Frequently Asked Questions about The Gibson Center

This is probably the question we get the most. The answer is that no one lives in our North Conway offices; at least no one of whom we’re aware. What little space we don’t use is rented to other non-profit organizations. We also rent the northwest corner of our property to the Mt. Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce for their information booth. We DO provide housing at Silver Lake Landing in Madison.

The answer is simple: nothing. The government funding we receive requires that we do not charge. HOWEVER, that funding does NOT come close to covering our costs. Therefore we suggest a donation of $3 a meal and $5 a trip on the bus.

That is perfectly okay. A “suggested donation” is a voluntary donation and we make sure that the donation process for meals and bus service is anonymous.

“Eligible” generally means you are 60 or better, a spouse/caregiver, or disabled (for some programs). If you have any question, please call the Nutrition Office.

No, for 99% of our programs. We do provide Title XX Meals for people in need that meet income guidelines, but that is only a tiny part of the meals we serve. Please call the Nutrition Office with questions.

No. We are not licensed, nor do we have the staff to offer such a service.

  • Here are some Carroll County options:
    • Mount Washington Valley Adult Day Center 603-356-4980
    • adult respite care is available in Wolfeboro, NH
    • or by private arrangement with individuals.

Absolutely. The Nutrition Office will take all the necessary information.

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Our Mission: The Gibson Center for Senior Services provides the Mt. Washington Valley with programs and services that enrich the lives of seniors and foster connection, joy and purpose. Make a donation to support us to achieve our mission and goals.

Our Vision: The Gibson Center for Senior Services will be the preeminent organization in the Mt. Washington Valley for activities, services, resources, and advocacy dedicated to aging in place with dignity, respect and value.

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