Supportive Housing for Homeless
There are many reasons why people can become homeless. Contributing factors may include substance abuse, mental illness, domestic violence, extreme poverty or a combination of those causative factors. SNHS’ Supportive Housing Program provides previously homeless individuals with a stable living environment, needed supportive services, and assistance in becoming increasingly productive members of the community.
Mary’s House is a non-treatment facility designed to provide subsidized single-room occupancy apartments for homeless women without children who are in need of a safe and supportive living environment. It consists of 40 rehabilitated Section 8 rent-assisted apartments. Rents are subsidized by HUD and administered by the Nashua Housing Authority (NHA). Women interested in living at Mary’s House must qualify through an application process.
AGES: 18 and over/females only
INCOME GUIDELINES: Same as HUD income guidelines
PROGRAM COST: Rent charged is up to 30% of resident’s monthly income
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Must be homeless
Contact Mary’s House for more information
Address: 123 W Pearl St, Nashua, NH 03060
Phone: (603) 886-3562