would like more information, please do not hesitate to contact me directly.
Karen Graveline, PSC
Meetings are generally held the first Wednesday of March, June, September and December. Go to Events for more information.
NHAPSC Excellence Award
Information coming soon.
Why become a member?
The New Hampshire Association of Professional Service Coordinators (NHAPSC) was established to enhance the skills of its members and to advocate for the expansion of the profession. NHAPSC offers its members a variety of educational experiences, professional workshops and networking opportunities designed to increase their knowledge and skills and to understand clients' needs and the state and local resources available to meet them.