While the cold weather hasn’t really hit yet, some homeless shelters around New Hampshire are reporting that they are already full as leaders seek more solutions for the issue. On […]
On October 25th, the Housing Stability Solutions Summit, a community collaboration responding to local trends in homelessness, was held at the Holiday Inn Conference Center, in downtown Concord. The intent […]
Each year, the NH Coalition to End Homelessness releases a comprehensive report on the state of homelessness in New Hampshire. These reports provide an examination on homelessness in the state, […]
The number of homeless people was already growing fast before the pandemic, and now the problem has grown larger than we know, experts say.
The number of homeless people in New Hampshire was already increasing before the pandemic, and now the problem has grown larger.
One year after the Covid-19 pandemic was declared a public health emergency by Gov. Chris Sununu, the rental market in New Hampshire has received another dose of government assistance.
Last month, 13 mayors sent Governor Chris Sununu an open letter requesting a new statewide plan to address homelessness. Sununu has since established a Council on Housing Stability to take […]
As of October, there are 6,780 applicants waiting for affordable housing through the New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority. The majority of them will wait 7-9 years for subsidized housing.