Transitional Living

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Region TLP houses are in Concord, Dover, and Manchester. Youth are accepted from the entire state. Eligibility Homeless Youth, youth exiting foster care, and those at imminent risk ages 18-21 (upon entry) Fee TLP residents contribute 30% of their income towards rent. Don't need to be employed to be eligible. Contact Manchester, Concord, Dover
603-518-4380

If you are a young person, 18-21, who is experiencing homelessness, are at risk of homeless, the Transitional Living Program can help.

TLP is a safe, time-limited housing program that provides supportive services to help young people toward self-sufficient, independent living.

As a TLP resident, you will receive assistance with employment, finishing high school education or equivalent. You contribute a portion of income to rent, and a percentage to savings, and meet weekly with a TLP care coordinator to work on reaching your goals.

In addition to safe housing, you will have access to educational, vocational and community resources and independent living skill building, and will benefit from the guidance and support of our staff, while you move toward independence.

You may remain in TLP for 12-18 months.

Meet Our Team

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Erin Kelly, MA Director kellye@waypointnh.org
Mandy Lancaster
Mandy Lancaster, MSW Manager lancasterm@waypointnh.org

Funding

Administration for Children and Families – Family and Youth Services Bureau

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