Life Skills

At FIT, we recognize that helping an individual or family maintain housing stability often takes more than simply providing a home. The supportive services we provide focus on the strengths of each and every participant and their family while providing vital opportunities to build the skills necessary for self-sufficiency and stability.

Life skills are crucial tools that enable participants to achieve personal growth, learn positive behaviors, and gain independence. By developing these skills as part of a larger goal of self-awareness and understanding, individuals are able break the cycle of homelessness.

To facilitate the development of life skills, participants are offered programming in the following areas:

If you are homeless and in need of emergency shelter or housing, contact the Manchester Homeless Assistance Line at 1-877-606-5173.

If you already have an appointment scheduled with the Intake Coordinator at Families in Transition, make sure that you have proper documentation (see required paperwork here) and contact the Intake Coordinator at [email protected] or 603-641-9441 ext. 257 with further questions.

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