We know that we have a housing and homelessness problem in New Hampshire.
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We have been an advocate and a place of refuge for the unhoused in the Seacoast community since 1982, working with individuals and families to stabilize, find housing and return to being thriving members of their communities.
Cross Roads House relies heavily on the generosity of donors. Find out how you can help support shelter operations.
Our success would not be possible without the help of volunteers. Find out how you can support our residents through volunteering.
- Emergency Shelter
- Admission/Coordinated Entry
- Local Welfare
Since 1982, Cross Roads House has been providing emergency and transitional shelter to homeless individuals and families in the New Hampshire Seacoast area. We are guided by our mission, to meet the immediate needs of homeless families and individuals, and to provide them with the tools and guidance they need to successfully return to permanent housing. We currently house approximately 100 people on any given night, and our emergency shelter is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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