News & Updates

May 1, 2023 | Issue 10 

We are excited to share with you our 2022 Annual Report, which details some of the progress we’ve made over the past year and highlights the immense amount of work that goes into housing someone who has experienced chronic homelessness.

Thank you to each and every one of our supporters, without whom we could not do our important work. We are grateful for your partnership and dedication to our mission.

We hope you enjoy seeing the positive impact of your support!

Since 2017, CCEH has raised almost $50,000 from nearly 350 donors during NH Gives.

Support CCEH During NH Gives

Mark your calendars for June 6th - 7th for NH Gives! Your gift during this 24-hour statewide giving campaign will help us reach our goal of raising $20,000, and will go a long way toward ending homelessness in our community.

To learn more about NH Gives, visit Stay tuned for more information from CCEH about how you can be a champion for a Concord where everyone has a safe, stable, decent, and affordable place to live.

What is Permanent Supportive Housing, and why is it important to ending homelessness?

Pairing housing with case management and supportive services

A proven solution to ending homelessness for individuals experiencing long-term homelessness, read more about permanent supportive housing, and hear from our Housing Support Specialist, Sierra Hubbard, about what supportive services look like.

Read the article

13 Individuals Housed in 2023

Thanks to the hard work of our staff, our progress in data collection, and our partnership with other area service providers, CCEH is thrilled to report that we have secured permanent housing for 13 individuals coming from long-term homelessness so far in 2023.

Check out our Paths Toward Housing Solutions Document to learn more about the seven ways CCEH is using to house individuals and ultimately end homelessness.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Mental Health Awareness Month has been observed in the U.S. since 1949. Many of CCEH's clients struggle with mental health, and CCEH is proud to work with several area partners who deliver resources and guidance to individuals struggling with their mental health and wellness.

Please join us in supporting Mental Health Awareness Month!

Read the Proclamation and visit NAMI NH to learn more.

Did you know there are many ways you can support CCEH and the fight to end homelessness, today and well into the future? There are numerous options to leave a lasting impact through CCEH, including gifts that cost you nothing now, gifts that make an impact now, gifts that also include financial benefits for you, and more.

Create a legacy of ending homelessness

In Other News:

WMUR 9 Homeless in NH

Advocates and mayors say the homelessness crisis is growing across New Hampshire, and more must be done to address the statewide problem. In a roundtable discussion with WMUR-TV News 9, our own Executive Director Karen Jantzen and other officials talked about the scope of the problem and what can be done.

Watch or Read the Transcript Here

Spotlight on Housing

During his "State of the State" address, Governor Sununu highlighted the state's housing crisis as the "number one barrier we have." Towns and cities need to continue to add housing options. He noted, "I will challenge any planning board or any council who says they don't want that housing in their town, then you don't want to be part of the solution that New Hampshire needs."

Read more about the governor's thoughts here

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