Nonprofit Grantee Partners
The New Hampshire Women’s Foundation wants to connect you with our partner nonprofit grantee organizations that help support causes we believe in! Click on the name of the organization to find out more information about their mission and what they are working on.
AmeriCorps Victim Assistance Program, Concord.
AVAP is a multi-agency collaboration designed to address critical service needs in our communities and justice systems by ensuring services and education are available to victims of domestic and sexual violence and stalking throughout New Hampshire, and promoting community service and a lifetime commitment to volunteerism.
Appalachian Mountain Teen Project (AMTP), Carroll, Belknap & Strafford Counties.
This is a community-based wilderness learning project that serves girls who are at a high risk for school drop-out, teen pregnancy, substance abuse, experiencing abusive relationships, and a life-time of involvement in the corrections system. A new one-on-one mentoring program is being launched to help each AMTP girl develop positive relationships and build self-confidence.
Arts Alliance of Northern New Hampshire, Littleton.
AANNH is a regional resource, presenting partner programs in schools & communities; producing print and on-line cultural guides; and providing assistance and opportunities to artists, schools, organizations, and arts supporters throughout the region.
Arts in Reach, New Market.
Arts In Reach provides enriching afterschool and vacation programs in performance and visual arts. Since 1997 they have been helping teen girls in Rockingham and Strafford Counties of New Hampshire develop confidence and gain key life skills such as collaboration, goal-setting, leadership, and communication while discovering new and creative means of self-expression.
Avis Goodwin Community Health Center, Somersworth.
Goodwin Community Health, formerly Avis Goodwin Community Health Center is your true community resource, providing medical, dental, and mental health care for your entire family. All ages, insurance and income levels are welcome.
Belknap County Department of Corrections, Laconia.
The Mission of the Belknap County of Corrections is to provide protection of society through the detention and confinement of pre-trial detainees and post-trial confines in a safe and secure condition. The Belknap County Department of Corrections will provide humane treatment of the offenders during their time of confinement.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Manchester, Manchester.
The mission of BBBS is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change lives for the better, forever. BBBS of Greater Manchester intentionally target youth from low to moderate household income so they can help offer them resources through mentoring to achieve success.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Nashua and Greater Salem, Hillsborough County.
BBBS is helping children reach their potential through professionally supported one-to-one relationships, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Nashua and Greater Salem is recruiting and training mentors to work with 200 girls. The mentor/mentee relationship will provide the girls with greater confidence, tools to avoid risky behaviors, and inspiration to achieve educational success.
Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua, Nashua.
The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua serves girls and boys between the ages of 5 and 18, providing them with the opportunities and services that they need to succeed in life. We serve youth at our Grand Avenue clubhouse through Kids Club (ages 5-8), the Clubhouse (ages 8-12), the Stahl Teen Center (ages 13-18) at Nashua’s 3 middle schools.
Boys & Girls Club of the Lakes Region, Laconia.
The Boys & Girls Club of the Lakes Region is part of a national network of affiliated Clubs. Their goal is to enable young people of every ability and background to be successful and reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Boys & Girls Club staff love their jobs and are dedicated to bringing out the best in every kid!
The Bridge House, Plymouth.
The Bridge House provides food and shelter and all essential services that will lead participants to permanent housing solutions. Almost all essential services, including medical/mental health, substance abuse, nutritional, and employment counseling, SSI, TANF and, food-stamp acquisition are available on the WVFRC campus, Bridge House’s location.
Bridges Domestic & Sexual Violence Support, Nashua & Milford.
This is a nonprofit agency dedicated to helping victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Bridges: Domestic & Sexual Violence Support is a non-sectarian agency, and all services are offered regardless of race, gender, gender orientation, gender identity, gender expression, medical condition, HIV status, marital status, age, national origin, immigration status, religion, physical, mental or emotional ability, sexual orientation, political affiliation or language.
CASA of NH, Manchester.
Court Appointed Special Advocates of New Hampshire recruits, trains and supervises volunteers to serve as advocates for abused and neglected children in the New Hampshire court system. CASA is central to fulfilling society’s most fundamental obligation by making sure a qualified, compassionate adult will fight for and protect a child’s right to be safe, to be treated with dignity and respect, and to learn and grow in the security of a loving family.
Child Advocacy Center of Coos County (CAC-CC), Coos County.
CAC-CC is unifying their approach to child sexual assault in the North Country, which has been on the rise in recent years, the CAC-CC is continuing to build their reach and relationships with state agencies and hospitals in the region to create an effective support services network.
Child and Family Services, Hillsborough County.
CFS is dedicated to advancing the well-being of children by providing an array of social services to strengthen family life and by promoting community commitment to the needs of children.
Child Health Services (CHS), Hillsborough County.
CHS is dedicated to improving the health and well-being of at-risk children and young adults, CHS is expanding their mental health services for refugee women whose children are patients in CHS’s pediatric clinic. The level of support and treatment vary by family but the end goal is always to engage and empower families toward self-sufficiency.
Circle Program, Belknap, Grafton and Merrimack Counties.
This is a summer camp and year-round mentoring program for at-risk teen girls. The “TAP” (Teen Adventure Program) will expand their successful camp program to include girls in their late teens.
Concord Feminist Health Center, Concord.
The Concord Feminist Health Center is a non-profit healthcare facility serving primarily women throughout New England. They have been providing individualized, quality, compassionate care with respect since 1974.
Coos County Family Health, Berlin.
Coos County Family Health Services is a nonprofit community based organization providing innovative, personalized comprehensive health care and social services of the highest quality to everyone, regardless of economic status.
Crisis Center of Central New Hampshire, Concord.
The CCCNH, formerly The Rape and Domestic Violence Crisis Center, has been serving Merrimack County since 1978. As a nonprofit, they provide services to victims/survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, elder abuse, stalking and child abuse. The mission of the organization is to empower individuals to make positive changes in their lives. Services are available to everyone, regardless of age, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, income or physical abilities.
Danbury Community Center, Danbury.
The Danbury Community Center is run by a small staff and a large army of volunteers who work to make the town of Danbury a better place to live in. The center also holds various activities throughout the week such as Crafts, Yoga, Alcoholics Anonymous, Community Meals, and several other events.
Families First Health and Support Center, Portsmouth.
Families First Health & Support Center is a leader in integrated care, offering high-quality health care, dental care and parent & family programs, all in one location. Families First’s services are for everyone — infants to seniors, single people and families, insured or uninsured, all income levels.
Families In Transition, Manchester, Concord, Dover.
FIT was founded in 1991 in response to the growing number of homeless individuals and families in the greater Manchester area and throughout the state. FIT has been committed to providing the most innovative, comprehensive, and effective interventions specifically designed to help homeless individuals and families reach beyond the cycle of homelessness to lead healthy and successful lives.
Family Connections Center, Londonderry.
The mission of FCC is to provide a safe, secure, and humane correctional system through effective supervision and appropriate treatment of offenders, and a continuum of services that promote successful re-entry into society for the safety of our citizens and in support of crime victims.
Family Resource Center, Gorham.
The FRC’s mission is to build healthier families and stronger communities through positive relationships, programs, and collaborations in the North Country. It reflects the agency’s intensive focus on children, and families as well as investments in collaboration.
Filmmakers Collaborative, Grafton and Sullivan Counties.
This is a documentary film project that illustrates the collaboration of a group of college students and female prison inmates to help raise awareness about the frequently dire circumstances of women in prison. The film intends to deepen the understanding and stir thoughtful reflection about who is in prison, why they are there, and whether our current system is working to meet the needs of the prisoner and the community.
Front Door Agency, Hillsborough County.
This is a transitional housing program that provides homeless single women and their children with affordable housing and comprehensive case management. Their services include affordable housing, job skill training, individual and group therapy, transportation, and childcare.
Future In Sight, Concord.
Future In Sight is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to transforming the lives of those who are blind, visually impaired, and their families. They provide a range of services in education, rehabilitation, and social services to infants and toddlers, children (3-21,) adults, and seniors.
Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains, Statewide.
The Girl Scouts serves more than 12,300 girls in New Hampshire and Vermont. With guidance of more than 5,000 dedicated and trained volunteers, girls discover the fun, friendship, and power of girls together. Via hundreds of programs offered each year, girls develop their leadership potential through activities that enable them to discover their values, skills and the world; connect with others in a multicultural environment; and take action to make a difference in the world.
Girls at Work, Inc., Statewide.
This program empowers at-risk girls in New Hampshire and throughout New England by teaching them woodworking skills and how to safely use power tools to build with a team of girls. We help them discover their inner power tools of strength and courage, tools that many will need to survive their challenging situations.
Girls Incorporated of New Hampshire, Manchester.
Girls Inc.’s mission and passion is to help girls achieve their personal best through one-on-one attention, leadership development, a talented staff and volunteers, a wide range of enrichment programs, and a caring family environment.
Girls on the Run, Newfields.
Girls on the Run inspires girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running.
Good Beginnings of Sullivan County, Sullivan and Grafton Counties.
Good Beginnings is a home-based support service to assist low income pregnant or parenting women, ages 14-25, to overcome barriers that prevent them from achieving their optimal physical, emotional and economic well-being.
Good Beginnings of the Upper Valley, Lebanon.
Good Beginnings is a free, home-visitor program that relies on trained volunteers to provide support to any family with a new baby. The concept behind the Good Beginnings home visiting program is simple and powerful: any family with a new baby can use a helping hand. Good Beginnings volunteers – like a good friend or neighbor – offer the kind of flexible support that can make a family’s first months with a new baby healthier and less stressful.
Good News Garage, Manchester.
Good News Garage creates economic opportunity by providing affordable and reliable transportation options for people in need. Good News Garage accepts, repairs and provides donated vehicles to families striving to achieve financial independence. GNG is a win-win solution for donors, car recipients and the community, and they strive to make the donation process as easy as possible.
Gorham Community Learning Center, Gorham.
The Gorham Community Learning Center offers a group environment dedicated to the development of well-rounded children who learn to interact with each other and feel good about themselves. Their goal is to provide each child with supportive, stimulating, and developmentally appropriate environments in which to grow and learn.
Grafton County Senior Citizens Council, Lebanon.
For more than 40 years, GCSCC has been the “go to” place in Grafton County for services that enable older citizens, and those with disabilities, to remain independent and safe at home. Their centers are also community-driven facilities where people stop by to have fun, enjoy a meal together, continue lifelong learning, and laugh and care for each other.
Greater Nashua Area Mental Health Center, Nashua.
The Greater Nashua Mental Health Center at Community Council works with the community to meet the mental health needs of its residents by providing evaluation, treatment, resource development, education, and research.
HAVEN NH, Portsmouth, Rochester, Salem.
HAVEN, formerly known as A Safe Place and SASS officially merged in July of 2015 becoming the largest violence prevention and support services agency in NH. HAVEN is dedicated to addressing public health through violence prevention and improving the well-being of children and families. Preventing sexual abuse and providing support for those impacted by domestic and sexual violence can lead to healthier and more secure children and adults.
Hospice of the Littleton Area, Littleton.
Home health care companies offer a wide range of skilled medical services such as nursing care, physical therapy and occupational therapy from qualified medical professionals in addition to various services from home health aides. Other home care companies might offer assistance with daily activities, such as bathing and eating. Home care services are conducted in the comfort of your home.
The HUB Family Resource Center, Dover.
The HUB serves all families in Strafford County, and surrounding towns. Their programs work with most family situations. Their mission is to educate, advocate and assist people in Strafford County to help meet their basic needs and promote self-sufficiency and their vision is to eliminate poverty in Strafford County.
Keene Housing Authority, Keene.
Keene Housing (KH) was established in July 1965, with a mission to fill the need for “safe, sanitary dwelling accommodations for the elderly and persons of low-income in Keene.” Since then, KH has played a vital role in promoting a stronger Monadnock region by providing housing assistance to the community’s vulnerable and low-income populations. KH believes that the best way to help households is by providing them the tools and resources needed to change their life.
Keystone Hall – Greater Nashua Council on Alcoholism, Nashua.
The goal of Keystone Hall is to provide comprehensive substance use treatment and recovery services to individuals and families in a supportive environment while providing a strategic framework for substance use prevention in New Hampshire.
Lamprey Health Care, Newmarket, Nashua, Raymond.
Lamprey Health Care is New Hampshire’s oldest and largest private, non-profit community health center serving over 16,000 patients each year. Our commitment to healthy outcomes focuses on individual patient needs to influence an overall healthier lifestyle. Lamprey Health Care’s three health centers meet the guidelines and qualifications for designation as a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC).
Lifewise Community Projects, Hampton.
Bruce Montville founded LifeWise with the vision of empowering people to volunteer for a variety of worthy causes in New Hampshire. By joining up with other local, like-minded groups, LifeWise forms partnerships that accomplish numerous meaningful and needed projects. Youth Empowerment through voluntarism is our Credo.
Linda’s Closet, Marlborough
Linda’s Closet is a clothing resource for women. If you are returning to school, entering the work place, returning to the work force, or living on a restricted budget, Linda’s Closet can help you achieve your job and career goals.
Manchester Community College, Hillsborough County.
MCC offers a four day, non-traditional STEM instruction to 25 middle school girls. The goal of the program is to highlight alternative courses of study and career choices – increasing the likelihood of self-sufficiency and independence as adults.
Marguerite’s Place, Hillsborough County.
Marguerite’s Place provides physical, emotional, educational, and social support services for homeless women with children so that they can achieve and sustain permanent self-sufficiency. Marguerite’s Place is expanding their childcare focus to include curriculum that will address the entire family’s needs in all areas of physical, mental, emotional, social and creative abilities.
MoCo Arts, Keene.
MoCo Arts is a family-centered nonprofit arts education organization offering classes in dance, theatre and multi-arts camps for children ages 8 months to 18 years+. Under the direction of our experienced artistic staff, MoCo Arts provides an inclusive, nurturing, supportive atmosphere designed to enrich the lives of the students as well as the collective life of the community.
Monadnock Center for Violence Prevention, Cheshire and Hillsborough Counties.
The Teen Relationship Violence (TRV) is a multi-session, classroom program that is designed for high school students to learn how to identify red flags of abuse, talk to a friend they are concerned about and access help using both local and national resources.
Monadnock Family Services, Keene.
Monadnock Family Services’ mission is to be a source of health and hope for people and the communities in which they live. They foster mental and emotional wellness for individuals of all ages. They create services that heal, education that transforms, and advocacy that brings a just society.
Moore Center Services, Inc., Manchester.
The Moore Center is a state and regional innovator with more than 50 years of experience in helping people become productive, fulfilled members of the community. Working closely with each individual, The Moore Center identifies unique needs and creates individualized programs to enhance that person’s quality of life and that of the community as a whole.
More than Wheels, Keene.
Founded in 2001, More Than Wheels uses a uniquely comprehensive set of services to help struggling families and individuals break the cycle of poor financial decision making using the car buying process to catalyze lasting change, financial stability, and control. More Than Wheels is an award-winning, nonprofit car-purchasing program that works with you to buy the vehicle you need regardless of your credit situation.
Nashua Senior Activity Center, Nashua.
The mission of the Nashua Senior Activity Center is to promote healthy aging, independence and the well-being of older adults through health, wellness, educational, cultural, and recreational programs and services.
Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter, Nashua.
The Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter (NSKS) is dedicated to providing shelter and food to those in need. The overall objective of the agency is to advocate, create, and operate programs and services that promote dignity and self-sufficiency for those served. To ensure that basic needs are addressed, the NSKS is committed to joining with others in a community-wide ethic of caring.
New Beginnings, Belknap County.
New Beginnings works in collaboration with the Belknap County Department of Corrections and is is offering yoga and mindfulness classes to female inmates to help foster peaceful interactions. The goal of the program is to reduce recidivism by educating the women on how to make positive changes that will not only impact their lives, but also the lives of their children.
New Generation, Inc., Statewide.
This provides immediate, safe shelter in a caring environment for homeless women and their babies with a goal of fostering proper and effective parenting to reduce the incidents of child abuse and neglect, and enables participants to move on to be economically self-sufficient.
New Hampshire Citizens Alliance, Concord.
New Hampshire Citizen Alliance for Action works to engage grassroots activists in lobbying the legislature to ensure that consumer and community concerns are addressed by public policy. In addition, New Hampshire Citizen Alliance for Action assists voters in holding state and federal elected leaders and candidates accountable to their constituents.
New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Statewide.
The NHCADV creates safe & just communities through advocacy, prevention and empowerment of anyone affected by sexual violence, domestic violence and stalking. They also host the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner continuing education program that provides medical professionals with the training necessary for them to perform medical/forensic evaluation of sexual assault victims, with additional training on how to testify in court as an expert witness.
New Hampshire Community Loan Fund, Concord.
The New Hampshire Community Loan Fund collaborates with a wide range of donors and lenders, and with business, nonprofit and government partners. Together, they provide the financing and support that people with low and moderate incomes need to have affordable housing. Quality jobs. Child care and early education for their children. And to become financially independent.
New Hampshire Legal Assistance, Manchester & Statewide.
NHLA’s mission is to fulfill America’s promise of equal justice by providing civil legal services to New Hampshire’s poor, including education and empowerment, advice, representation, and advocacy for systemic change.
New Hampshire Minority Health Coalition, Manchester.
The New Hampshire Minority Health Coalition (NHMHC) is a community-based non-profit organization whose mission is to identify underserved populations in the state with barriers to access appropriate health care, to advocate for adequate and appropriate services, and to educate and empower these populations to be active in their own health care.
New Horizons/ Angie’s Shelter for Women, Hillsborough County.
Angie’s Shelter provides wrap-around services and housing for homeless women over an extended period of time with the goal of enabling participants to move on to be economically self-sufficient and in permanent housing.
New Heights, Portsmouth. Our programs help youth in grades 5-12 find the path to their true potential by exposing them to new and powerful learning experiences. We also work to educate our community and those that live with, support, and teach youth, to help them think differently about the potential of young people today, and understand the powerful impact they can have on helping our communities thrive.
Ossipee Children’s Fund, Center Ossipee.
OCF provides financial assistance for programs of childcare, recreation, education and enrichment for lower income families of Effingham, Freedom, Madison, and Ossipee. Children receive qualified, licensed care and supervision in positive environments which involve them in constructive activities that increase their esteem and help them to become good citizens. Parents apply for the program or care they want for their children.
Ozanam Place, Laconia.
Ozanam Place provides permanent affordable housing for single parent families.
Parents as Teachers, Sullivan County.
READY for Kindergarten is a nationally developed curriculum for a series of parent classes designed to involve parents in their child’s learning before the child starts school. This program serves parents and children ages 3-5 years.
Pastoral Counseling Services, Manchester.
Pastoral Counseling Services (PCS), a non-profit agency, that provides healing and hope to all in the New Hampshire by providing cutting edge psychotherapy services that integrate the body, mind and spirit. We recognize and attend to the natural connection within the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual dimensions of human life.
Pemi Youth Center, Grafton County.
The S.E.L.F Girls Empowerment Group is an after-school program for girls ages 10 to 17 that works to provide support, life skills, stress management tools, and inspiration so that the girls can gain a sense of community, belonging and self-esteem.
Planned Parenthood of Northern New England, Statewide.
Planned Parenthood works to provide, promote, and protect access to reproductive health care and sexuality education. To better provide accurate and complete information to teens, PPNNE is launching a Peer Sexuality Education Program in Manchester. This program will train teens to serve as peer educators, delivering sexuality education in schools, community groups and through one-on-one interactions.
Plymouth State University, Plymouth.
Plymouth State University is a regional comprehensive university offering a rich, student-focused learning environment for undergraduate, graduate, and non-traditional students.
RESPONSE to Sexual & Domestic Violence, Berlin.
All of RESPONSE‘s services are free and confidential. Services are provided regardless of gender, age, health status (including HIV-Positive), physical, mental or emotional disability, sexual orientation, sexual preference, sexual identity, socio-economic status, race, national origin, immigration status, religious, political affiliation.
The River Center, Hillsborough and Cheshire Counties.
The River Center is expanding their one-on-one Home Visiting program aimed at pregnant or parenting young women, the visits provide local support and education in the areas of child advocacy, shelter, food, money management, and social isolation.
Riverbend Parent-Child Center, Concord and Franklin.
Riverbend Community Mental Health serves individuals, families, schools and employers throughout the county, with offices in Concord and Franklin. Their services are delivered in many locations – in our own counseling centers, transitional housing sites, hospitals, schools, colleges, businesses and community centers.
Rochester Child Care Center UP Program, Strafford County.
Rochester Child Care Center is expanding the UP Program Enrichment Classes that are offered before & after school in Rochester. They provide enrichment classes for parents and girls in elementary school grade levels.
Rubia, Merrimack County.
Rubia is expanding the Sewing Confidence program by implementing three levels of classes in integrated sewing, applied literacy, financial literacy, business and employment skill development for resettled refugee women in Manchester.
Seacoast Outright, Portsmouth.
Seacoast Outright is a support, advocacy and education organization for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, and allied (GLBTQIA) youth ages 12-24 in the Seacoast region of New Hampshire, Southern Maine, and Northern Massachusetts. This organization provides a safe space for these youth to meet, socialize, and support one another in an environment that is free from discrimination and harassment.
Serenity Place, Hillsborough.
Serenity Place is a non-profit community based addiction treatment and counseling agency for adult men and women (18 and older) offering Crisis Services, Non-Medical Detoxification, Transitional Living Programs, Intensive Outpatient Program for Men, Outpatient Services, and Outpatient Services. Serenity Place’s approach to treatment is based on the belief that addiction is a chronic disease that should be treated in a safe and caring clinical environment.
Seymour Osman Community Center & Youth Safe Haven, Strafford County.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) is being offered as an after-school program for girls in grades 1-4 over an 8-week period. It is designed to allow female students to engage in hands-on applications of math and science concepts.
Shelter from the Storm, Jaffrey.
SFTS is a local program providing transitional housing and support services for those who have become homeless due to a variety of circumstances. The SFTS program helps families in the Jaffrey/Rindge area to get back on their feet while also allowing children to have the continuity in their school experience
Southern NH Area Health Education Center / Lamprey Health Care, Hillsborough and Rockingham Counties.
The Interpretation Training Program promotes the empowerment of multilingual women by building their language interpretation skills, allowing them to act as a voice for other women and children who are limited or non-English speakers and are in need of assistance communicating with their health care professional.
Southern New Hampshire Services (SNHS), Hillsborough County.
A collaboration between the Manchester School District and SNHS, B.R.I.N.G. I.T!! is an after school program that aims to empower and build self confidence in girls who are interested in a career in nursing by offering hands-on and discussion activities.
Support Center at Burch House, Littleton & Grafton Counties.
The Support Center at Burch House provides free & confidential service to victims and survivors of sexual and/or domestic violence and stalking, regardless of gender, age, health status, physical, mental or emotional ability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, socio-economic status, race, religion, national origin, immigration status, or religious or political affiliation.
Turning Points Network, Sullivan County.
A school-based violence prevention education program for Newport area schools aimed at empowering girls by growing their knowledge and understanding about the issues, prevalence and assistance around domestic and sexual violence.
University of New Hampshire, Statewide.
The University of New Hampshire combines the living and learning environment of a New England liberal arts college with the breadth, spirit of discovery, and civic commitment of a land-grant research institution.
The Upper Room, A Family Resource Center, Rockingham, Hillsborough, Merrimack, and Strafford Counties.
Teen Information for Parenting Success (TIPS) program is an education, support and referral service for young parents so that they can more effectively care for their children and themselves.
Upper Valley Trails Alliance, Grafton and Merrimack.
Upper Valley Trails Alliance advocates for the use, maintenance and development of trails in the region. Through education, outreach & stewardship we promote active lifestyles through trail use in all seasons, connect people and places through a regional trail network, and lead a coalition of local trail groups and advocates.
UpReach Therapeutic Riding Center, Goffstown.
Through providing high quality equine assisted learning programs, UpReach strives towards excellence in its field. With the help of their equine friends, they are dedicated to enhancing quality of life for those they serve, by providing challenge, promoting independence, and celebrating success.
Visiting Nurse Association, Manchester.
Skilled care helps patients be independent and safe in managing their care at home. Nurses provide medical care and coordinate the services of rehabilitation professionals, social workers, and health aides. Care plans and education are tailored to the specific needs of each patient and family.
Voices Against Violence, Plymouth.
They provide information and support to victims and survivors, their family and friends, community members, and professionals around domestic violence, children who witness domestic violence, sexual violence and harassment, stalking, human trafficking and bullying. They are Southern Grafton County’s resource for the most updated and current information, state and federal guidelines, and best practice around these issues.
The Way Home, Manchester.
The Way Home is an award-winning nonprofit agency based in Manchester, NH, dedicated to providing an integrated approach to success in safe and affordable housing. They provide keys to success for those facing homelessness. They can make these keys open the door to safe and affordable housing.
Welcoming All Nationalities Network of the Upper Valley, Sullivan and Grafton.
This network is dedicated to providing free or low cost immigration legal assistance to residents of the Upper Valley. The program provides legal assistance that offers vulnerable individuals and families the opportunity to build personal stability.
White Birch Community Center, Henniker.
White Birch Community Center’s mission has been to enrich the lives of their citizens by providing social, recreational and educational programs for families, children, and adults in a stimulating, supportive, and safe environment.
Whole Village Family Resource Center., Plymouth.
The Whole Village Family Resource Center, an initiative of Granite United Way, is a partnership of people and programs aimed at advancing the common good and enhancing the lives of families in the Greater Plymouth and Lower Grafton County area. WVFRC strives to strengthen the family support network through education, family support activities and facilitating collaboration between area agencies.
Winchester Learning Center, Inc, Winchester.
The Winchester Learning Center is a non-profit childcare, preschool, family resource center. They offer: Infant care (ages 6 weeks-18 months), Toddler care (ages 19 months -3 years), and Preschool (ages 3-7 years). The WLC Aligns the preschool curriculum to Kindergarten Readiness Standards and its staff are credentialed by the NH Child Dev. Bureau.
WISE (Women’s Information Service), Lebanon.
WISE is a non-profit organization which has been serving the needs of the Upper Valley for over forty years. WISE provides advocacy, crisis services, and community education to those affected by domestic and sexual violence and stalking throughout the Upper Valley region of New Hampshire and Vermont.
Womankind Counseling Center, Concord.
Womankind Counseling Center provides an environment where people feel free to explore their feelings, confront their fears, discover their strengths, and gain control of their lives. Established in 1977, Womankind has now grown to be a place where women, men, children, and families can focus on the central concerns of their lives.
WREN-Women’s Rural Entrepreneurial Network, Bethlehem.
WREN is a membership-driven organization with nearly 1400 members who benefit from and support WREN’s many initiatives and resources, including Local Works, the retail store featuring the products of nearly 300 vendors, the Gallery at WREN, the Local Works Farmers Market and Outdoor Marketplace, & the WINGS program for girls and boys 8-14, the incubator office program and the public access technology center.
Youth Council, Nashua.
The Youth Council is unique for its array of effective programs that span early intervention and treatment for a variety of challenges inherent in raising teens. Unlike other youth agencies, they don’t enjoy a national brand; however, that enables us to remain nimble, responsive and creative as community needs emerge.
YWCA New Hampshire, Hillsborough County.
Providing additional resources to African resettled refugee women, the YWCA is launching Families Together, a 10-week program for both women and children that offers a community resource to bridge the socio-economic and cultural gap as they integrate smoothly into their New Hampshire community.