People Housed! New Staff! An Award! A Grant! More . . . !
Eleven People HOUSED already in 2022!
This result is significantly above CCEH’s expectations.  In CCEH’s “Paths Toward Housing Solutions,” which is a practical approach to the most viable paths to house people experiencing homelessness, we estimated that ten long-term homeless individuals would be housed IN ALL OF 2022.  

CCEH attributes this early success to CCEH’s investment of staff time to create, document and maintain a database of individuals experiencing long-term homelessness, which includes tracking individuals who successfully attain housing.  

These eleven individuals secured housing through two of the paths, “Build Relationships with Existing Landlords” and “Creative Solutions Including Programs with Other Agencies.”  

To read, “Paths Toward Housing Solutions”  click here.  
New Staff!
New Housing First Stability Specialist!
Welcome to Amanda Gaskill. Amanda has always had a passion for making a positive difference in people's lives, and has had jobs with young children and at New England Family Services as a case manager. Having completed a BA in Psychology, she plans to work towards a masters in psychology. She is excited to immerse herself in as many areas as possible within CCEH. We are excited to have Amanda on the CCEH team and we know she'll do great things.
New RC Case Manager!
We are excited to add Kyana Shatney to our staff. She comes to us with years of both lived and worked experience with homelessness. Kyana has spent several years working as a recovery advocate in residential treatment programs and has continued to pursue her Certified Recovery Support Worker (CRSW) certification. Kyana is excited to get down to work and already fits right in with our team! She has a sense of humor like no other, and is the passionate mother of two beautiful young children.
NH Gives – an initiative of the NH Center for Nonprofits - is a powerful, statewide 24-hour online fundraising event that is designed to build community, connect donors to local nonprofits and generate excitement about the nonprofit sector.
CCEH has had great success raising vital funds and spreading the word about our work through NH Gives. Mark your calendars and join us on June 7th and 8th for an exciting fundraising event that only happens once a year! Stay tuned for more details...
Our 2021 Annual Report is Available!
A look inside:

  • A Message from our Executive Director and Board Chair
  • The CCEH Team and Board
  • Paths Toward Housing Solutions
  • Homeless Outreach
  • Overcoming Obstacles
  • Success Despite the Odds
  • Financials
  • Thank You
  • Partnerships & Collaborations
  • Ways to Give

Ellen Groh's Retirement Plan

In her eight years as Executive Director of CCEH, Ellen has left a lasting impact on our organization.

N.H. Preservation Alliance Award!
The Concord Coalition to End Homelessness has received an award from the NH Preservation Alliance for our rehabilitation of 10 Green Street, in which CCEH created four apartments to house people exiting homelessness. The Alliance reviewers noted in their assessment that "Enhancing the character and features of a notable property not only adds significant value to the community, but to the lives of some of its most vulnerable residents."

At the awards ceremony on May 3rd, CCEH Executive Director, Ellen Groh stated: "CCEH is deeply honored to receive this NH Preservation Alliance Award. The award truly goes to our partners, Warrenstreet Architects and JH Spain Commercial Services, because they were the ones who figured out how to preserve the beautiful historical aspects of this building, both inside and outside, and still meet CCEH's mission of creating four apartments for people coming from homelessness. They were immensely creative in both the design of the apartments, and working through all the technical issues of implementing that design. The apartments are truly a place that anyone would be proud to call 'home'. We're grateful to everyone in the community who helped make this vision a reality."
WE NEED YOU! Join CCEH in our mission to end homelessness in our community by volunteering with us! We have plenty of opportunities
for you to get involved. Check out our website for more info.
Thank You NHCF!!
We are excited to share that CCEH received a 3-year, $60,000 unrestricted grant from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation! This grant helps us move towards our vision of a Concord community where everyone has a safe, decent, stable and affordable place to live. It is the second time CCEH has received this award.

We could not be more appreciative of NHCF's ongoing support and are thankful for ALL of the amazing work the Foundation does across the state.

Learn more about the Charitable Foundation and their work HERE!
Acts of Kindness Abound

Thank you to everyone who has contributed their time or talents to CCEH! We are so grateful, and appreciative of each and every one of our volunteers, and celebrated them throughout Volunteer Appreciation Week! We love our volunteers!
CCEH PROUDLY PRESENTS, to Cleveland, Waters and Bass, P.A., The Golden Gourmet Food Basket Award.
In addition to financial contributions from CWB (Arch of Support), attorneys Tenley Callaghan, Phil Hastings, and Jeffrey Christensen have annually donated countless hours of legal work in support of CCEH's real estate projects. Tenley and Phil, pictured in this post, are also members of CCEH’s Task Force for New Affordable & Supportive Housing.
When receiving the news of the award, Phil Hastings wrote, “That is so thoughtful – we are honored, but, more than that, grateful for all you do for our community and happy to be a small part of those efforts.”
Phil’s words embody the spirit of CCEH’s unsung heroes that we celebrate through this award.
The Golden Gourmet Food Basket Award is a symbolic way that the Concord Coalition to End Homelessness shows our deep gratitude to individuals and organizations who contribute significant volunteer expertise and energy towards the mission of the Coalition.

A massive THANK YOU to Pleasant View Retirement Community for their extremely generous donation of clothing, personal hygiene products, food, cleaning supplies, and more! Our Resource Center guests are very appreciative.
We are so fortunate to have such a great community of supporters both big and small. Thank you Pleasant View!
On Thursday, April 28th, one of several Grace Capital Church Youth Group teams descended on the Tom Fredenburg House to relocate and organize donations and shelving units.
They spent a full morning getting everything done in a timely fashion.
Thank you to the youth and their leaders for breaking down the shelves, transporting everything downstairs, and then putting the shelves back together.
We are beyond grateful for this time-saving donation of your sweat equity. Text
There are many reasons to give and several ways to do so.
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CCEH could do nothing without YOU, as well as major support from the Arches of Support below, and so many others. Thank you!