Child and Family Services is the only organization that directly addresses the broad spectrum of needs of young people who are experiencing homelessness in New Hampshire. Their services extend to runaway and homeless youth and include the Youth Resource Center, Street Outreach, the Transitional Living Program (with a limited number of housing units), mental health and substance misuse counseling, parenting and family support, and an array of related services. CFS also provides services to victims of human trafficking to help them find safety and stability. Contact CFS to discuss how you can help or for a referral to resources in your own community.
CASA of New Hampshire strives to protect the rights of our state's most vulnerable children to live, learn and grow in a safe and nurturing environment. CASA volunteers advocate for children during abuse and neglect proceedings to make recommendations to Judges in the best interests of that child's future. To find out how you can make a difference in the life of an abused child and what it means to become a CASA volunteer, contact CASA.