Seabrook Homeless Shelters & Services For The Needy
Welcome to our Seabrook, New Hampshire Homeless Shelters and Services for the needy page. Below are all of the homeless shelters and services for the needy that provide help to those in need for Seabrook, NH and surrounding cities.
We also provide other homeless resources such as transitional resources for the homeless. Homeless clinic and treatment center resources are also provided on the right navigational bar.
Many shelters also provide services such as alcohol and drug rehab treatment along with clinics. I try to provide as much information as possible on my details pages.
Stratham, NH 03885 8.39 miles from city center Seabrook
603-658-8448 The Overnight Shelter program provides shelter for homeless families with children through local congregations rotating in their responsibilities on a weekly basis. The program has the capacity to house 14 guests at a time. Meals, case management and transporation between the Overnight Shelter progr See more details
Stratham, NH 03885 8.79 miles from city center Seabrook
603-658-8448 Shelter for families with children under the age of eighteen. This program is a comprehensive way for families who are experiencing homelessness to regain independence and self-sufficiency. Inense cas See more details
Haverhill, MA 01831 13.36 miles from city center Seabrook
(978) 241-3500 We offer emergency shelter for both families and individuals, with the goal of providing not just a place to sleep but also services to help those who are homeless get back on their feet.
The Emmaus Family House program serves up to 54 homeless families at one time. Of these, 28 familie See more details
Lawrence, MA 01840 19.29 miles from city center Seabrook
(978) 557-5775 Casa Nueva Vida (House of New Life) is the only homeless shelter in the state of Massachusetts with a completely bilingual staff. Although we serve a diverse population, we believe our bilingual expertise makes us ideally capable of providing a unique, specialized package of services and programs to See more details
Lawrence, MA 01841 19.78 miles from city center Seabrook
978-689-8575 Opened in 1983, Lazarus House's 31-bed emergency shelter is located in the Arlington District of Lawrence, MA. Seven days a week, Lazarus House provides a safe, clean and supportive environment for individuals and families on referral by social service, law enforcement, church or community groups.
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Gloucester, MA 01970 21.29 miles from city center Seabrook
978 281 3221 DTA hours of operation: Mon – Fri from 7:00am to 5:00pmWellspring is part of a statewide shelter system that helps to house 5 families at a time in Gloucester and provides stabilization case management to families throughout the North Shore communities of Beverly, Sa See more details
Gloucester, MA 01930 22.16 miles from city center Seabrook
978-282-1000 Emergency Homeless Shelter.ACTION's Emergency Homeless Shelter provides a limited number of beds to homeless adults ages 18 and older.PLEASE NOTE: Space at the Shelter is limited and beds may not be available. Call before visiting. Anyone wishing to access a bed must complete an intake f See more details
Peabody, MA 01960 25.87 miles from city center Seabrook
978 532 2372 The Inn Between is an emergency program for homeless families. Founded in 1985, our original building, a lovely Victorian home, houses six families at a time, and includes one fully handicapped-accessible room. In this program we also maintain a “community room,” available for homeless families who See more details
Salem, MA 01970 25.99 miles from city center Seabrook
978-744-8552 Healing Abuse Working for Change (HAWC) is a nonprofit agency serving victims of domestic abuse in 23 cities and towns in the North Shore of Massachusetts. We provide free and comprehensive services for domestic violence victims including emergency family shelter, legal advocacy, individual counseli See more details
Salem, MA 01970 26.03 miles from city center Seabrook
978-744-0500 Lifebridge (formerly The Salem Mission) is working to offer men and women the opportunities they need to end their homelessness.
Research shows that two factors are responsible for this problem: a lack of affordable housing and the persistence of poverty in our community.
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