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HUD New Hampshire

Provides information regarding homebuying and foreclosure avoidance

New Hampshire Housing

(603) 472-8623

Provides financial assistance and refinancing

Home Help New Hampshire

Provides foreclosure avoidance counseling and assistance

Women’s Rural Entrapreneural Network (WREN)


Entrepreneurial classes and events, in-depth business development programs,classes and workshops to give technical assistance in navigating both cyberspace and real life business challenges,one-on-one tutorial program, career planning and skills assessment program, networking events, business directory

The Front Door


Job training for single mothers; housing assistance and other support services available during training

The Front Door: Your Path to Self-Sufficiency


The Front Door Agency serves the greater Nashua community through its core programs: prevention and intervention of homelessness, permanent affordable housing, transitional housing program, crisis advocacy and resources, education, and financial literacy.

Food Stamp Program

(800) 852-3345

The Food Stamp Program is about good nutrition and health. It provides eligible individuals and households with benefits to buy food items at grocery stores, and other participating food retailers.

Financial Assistance to Needy Families

(603) 271-9700

The Financial Assistance to Needy Families Program (FANF) provides cash assistance to families with dependent children.

Tri-County Community Action Program, Inc.

(603) 752-7001

Tri-County CAP is dedicated to improving the lives and well-being of New Hampshire's people and communities. We provide opportunities and support for people to learn and grow in self-sufficiency, and to get involved in helping their neighbors and improving the conditions in their communities.

Southern New Hampshire Services, Inc.


The Mission of SNHS is to provide activities designed to assist low-income participants, including the elderly poor, to secure and retain meaningful employment, attain an adequate education, and make better use of available income; to ameliorate the causes of poverty within the community; to meet urgent and immediate individual and family needs, including health, nutrition, housing and employment-related assistance; and to address the problems and barriers which block the achievement of self-sufficiency.

Manchester Housing and Redevelopment Authority

(603) 624-2100

Provides affordable housing to Manchester residents

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