Riverbend Community Mental Health Employee Benefit
We all want low Auto & Home Insurance rates with an effortless payment plan. Your employer can help. Riverbend Community Mental Health provides you with a convenient employee benefit that allows you to buy your Auto & Home insurance with a group discount and effortless payroll deduction payment plan. Best of all, there’s no down payment and no extra billing fees. Your premium is spread evenly over each paycheck. It’s that easy.
Please call us at (603) 625-5400 for a no-obligation quote showing how low your payroll deductions can be and we’ll send you a $5 Dunkin Donuts gift card for your time.
Get an immediate no-obligation rate comparison by using the secure quoting tool below.
Remember, the information you provide us is confidential and will not be shared with your employer or others.
Not shopping but need advice? Our agents are available to answer any employee’s personal insurance questions.
Proudly serving the employees of Riverbend Community Mental Health since 1991
Benefits Plus Program Highlights
- An independent agent provides you with a choice of several insurance companies.
- An independent agent works for you, not an insurance company.
- An independent agent lives and works in your community. Ready to help you out when you have a question or claim.
- Local Face-to-Face service with a dedicated Agent who takes the time to know you and your family’s insurance needs.
Put our experience to work for you!
Ronald Corriveau CPCU, AAI
Ron began his insurance career in 1981 as an agent for MetLife in their Manchester office. In 1983 he was hired as Insurance Manager for the New Hampshire division of the American Automobile Association. During that time he earned the Accredited Adviser Insurance (AAI) designation and began studing for the Chartered Property & Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) designation.
In 1988, Ron joined the William Parker Insurance Agency in Manchester as their personal lines manager. When the agency was sold in 1990, Ron became a partner and Vice President of a new Independent Insurance Agency established by Arthur "Chip" Card called New England Risk Management. In 2001, Ron acquired 100% ownership in New England Risk and continues to serve as President.
Ann began her insurance career in 1988 as an assistant to Gary Wallace, a local life insurance agent and financial adviser. In 1996, after a few years off to be a full time Mom, Ann obtained her NH Insurance producer license and joined New England Risk Management as a Customer Service Representative.
Being very knowledgeable and friendly, Ann strives to meet all of our customers insurance needs, giving them the peace of mind that they made the right decision doing business with New England Risk Management.
In addition to her office management responsibilities, Ann is also our social media liaison.
Customer Service Manager
Lynn started her insurance career in 1994 with North American Specialty Insurance Company in Manchester, NH and quickly worked her way to Underwriter Assistant position. In 1998, Lynn obtained her New Hampshire producers license and was hired by a local Independent Insurance Agency as a Customer Service Representative,
In 2000, we recruited Lynn to our team as Manager of Customer Service! Since then, our customers have benefited from Lynn's knowledge, experience and great personality.
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