Harbor Homes offers a variety of affordable housing, employment assistance, behavioral and primary health care, and supportive services to adults and families who are homeless, at risk of homelessness, or living with disabilities. As a member of the Partnership for Successful Living, clients of Harbor Homes also have access to the programs and services offered by our affiliates. These programs are supported through federal and state grants, foundation grants, and individual and corporate community support. To learn more or make a donation, visit our Donate page.
Harbor Care Health and Wellness Center
Harbor Care Health and Wellness Center – a full-service health care clinic offering primary, preventive, and enabling services to homeless and at-risk youth and adults. The direct phone line to the Harbor Care Health and Wellness Center is 603-821-7788.
To apply for housing, click here to complete a housing application and mail, scan and email, or drop it off. You may also stop by our main offices at 45 High Street, Monday – Friday, 8:30-4:30 to complete an application in person. For directions, click here.
- Emergency – 26-bed emergency shelter offering men, women, and families access to emergency housing, case management, and supportive services. To access our emergency housing, call 603-882-5451.
- Transitional – time-limited housing and supportive services programs for veterans (Veterans FIRST Program) or people living with mental illness (Safe Haven)
- Permanent Supportive – long-term, affordable housing in individual apartments and shared homes for individuals and families who are at risk of homelessness or living with significant disabilities
- Licensed Community Residences/ Group Homes – long-term communal housing for individuals living with severe and persistent mental illness who would otherwise be homeless or institutionalized
- Veteran-Specific – through our Veterans FIRST program, veterans and their families have access to transitional and permanent supportive housing that is specifically designed to meet the needs of homeless and at-risk veterans
- Low-Income/ Mainstream – low-income individuals and families can access a variety of high-quality, affordable apartments throughout NH. This program has some guidelines that have to be met in order to apply. Click here to read the Harbor Homes Mainstream Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program Applicant Housing Handbook.
- Employment Services Program – an in-house supported employment program that offers Harbor Homes’ clients the ability to earn income while learning new skills and gaining the confidence needed to obtain employment in the community
- Veterans FIRST Homeless Veteran Reintegration Program – a program designed to help homeless veterans gain and maintain employment in the community.
- Ticket to Work – a unique employment program designed to help individuals gain and maintain employment by working with a professional employment specialists that can help with resume writing, job search and development, and job retention.
- Veterans FIRST Supportive Services for Veteran Families – a statewide program designed to prevent and end veterans homelessness throughout NH.
- Greater Nashua Services in Supportive Housing – a program that provides in-home supportive services, behavioral health care, and employment assistance to formerly homeless individuals and families now living in stable housing.
- Social Club and Activities Program (SCOAP) – residents of Harbor Homes’ transitional and permanent supportive housing programs have the opportunity to go on day trips like Red Sox games and the Deerfield Fair thanks to the generosity of the community, and participate in other local, fun events throughout New England.
- Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Programs – individuals and families at immediate risk of homelessness or already homeless can gain access to short-term housing subsidies, utility payments, and other supportive services and financial assistance to help them quickly gain and maintain permanent housing.