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Pregnant/Parenting Transitional Living Program

Pregnant/Parenting Transitional Living Program

The Transitional Living Parenting Program provides short-term housing and intensive support to pregnant or parenting young people, 18-21, who are homeless or at risk of experiencing homelessness.

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If you are 18-21 years old, pregnant or parenting, and are homeless or at risk of being homeless, the Transitional Living Parenting Program (TLPP) can help.

TLPP is a safe, time-limited housing program, that provides support so young parents can improve their lives while raising a family. Through TLPP, you are provided an apartment; access to educational, vocational, and community resources; and will learn parenting and independent living skills, such as household management, while you move toward independence.

Your TLPP care coordinator will meet weekly with you to help you reach your goals. A focus is placed on positive parenting, education, connection to sustainable housing, and employment. You and your child(ren) may remain in TLPP for 12-18 months.

TLP Intake Line: (603) 518.4380

 

Eligibility

Pregnant or parenting young person, ages 18-21, with at least 50% custody of their child or an active plan to support reunification

Fee

None – Participants asked to enroll in a savings program

Region Served

Statewide – Housing is available in Manchester and Groveton

Hours

After Hours, Holidays, Weekends for On-Call Support: (800) 640-6486

Referral Needed?

No

Contacts

Manchester
Rachel Bonfanti
(603) 540-0810
bonfantir@waypointnh.org
Drop-In Line: (603) 518-4170
Strafford & Eastern Rockingham Counties
Joss Birnie
(603) 860-5725
birniej@waypointnh.org
Drop-In Line: (603) 518-4020
Merrimack County
Amanda Woods
(603) 769-0620
woodsa@waypointnh.org
TLP Intake Line: (603) 518-4380
After Hours, Holidays, Weekends for On-Call Support: (800) 640-6486

Services

  • Safe, time-limited housing
  • Access to educational, vocational, and community resources
  • Education and training to learn parenting and independent living skills
  • Hands-on case management to help you become a good parent and contributing member of the community
Pregnant/Parenting Transitional Living Program
(603) 540-0810

Regional Offices

Waypoint has several regional offices throughout New Hampshire. Below are the locations of these offices. If you are looking for specific program contact information, please visit the Programs Overview page or the Get Help page.

Agency Headquarters

Manchester
464 Chestnut St.
Manchester, NH 03105
603.518.4000 | 1.800.640.6486
Fax: 603.668.6260
P.O. Box 448

Concord
103 No. State St.
Concord, NH 03301
603.224.7479

Lakes Region
67 Water Street Suite 207
Laconia, NH 03246
603.524.5835

North Country
25 Main St.
Lancaster, NH 03584
603.788.4172
P.O. Box 188 Conway, NH 03818

Tri-City Region
3 Wallace St.
Rochester, NH 03866
800.640.6486

Monadnock
20 Central Sq., Suite #210
Keene, NH 03431
603.357.8772 

Dover
35 Third St.
Dover, NH 03820
603.742.5662

Nashua
60 Main Street Suite 240
Nashua, NH 03060
603.889.7189

Seacoast
11 Sandy Point Rd.
Stratham, NH 03885
603.518.4002
Fax: 603.668.6260

Upper Valley
63 Hanover St.
Lebanon, NH 03766
603.298.8237

The Children’s Place & Parent Education Center
27 Burns Ave. 
Concord, NH 03302
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