- The Family Support Warm Line
- Early Childhood & Family Support
- Resources for Families Affected by Incarceration
- Family Preservation & Strengthening
- Home Care for Older Adults & Adults with Disabilities
- Services for young people experiencing homelessness
Youth Resource Centers
Region Manchester, Rochester and soon in Concord Eligibility Youth, 12-22, who have run away or are experiencing homelessness Fee No cost to client Contact Manchester
If you are a young person experiencing homelessness, you have a place to go in Waypoint's Youth Resource Centers at 298 Hanover St. Manchester, and 3 Wallace St. Rochester.
The YRCs are judgment-free safe zones where you can drop in and receive everything from survival aid to services that can help to change the course of your life.
At the YRCs, you can get food, clothing, do your laundry, take a shower, and get access to computers and phones. In addition, you can connect with staff who GET IT. They can help you to obtain documentation papers, connection to State benefits including Medicaid, and get access to education and vocational resources, physical and mental healthcare, and emergency shelter and housing options. You may also participate in life skills workshops and recreational activities and events.
Our goal is to ensure your safety and well-being, help you to build permanent connections, self-sufficiency, and to reach the goals you set for your own success.
The YRCs are open on variable schedules. Please reach out to us for hours. Services are free and voluntary.