How We Help

No Matter What, We Are Here to Help

Catholic Charities New Hampshire helps individuals and families – of all ages, beliefs and backgrounds, and at any stage of their struggle – build more stable lives and paths toward self-sufficiency through a range of comprehensive services. We stay connected and responsive to the evolving needs of New Hampshire residents, aligning our programs to address current human services issues.

Most of our services are accessible to individuals in any town or city, virtually or by phone. For any questions or to request assistance, please call 603-669-3030 or contact us here.

Creating Pathways Out of Poverty

Community Services provides compassionate guidance and support that address urgent needs, while helping shift the fundamental dynamics of individuals’ lives to create pathways out of poverty that can lead to long-term success.

Building Emotional Resiliency

Our Mental Health Counseling Services provides flexible mental health counseling – either in-person or virtually – to help individuals gain the skills necessary to better cope with life’s difficult situations and improve their overall quality of life. We focus on mental wellness and getting individuals back to a place of peace, safety and security.

Helping Homeless & At-Risk Veterans

Liberty House provides substance-free housing and assistance around everyday needs to help homeless and struggling veterans get back on their feet and regain their independence.

Helping Homeless Mothers & Children Become Self-Sufficient

New Generation is a shelter and transitional housing facility for pregnant and single mothers, and their children, who experience homelessness due to domestic violence, substance use and other challenges. We provide a variety of support programs to help them get back on their feet and build self-sufficient futures with stable housing and jobs.

Creating Safe Environments for Children

The Our Place program provides families with pregnancy, parenting and life skills to ensure their children have the best chance possible to grow up in a healthy, safe environment.

Helping Seniors Live Fulfilling Lives

CareGivers provides homebound and isolated seniors in Greater Manchester and Nashua with food delivery, transportation and emotional support so they can continue to live independently in their own homes and know that they are not alone.

Monadnock at Home enriches the lives of seniors in the Monadnock Region through expanded social opportunities and access to a trusted network of service providers, enabling them to thrive in their homes and communities.

Healthcare Services delivers compassionate and person-centered care for seniors across the state. Our senior living communities offer short-term and long-term care services, as well as assisted living, independent living and memory care.

Guiding Individuals & Families to Citizenship

Immigration Legal Services provides high-quality legal services and advocacy for individuals who are eligible under federal law to apply for immigration benefits, helping them achieve their goal of being proud and productive United States citizens.

Special Education for Children

St. Charles School provides academic, social, emotional and behavioral services for students who display severe behaviors in the typical classroom setting. We help children feel safe, begin to learn, and to understand their own behaviors and to make choices to change.

Creating, Unifying & Supporting Families

Adoption & Maternity Services connects all sides of the adoption process by providing placement, home studies and reunification services to help strengthen families and communities across New Hampshire.

Feeding the Hungry

The New Hampshire Food Bank distributes food to more than 400 partner agencies across NH and addresses the root causes of hunger through mobile food pantries, culinary training programs, a Cooking Matters® nutrition program and more.

For any questions or to request assistance, please contact 603-669-3030 or contact us here.

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