What type of Housing & Shelter Help do you need?
Below Market Rentals Assistance
Housing Expense Assistance
Things you should know about Housing & Shelter Help:
There are 39 state-funded shelters in New Hampshire. Types of shelters include:A number of shelters are gender specific and others are only for families.Most shelters have the ability to admit someone 24 hours a day/seven days a week. Individual shelters should be contacted regarding their admission policies and eligibility criteria. They are not always open.In most cases, those under 18 seeking shelter must be accompanied by an adult age 21 or over.No eligible person, regardless of their previous place of residence, is denied admission to a shelter if beds or rooms are available.The majority of shelters provide basic needs, i.e., adequate bedding, basic food, personal hygiene, support in becoming self-sufficient.All shelters ensure privacy and confidentiality of their guests through privacy policies. Information is shared only when a guest completes a release of information form or a police search warrant is issued.He-M 314, Rights of Persons Using Emergency Shelters, provides information regarding emergency shelters, i.e., fundamental rights, personal rights, admission, house rules, etc. Click here for more information.
- domestic violence
- specialty (homeless services for pregnant women, alcohol and drug addiction services for homeless individuals)