At St. Joseph Hospital, we’re committed to improving the health of all residents in greater Nashua. We follow through on this commitment by providing members of the community with the resources, education and support they need to live happier and healthier lives.
Below are our current goals and objectives — all of which were identified as top community health needs in the greater Nashua Community Health Needs Assessment: A Community Committed to Health.
Our mission is to provide care and healing for the whole person in service to all in our community. Our vision is to respect, & be caring & sensitive towards all, by honoring the dignity of each person especially the poor, vulnerable, and suffering. We bring healthcare to community neighborhoods hoping to break down barriers and create access to services.
Joseph’s Closet provides durable medical equipment free of charge to individuals in need throughout the greater Nashua community. Our trained volunteers offer a caring, gentle and confidential approach to distributing equipment. To make a donation, drop off equipment or for more information, please call (603) 579-5634.
We currently have the following guidelines in place to keep both our volunteers and visitors safe:
Joseph’s Closet is open for borrowing and donations on Tuesdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The closet is closed on all major holidays and follows the Nashua School District for weather related closures.
St. Joseph Hospital, Medical Arts Building East
166 Kinsley Street, Suite 101A
Nashua, NH 03060
T: (603) 579-5634
Please Note: We are unable to accept items that are not on this list. Donations much be in clean, safe and useable condition. All donations are subject to the discretion of the program volunteers.
DUE TO FIRE SAFETY REGULATIONS, EQUIPMENT MAY NOT BE LEFT OUTSIDE OF THE CLOSET FOR ANY REASON. THE AREA IS CONSISTENTLY MONITORED BY SECURITY.
The gift shop is run by volunteers and employees to meet the needs of our patients and their families. We are proud to be a source of comfort during uncertain times as well as to celebrate happy milestones along the way.
St. Joseph Hospital is proud to be a host site for Project SEARCH. This program provides adults with disabilities the opportunity to learn skills in a business setting that often lead to employment after graduation.
The Arts in the Atrium program helps our patients and families heal through the gift of art. This program also keeps St. Joseph Hospital connected to the greater Nashua community by offering opportunities to invite and welcome guests to the hospital for non-medical reasons.
Founded by the Grey Nuns, we continue to live their Mission by supporting the underprivileged in the greater Nashua community and partnering with local agencies to provide necessities to their clients. For location information on the Grey Nuns Thrift Shop, click here.