New Horizons Shelter - Manchester, NH

Contact information

199 Manchester Street
Manchester, NH 03103
: Phone: 603-668-1877


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    2020-01-28 20:30:13
    I lost everything I had and ended up at New Horizon gave me a place to stay when it was cold out and needed help. I was so nervous the first night but the people were so nice and helpful to me.. I cant thank them enough for the chance they have given me.. Thank you all so much.
    2020-01-01 09:40:24
    A determined charity, I have volunteered in the dining area and pantry. Good people with sincerity in their hearts wanting to feed and help everyone they can.

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Description: Our shelter is available to homeless individuals 18-years-old and older. Shelter participant bed check in is from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00pm. The shelter can accommodate 108 participants in dormitory-style sleeping areas. Through the winter 2019/20 we’ll have an additional 30 mattresses on the dining room floor to accommodate overflow.

Dinner is served from 3:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. for seniors and again from 4:20 p.m. – 5:20 p.m. Monday – Friday for others, including adults and families who do not stay at the shelter. Breakfast is available for overnight shelter participants from 6:30 a.m. – 7:30 a.m. There are also shower and laundry facilities on-site as well as case management and health related services.

Day resource program, 8:00 a.m. – 4 p.m. Day resource program, which includes lunch, is available to anyone who schedules and meets with a case manager for one hour per week.

Case Management Supports include:

    Employment supports
    Assistance with applying for State & Federal benefits
    Clothing & personal supplies, if needed
    Referrals to other community resources

How We Help Those Struggling With Alcohol & Substances

Although alcohol or illegal substances may not be used on, or brought onto New Horizons property, adults with active addictions are admitted. While not a treatment facility, we recognize that many of the chronically homeless who use our shelter are addicted to alcohol or other substances, and we work with them to seek treatment when they are ready.

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