Liberty House Veterans Transitional Living offers Veteran residents housing for between 90-days to 1-year. During their time at the home, they follow a 4-step model, which is: Recovery, Health and Wellness, Employment and Housing. Liberty House walks along with each resident and works to collaboratively create individual goals. They then connect each Veteran to community resources that will help them achieve their future goals.
Harbor Care is an innovative network of nonprofit community organizations helping individuals and families of New Hampshire find solutions to many of life’s most challenging issues. They provide high quality housing and residential services, primary and behavioral health care, substance use disorder treatment, home care, HIV/AIDS care, veteran services, and supports to individuals and families who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness. Their unique model allows them to provide the wide range of collaborative services people need to gain and sustain independence. Each year, Harbor Care provides integrated care and housing to 6,000 New Hampshire community members statewide.
The Bridge House provides information and referral, emergency shelter, food, job training, transitional living support, and aftercare to over 175 individuals and families each year, representing between 5,000 and 7,000 bed nights plus countless support visits to the area communities. The 20+ bed facility is located on the Whole Village Family Resource Center campus in Plymouth, NH and serves both single adults (male and female) and families with one or two parents. Services are statewide and beyond with the strongest concentration in the North Country, Grafton County, and Lakes Region. Due to the VA’s commitment to end veteran homelessness, Bridge House is able to offer specialized services for this population, and also provides financial assistance through a fund called “NH Funds 4 Our Vets.” The Bridge House’s goal is to end homelessness, one family at a time.