Community Resource Guide
Community Resource Guide to be Produced in Three New Languages
In 2012, the Women’s Foundation published a Community Resource Guide as a tool to help women who were transitioning back into the community after prison. The need for this guide was significant. We also learned that it was a great resource for all women at a transitional point in their lives, such as taking a new job, relocating within the state, or moving here from another state. The guide acquaints the reader with the greater New Hampshire community. It contains sections that address more specific needs of the reader such as childcare, housing, clothing/food, primary care, family health and legal issues. There are also extensive resource lists in each area of interest. Based on the high level of use of the resource guide and a broader audience, the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation is currently working on three new translations in Arabic, French, and Nepali. As a key 2015 project, these new translations will be made available by the end of this year, so stay tuned for updates. When completed, the translated Community Resource Guides will be available both online and in print.
To get your printed copy, please call 603.226.3355 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download it here: Community Resource Guide