LOH’s support for the Upper Valley extends beyond our stage as we redefine community engagement to embrace a broader audience. Our initiatives range from destigmatizing mental health and addiction to providing resources for individuals seeking stronger community connections. Our aim is to collaborate with local social-profit organizations*, which share an equitable mission for Upper Valley residents through prevention education, community best practices and grant opportunities. Please fill out this contact form for more information.
“It has been wonderful connecting with LOH to address mental health care and substance misuse needs within our community. I am ecstatic to continue partnering on events that intersect the arts and public health.” -Hanna Brooks, ALL Together
Last summer, we partnered with a core group of these social-profit organizations and welcomed their presence at Nexus, our three day FREE music and arts festival. These invaluable collaborators contributed their expertise and resources, benefitting patrons, performers, staff, and board members. Learn more about Nexus, click HERE
*We define social-profit as an organization whose work is done well for the good of those they help and the community as a whole (based on the Social Profit Handbook by David Grant).
ALL Together is a community resource for prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery of substance misuse and suicide. We envision an Upper Valley region that sustains healthy, safe and resilient youth, families and communities.
Learn more about All Together, click HERE
“Headrest supports individuals and their families, friends and neighbors affected by substance use, navigating recovery, or in crisis, by providing effective programs and treatment options that support prevention and long-term recovery. Headrest will never turn anyone away.
Learn more about Headrest, click HERE
HIV/HCV Resource Center
The mission of HIV/HCV Resource Center is to provide direct services that empower and support people affected by HIV, Hepatitis C and substance use to live fully and with dignity. We work to improve health through harm reduction, education and advocacy. We strive to be a catalyst for positive change within our communities.
Learn more about the HIV/HCV Resource Center, click HERE
Public Health Council of the Upper Valley
To improve the health of Upper Valley residents through shared public health initiatives and services within a network of community stakeholders.
Learn more about the Public Health Council of the Upper Valley, click HERE
Spark Community Center
Spark! Community Center’s mission is to provide a welcoming place where the lives of all people of differing abilities are enriched through a sense of community. Our vision is to be a vibrant center that embraces a diverse integrated community where all participants are inspired to realize their fullest personal potential.
Learn more about Spark Community Center, click HERE
Special Needs Support Center
We are a group of individuals and families throughout the Upper Valley and beyond who proudly work together to create a community where people with special needs, across the spectrum and throughout the life span, can live their best lives.
Learn more about Special Needs Support Center, click HERE
Visions for Creative Housing Solutions
The mission of Visions for Creative Housing Solutions is to provide residential options, services and support designed to meet the needs of adults with developmental disabilities and similar disabling conditions. We are dedicated to fostering growth and independence through vocational, social, and recreational opportunities.
Learn more about Visions for Creative Housing Solutions, click HERE
WISE leads the Upper Valley to end gender-based violence through survivor-centered advocacy, prevention, education and mobilization for social change.
Learn more about WISE, click HERE
Social-Profit Organization’s Contact Form
Lebanon Opera House (LOH) aims to collaborate with local social-profit organizations*, which share an equitable mission for Upper Valley residents through prevention education, community best practices and grant opportunities. Please fill out this contact form for more information.
*We define social-profit as an organization whose work is done well for the good of those they help and the community as a whole. (Based on the Social Profit Handbook by David Grant)