New Hampshire

Families First of the Greater Seacoast


Member of the Council badgeTwo mobile health teams travel within a 100 square mile area, visiting shelters, soup kitchens, Salvation Armys, and isolated areas frequented by individuals who are homeless. The team consists of a medical director, nurse project coordinator, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician, substance abuse counselor, care coordinators and mental health counselor.… More →

Harbor Homes Inc.


Member of the Council badgeHarbor Care Clinic is a new access point grantee made possible through funding from the ARRA. On June 30, 2009, Harbor Care Clinic began providing primary and preventive care services to people experiencing homelessness in the greater Nashua area. Harbor Care Clinic operates primarily from one fixed location with two fully equipped exam rooms. Outreach and health education are also … More →

Health Care for the Homeless Program, City of Manchester


Member of the Council badgeHCH Manchester cares for all who are homeless in the city. Through long-standing partnerships, it extends its reach beyond Manchester, for people who are homeless throughout the state.

Program has 3 main components: 1.)Primary Care, 2.)Nursing Street Outreach;3.)Health Education. Shelter-based clinics happen daily at 2 locations: New Horizons, State’s largest shelter; and Families In Transition, multi-site, trauma center w/supportive housing … More →