If you or your family are homeless at or risk of becoming homeless, there is help. To learn more about how Families in Transition can help, click here.

For immediate assistance, please browse the resources listed below.

Can’t find something? Dial 211 or visit for New Hampshire general information.

For general information and resources regarding homelessness or social services, visit the New Hampshire Coalition to End Homelessness website.

*Please note: All area codes are 603 unless listed otherwise


Police/Fire/Ambulance: 911

City Resources – Manchester

PoliceNon-Emergency Manchester Police: 668-8711
WelfareManchester City Welfare: 624-6484
TransportationManchester Transportation Association (MTA): 623-8801

City Resources – Concord

PoliceNon-Emergency Concord Police: 225-8600
WelfareConcord Human Services (City Welfare): 225-8575
TransportationConcord Transportation Authority: 225-1989


Ask-A-Nurse: 626-2626
Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester: 668-4111
Riverbend Mental Health (Concord): 228-1551

Hospitals – Manchester

Catholic Medical Center: 668-3545
Elliot Hospital: 669-5300

Hospitals – Concord

Concord Hospital: 1-800-327-0464

Substance Use

National Drug Information Treatment & Referral Hotline: 1-800-662-4357
Drug Free New Hampshire
The Granite State Area of Narcotics Anonymous: 645-4777
New Hampshire Area Assembly of Alcoholics Anonymous: 1-800-593-3330
The Farnum Center Substance Abuse Services: 622-3020
Families in Transition Recovery Center and Intensive Outpatient Program: 935-7900, x 1711


Serenity Place: 625-6980
Keystone Hall (Nashua): 881-4848
Headrest Detox: 448-4400

Domestic Violence

New Hampshire Coalition against Domestic and Sexual Violence: 1-866-644-3574
Manchester YWCA Women’s Crisis Line: 668-2299


Suicide Prevention: 1-800-273-TALK
New Hampshire Division for Children, Youth & Families: 271-4440

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