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 – New Horizons, 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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