New Hampshire Research & Data

We are an important source of information on statewide homelessness for service providers, academics, policymakers, and citizens. The Coalition facilitates and disseminates research on key issues, advancing the development of cutting-edge solutions. NH Coalition to End Homelessness provides research and literature related to homelessness, housing and best practices for New Hampshire, including:

  • Insight on relevant research
  • Topic expertise
  • Networking opportunities with key stakeholders
  • Dissemination of findings

Issue Briefs

Understanding Racial & Ethnic Disparities in Homelessness


Understanding Homelessness
in New Hampshire


Case Studies

Release Date: September 20, 2016

Author: NH Coalition to End Homelessness

The Personal and Financial Costs of Insufficient Housing details how insufficient housing in NH creates high frequency service users.  The report, which was a joint effort by the NHCEH, the Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester, Families in Transition and New Horizons for NH, concludes with recommendations on reducing high utilizers, including implementing multi-disciplinary team of service providers, such as Community Care Teams, to manage complex cases, increasing supportive housing program, and expanding respite care options.