45th Anniversary Special Edition
 2022 Impact Report | Hope. Healing. Opportunity.
As Anchor House officially enters its 45th year of service in the community, this month, we are excited to share our 2022 Impact Report on 4/5! Since 1978, Anchor House has grown from a group of concerned citizens helping to move homeless and runaway youth from the streets of Trenton to a multi-service agency offering a myriad of programs and services to help youth, young people and families thrive.

Please take a few minutes to learn about our work and impact from the past year as we look ahead to strengthening our work to provide even greater impact.
We are grateful for a caring community of supporters who help make our work possible. Thank you for investing in our youth!

"Together, with our amazing and dedicated staff, generous donors and partners, we are providing hope and changing the lives of hundreds of youth each year." - Kim McNear, Anchor House Executive Director
Recognizing Child Abuse Prevention Month
Anchor House recognizes the importance of working together to help strengthen families and prevent child abuse and neglect. By providing families with equal opportunity and access to the supports they need, we can help foster safe and positive youth development.

The more adverse childhood experiences a person has, the greater the risk for negative outcomes later in life. Anchor House works to help youth and families build resilience and in a trauma informed care environment.

Visit the US Dept of Health & Human Services National Child Abuse Prevention Month website to learn more and access helpful conversation guides.