The Hinsdale Community Coalition is a group of adults and youth working together to create and maintain a healthy community for all.

Main Street (Across From The Post Office)
603-336-6135 e-mail hcccoordinator@gmail.com
Funding for our website was provided by Monadnock Voices for Prevention through a Strategic Prevention Framework grant from the Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services, NH DHHS.

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HCC Meetings
We would like to announce a new meeting schedule for HCC.  We will now be meeting on the first Wednesday of every month at 6:30 at the Millstream Community Center.   We would love to see some new faces.
HPC is now HCC
The Hinsdale Prevention Coalition has changed it name.  We are now the Hinsdale Community Coalition.  We have welcomed several new members into our group in recent weeks.  And the group has spoken.  Our new name reflects our commitment to making our  community a safer and healthier place to call "Home".

If you or a group that you belong to would like to learn how HCC can benefit you, please contact us:
by e-mail hcccoordinator@gmail.com
Quarterly Message
From HCC
Below are some important video messages from
the youths of Hinsdale courtesy of Media Power Youth.
Hinsdale finally has a
Farmers Market !!
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The Internet has drastically changed the way that
children interact with the world. They have access to in-depth knowledge, tools to express their creativity, and people from all over the world. Yet along with offering a fascinating, new way to connect with the world, the Internet also
offers new risks such as cyber bullying, exposure to inappropriate materials and online
predators to name just a few. There are some basic safety tips which you can employ no matter how your children use the Internet.  

  • Keep the computer in a high-traffic area of your home.
  • Establish limits for which online sites children may visit and for how long.
  • Remember that Internet technology can be mobile, so make sure to monitor cell phones, gaming     devices, and laptops.
  • Surf the Internet with your children and let them show you what they like to do online.
  • Know who is connecting with your children online and set rules for social networking, instant        messaging, e-mailing, online gaming, and using webcams.
  • Continually dialogue with your children about online safety.