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We are Southern New Hampshire Services

As the Community Action Partnership serving Southern New Hampshire and beyond, we help our neighbors conquer obstacles on their path to economic independence. Whether it's child care, nutrition, education, workforce, housing or senior living needs, we offer services to help our community members achieve their goals and provide for their families.

Our Community Impact in 2021

Summer meals served
Families saved from eviction
Households provided energy assistance

Latest News

May 2022 Newsletter

May is Community Action Month!
Join us in celebrating the legacy and ongoing impact of the Community Action Network.  Community Action changes people’s lives, embodies the spirit of hope, improves communities, and makes America a better place to live. We care about the entire community, and we are dedicated to helping people help themselves and each other.

"I have worked for SNHS for over 20 years. It has been a pleasure working with our elderly housing residents and contributing to the mission of the housing program. I take special pride in keeping our 3 housing sites in Rochester clean. This took on a special meaning to me during Covid- knowing I was helping keep people safe."

 - Cindy Phillips (Housing)

Calling West Side Residents!

A new community center is being planned for Manchester’s West Side and we want to hear from YOU about what you think is needed for your community. Here's how you can participate...scan the QR Code and fill out this anonymous survey. It is translated into 10 different languages.

April 2022 Newsletter

Program Spotlight: Senior Housing
Supportive housing for the elderly
As one of New Hampshire’s leading providers of housing to income eligible seniors, we are pleased to offer quality, affordable housing for the elderly throughout the state. We offer 910 apartments in 25 different elderly housing sites through funding provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Section 202 Supportive Housing Program. We have an additional four tax credit housing sites with funding from the New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority and Nashua Housing and Redevelopment Authority. Residents in these apartments pay 30% of their adjusted income for rent with the balance subsidized under HUD’s Section 8 Rental Assistance Program with heat and utilities included in the rent.