Veteran Support & Housing

Helping Veterans Regain Their Independence

Veteran Support & Housing

Helping Veterans Regain Their Independence

Veterans are our heroes. They have put so much on the line for us and our freedoms, but oftentimes these sacrifices can come at a cost to one’s mental wellness, physical health or in other challenging situations.

Liberty House provides substance-free housing and assistance around everyday needs to help you regain your independence and build a stable future. If you are a veteran who is struggling, we are a safe haven designed to get your life back on track.

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Sober Transitional Housing

Our sober transitional living program provides a safe and accountable living environment for male veterans facing homelessness or substance misuse. Through our unique 4-Step program, we walk alongside each resident and support their self-directed plan for independence, connecting our veterans to community resources to help achieve immediate goals and ensure sustainable success. Residents often come to us unsure of themselves and their futures, but leave Liberty House more confident and reinvigorated for the path ahead.

Assistance for Community Veterans

We also regularly work with struggling male and female veterans from the community, providing them with assistance such as food, clothing, transportation (gas cards, bus passes), camping gear and community referrals that can ease the financial burdens they are facing.

This Past Year


residents served through our sober transitional living program


of residents achieved a major goal in securing meaningful employment


community veterans provided with assistance around everyday needs


  • Safe, substance-free transitional housing (men only)
  • Assistance with food, clothing & other essential needs
  • Veteran resources, educational workshops and support networks


221 Orange Street
Manchester, NH 03104

Contact Liberty House

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Articles & Resources

Touch a Truck Raises $15,000 to Support Local Veterans

All proceeds from Touch a Truck benefited Liberty House, the Manchester-based veterans program of Catholic Charites NH.
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New Hampshire Veterans and PTS

We explore some of the ways PTS affects the lives of New Hampshire’s veteran residents, especially those who find themselves at Liberty House.
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Your Support in Action: Giving Back to a Struggling Veteran

One big medical bill can derail anyone, but for 80-year old veteran Bruce and his wife, the fear of losing everything was very real. What he did next, however, changed his outlook completely.
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