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The Division of Economic & Housing Stability (DEHS) works to promote a holistic, multi-generational and integrated approach for individuals, children, and families who may be in need of an array of supports and services, such as child care, housing, food, economic and employment assistance.

 

Housing Assistance and Shelter information

  • Housing Supports
    Housing assistance services and shelter information.
  • 211 NH
    Connects residents, at no cost, with trained Information and Referral Specialists who can provide them with the health and human service information they need to get help, give help or discover options.
  • NH Housing Finance Authority
    Apply for Section 8 (federal) Housing and Rental Assistance.
  • NH Legal Assistance
    Housing-related legal information and referrals.
  • Housing Relief Program
    COVID-related eviction-prevention resource (valid through December 30th).
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Food Assistance and Nutrition

Healthcare Access / Healthcare Coverage

Money / Income / Employment Supports

Family Assistance

  • Family Assistance
    Get information about Medicaid, Food Stamps and Cash Benefits.
  • NH Easy
    Apply for cash, medical, SNAP (Food Assistance), child care, medicare beneficiary, and long-term care assistance.

Child Support

  • Child Support Services
    Establishment, enforcement and modification of legal support orders, and collection of support.
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Parents/Caregivers

Child Support

Family Assistance

  • Family Assistance
    Get information about Medicaid, Food Stamps and Cash Benefits.
  • NH Easy
    Apply for cash, medical, SNAP (Food Assistance), child care, medicare beneficiary, and long-term care assistance.

Child Care

  • Child Care Aware of New Hampshire
    Resource for referrals, technical assistance and professional development for the diverse needs of families, early childhood providers and community partners, is to improve the quality and accessibility of child care.
  • NH Child Care Licensing and Childcare Aware, Childcare Licensing
    Ensuring that children attending NH child care programs are in safe and healthy environments and are provided with care, supervision and developmentally appropriate activities that meet each child's physical and emotional needs.
  • NH Easy
    Apply for cash, medical, SNAP (Food Assistance), child care, medicare beneficiary, and long-term care assistance.
  • Head Start
    Helps eligible young children between the ages of 3 and 5 grow up ready to succeed in school and in life. Programs work to meet high standards for delivering quality services to children and their families.

Education/Remote Learning

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Helpful Supports and Resources

Aging and Disability

Resources

  • Service Link
    Aging and Disability Resource Center
  • NH Care Path
    Caregiver resources and services for aging, disability and independent living.
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