We operate the Anne-Marie House in Hudson , NH where families receive secure housing and wholesome meals. Individual rooms provide privacy for families, while meals are eaten in a community environment.
Each family in consultation with our Case Manager has a family action plan with specific goals.
We seek to enable our guests to have transportation through drivers or donated vehicles.
We provide learning opportunities in vocational training, GED classes, financial literacy, parenting and life skills.
We collect furniture and other household furnishings that are gently used, and distribute these when a family is ready to live independently.
We provide mentoring to families, who graduate from their transitional stage of life, providing follow up support in order that they maintain housing independence.
See Guest Stays for
information about the average day for GNIHN guests.