Connecting, solving problems, and building community

ROC-2-ROC is a member-led association of residents from New Hampshire’s ROCs who connect with and engage their peers by sharing knowledge and resources, problem-solving, and community-building.

The group’s goals
  • Develop meaningful and accessible engagement opportunities for ROCs, including meetings the first Thursday of every month, and provide frequent opportunities that are responsive to community needs, collaborative, and aligned with the goals of ROCs supporting ROCs.
  • Present information and provide assistance in ways that enable co-op community members to participate, build skills, network with other co-ops, problem-solve, and develop supportive relationships across NH co-ops.
  • Share our knowledge with and learn with the national ROC network.
  • Participate and lead advocacy efforts that give voice to residents and maximize the strength, stability, and sustainability of ROCs in New Hampshire.
  • Cultivate ROC Ambassadors as spokespersons for the ROC movement in New Hampshire and across the country.


Want to learn more about ROC-2-ROC?

Email ROC-NH Organizational Trainer Aron DiBacco for ways to get involved, including attending our monthly  meetings.

ROC-2-ROC members

Beech Tree Cooperative, Exeter
Black Bear Village Cooperative, Conway
Brookside Cooperative, Inc. Hill
Catamount Hill Cooperative, Allenstown
Cochecho River Cooperative, Dover
Colebrook Homeowners Cooperative, Colebrook
Crossings At Sleepy Hollow Cooperative, Newmarket
Dover Point Cooperative, Dover
Emerald Acres Cooperative, Barrington
Fisherville Cooperative 82, Concord
Fox Hill Cooperative, Franconia
Freedom Village Cooperative, Concord
Friendship Drive Cooperative, Salem
Jewel Estates Cooperative, Merrimack
Lakeside Cooperative, Enfield
Medvil Cooperative, Goffstown
Mountain View Housing Cooperative, Gilford
Running Brook Cooperative, Derry
Spruce Valley Cooperative, Danville

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