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NH 2-1-1. Get connected. Get answers.

If you are experiencing a housing crisis, call NH 2-1-1, or contact your local city or town welfare office. To find your local office, go to the NH Municipal Association web site and choose “Municipal Directory” from the Resource menu. Contact your town or city welfare for information on Legal aid.

Behind on your rent or mortgage payments? See the flyer from the Community Action Partnership of New Hampshire Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol


COVID-19 Data

The Division of Economic & Housing Stability (DEHS) is tracking data for trends related to COVID-19 in an effort to learn how the pandemic is impacting the economic condition of the individuals and families we serve. This is an evolving document that will be updated the 2nd and 4th week of each month. DEHS will be adding to what is presented, as we expand the information we collect related to COVID-19.

April 27, 2020New Hampshire’s Emergency Housing Collaborative Update and Plan Status Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol
Supporting New Hampshire’s Individuals Experiencing Homelessness during the COVID-19 Pandemic.


September 18, 2019

Please see the NH-500 FINAL DRAFT Continuum of Care Application Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol and NH-500 FINAL DRAFT Priority Listing Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol for the FY 19 Continuum of Care Program competition.

Please sent any comments or feedback to Melissa Hatfield (melissa.hatfield@dhhs.nh.gov) and Kristi Schott (Kristiane.schott@dhhs.nh.gov) by Friday, September 20, 2019 at 4pm.


July 31, 2019
FY 2019 Continuum of Care Program NOFA

The NH-500 Balance of State Continuum of Care (BoSCoC) is seeking new and renewal project applications for the FY19 Continuum of Care Program competition.

Funds available from the BoSCoC are as follows:

  • Bonus funds are approximately $204,065 and
  • Reallocation funds are approximately $129,535, and have been allocated to a transition grant.
  • Domestic Violence Bonus funds are approximately $251,355 this year.

When developing new project please note that you may request a project that utilizes both reallocation funds and regular bonus funds in one project. This is a change from previous CoC Program competitions. Note: DV bonus funds must still be separate applications.

As a reminder attached you will find the following documents for NH-500 BOSCOC competition:

The BoSCoC encourages all eligible applicants to submit an application, even if your agency has not applied or received funds in the past. Please pass along this funding opportunity to your mailing lists and other eligible applicants.

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