Successful campaign, new employees, work day. . . 

Safe Spaces Campaign: YOU Did It!!! 
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Jack Eberth receives thanks and a plaque from Ellen Groh
Lew Feldstein receives the same!
Almost 2 years ago CCEH began planning the first major fundraising campaign in our 10 year history.  Amazingly, we reached our three-year goal for private donations and pledges in less than one year!!
We set ambitious goals: buy the property we'd been renting for the Resource Center, build and run an Emergency Winter Shelter on that property, and move our organization from dependence on major grants to sustainable funding from committed donors.  

This campaign has been successful because of YOU, our supporters and donors, who care so deeply about those who are experiencing homelessness.  The support we've received from our community is truly humbling. 

Special appreciation and thanks go to Jack Eberth for his expert guidance and leadership, and campaign chair Lew Feldstein for his tireless promotion and coordination. THANK YOU!!
This effort was called the Safe Spaces Campaign because  Read more...
CCEH Welcomes Two New Case Managers!
Julie Green
Introducing Julie Green as our new Resource Center Case Manager!  Julie comes to us from Child and Family Services with a Masters Degree in Clinical Mental health, and years of case management experience. Julie always has a pleasant and calm demeanor, no matter what is happening, and she has been an immediate asset to the Resource Center!! 

New Housing Stabilization Specialist 
Pam Nordle began work as the Housing Stabilization Specialist with our Housing First program in June. She comes with extensive experience in crisis intervention, problem solving, and relationship management. Pam worked at New Horizons Homeless Shelter for 17 years, connecting clients with the resources needed to return to independence.

Housing First:
We have completed identifying 5 additional individuals to join the Housing First Program. One has been housed and we continue the search for landlords who are willing to work with our program. 

If you are a landlord, or have a connection to one, or a room or apartment to rent, please  click to  contact Pam  via email, or at 603-290-3375 x207 
Thank you Concert Corps and GSCU!

Two groups recently spent a volunteer work day at the Resource Center:

A group from Concert Corps  scraped and painted the front entrance, ramp platforms and benches, and power washed the side porch and windows, as well as pulling some weeds!  MANY THANKS for such a great face lift!

Another group of energetic volunteers from Granite State Credit Union spent several hours at the Resource Center and got us caught up on a year's worth of filing!  And they made a generous donation as well! Wow, we couldn't do what we do without YOU!
Concert Corps Workday