The NH Coalition to End Homelessness (NHCEH), a nonprofit organization with headquarters, in Manchester, NH, was founded in 1990. As homelessness increased throughout the state, individuals and organizations began working on solutions to house and serve this growing population. In response, the NHCEH organized leaders in the state to research solutions on ending homelessness, educate providers on best practices, and empower people to advocate on behalf of the homeless. Our belief is that having a home is a basic human right and is fundamental to becoming an engaged and contributing member of our community.
To eliminate the causes of homelessness through research, education, and advocacy.
Our work raises the stage on which homelessness is discussed and understood in New Hampshire.
The New Hampshire Coalition to End Homelessness leadership team is comprised of experienced and committed individuals who are dedicated to providing services that empower people to prevent and break the cycle of homelessness.
Board of Directors
The New Hampshire Coalition to End Homelessness is overseen by a knowledgeable and talented Board of Directors with diverse backgrounds and experiences.
Deputy Director, Granite State Organizing Project
Fred K. Mayer III
Attorney, Mayer Law Offices
Rev. Gayle Murphy
Minister At Large
Managing Attorney, New Hampshire Legal Assistance
Housing Stability Department Head, Tri-County Community Action Programs, Inc.
Now Hiring: NHCEH Executive Director
NHCEH’s Board of Directors has been hard at work these last few months, assessing the organization’s programs, structure, and staffing needs for the various initiatives that are core to NHCEH’s mission.
The NHCEH Board is pleased to launch the search for the organization’s next Executive Director. The job description and how to apply are available online at the NHCEH website. (This page can be accessed via the “News and Updates” section, located under the “About” tab.)
Please help us spread the word of this incredible opportunity to contribute to efforts to prevent and end homelessness in New Hampshire.