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Keeping New Hampshire Connected and Safe

When we’re isolated, we can be vulnerable. New Hampshire, there is no better time than right now to stay connected. This website is an initiative of the New Hampshire Financial Abuse Specialty Team (FAST) to keep NH protected, by staying connected to trusted resources.”

More than 3 million older Americans are victims of financial abuse every single year. They are scammed of their savings, their identities, and sometimes even robbed by their own family members. Do you, or a loved one, often receive emails, texts, letters, or annoying phone calls? This website was developed by New Hampshire FAST to serve as a trusted and reliable source of information for residents of the state of New Hampshire and their loved ones. 

New Hampshire FAST is a multi-disciplinary group of professionals including the New Hampshire Bureau of Elderly and Adult Services, the U.S. and New Hampshire Departments of Justice, the Alzheimer’s Association, New Hampshire Legal Assistance, various financial institutions and others dedicated to preventing financial exploitation in the Granite State.

The mission at FAST is to increase public awareness of financial exploitation with the goal of mitigating risk of exploitation and protecting our state’s vulnerable populations.

If you have any questions or would like more information of services available to elderly and vulnerable adults in the State of NH, please complete the form below and a member of our staff will get back to you.


Take comfort in the knowledge that you and your loved one will be well-informed and prepared to identify an online scam when you see one. This website contains useful articles and information to protect you and your loved ones from falling victim to identity fraud or any other scam designed to separate you from your money.

In addition to the plethora of news articles and professional opinion, many of our credit union members are committed to making their services more accessible to those who may need them. Our resources page is filled with several organizations whose primary goal is to protect vulnerable adults from abuse, neglect, exploitation, or self-neglect.

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