Supportive Housing for Homeless
There is no one reason why a person becomes 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, located in Nashua, NH, consists of forty rehabilitated Section 8 rent-assisted apartments for homeless women. The Nashua Housing Authority has contracted with SNHS to administer the rents for this program.
- Robinson House, located in Manchester, NH, consists of twenty-four rehabilitated Section 8 rent-assisted apartments for homeless males who have successfully completed substance abuse treatment programs.