On Friday, November 22nd the US Department of Housing and Urban Development announced the Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the Continuum of Care Program for Fiscal Years 2013 and 2014. There will be a Balance of State Continuum of Care meeting on Thursday, December 5th at 10am at the NH Department of Health and Human Services, Brown Building, 129 Pleasant Street, Concord, NH in the Brown Auditorium to discuss this NOFA renewal application All are welcome to attend, if you are planning on attending please contact Martha Young, by Wednesday at noon. She can be reached at email@example.com or (603) 271-9196.
BHHS plans for and funds homeless services through contracted agencies within New Hampshire's ten counties. BHHS advocates for the needs of homeless people and ensures effective use of resources through program and fiscal monitoring of funded programs. BHHS collaborates with other public agencies that serve homeless people, and with partner advocacy and service organizations to maximize effective use of resources.
Data & Research
To better understand the causes of homelessness and to ensure support networks are available for individual and families within their communities. Community agencies such as local police departments, town & city welfare offices, schools, hospitals, churches and other providers help BHHS in collect data based on observation and outreach to NH's homeless populations.
NH network of Homeless shelters depend on the generosity of NH citizens though their volunteer efforts. To find out more about volunteer opportunities in your community contact your local Community Action Program (CAP).
If You Would Like to Help the Homeless …
Donate to your local food bank or contact your local Community Action Agencies, the New Hampshire Coalition to End Homelessness (NHCEH), or non-profit in your area.
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