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Isaiah 58 NH…
Provides the opportunity for individuals and families to experience formative change. By addressing basic needs for food, clothing and shelter, including affordable housing, life skills training, educational and personalized clinical support, Isaiah 58 NH helps its participants reach their potential.
Mentors and supports individuals through various assistance programs helping them back on their feet and into adequate affordable housing.
Provides food, clothing, furniture, counsel and general assistance to families and individuals in need.
Advocates for justice in issues related to hunger and homelessness.
Our mission is to end homelessness in western Rockingham County, NH. We believe that second only to food, housing is a basic need. All New Hampshire families should have adequate nutrition and housing as a foundation for a productive life. Along with shelter we will provide supportive services for a successful transition to sustainable housing. For the housing insecure, homeless prevention coaching/counseling will be provided.
We are committed to adding at least one new affordable housing unit each year in western Rockingham County. Our long term goal is to provide various forms of shelter in western Rockingham County for those in need and to provide the supportive services so our clients can succeed and maintain a productive and healthy life style. Currently we house nine families in Isaiah units, seven families receive monthly rental assistance and eight others regularly receive food, utility, and/or transportation assistance.
"Is not this the fast that I choose: to loose the bonds of injustice, to undo the thongs of the yoke, to let the oppressed go free, and to break every yoke? Is it not to share your bread with the hungry, and bring the homeless poor into your house." Isaiah 58:6-7
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals to improve living conditions of our clients and assist them in creating a tranquil home environment which fosters a life of meaning and purpose.
Isaiah 58 NH attempts to transform families and individuals with challenging pasts and difficult presents into futures filled with hope and possibilities. We began our “Fund the Need” program in 2018.
Our “Fund the Need” program is a six month or one year commitment. You decide what you want to give each month. We will give you a number of options (individuals and families) from which to choose which “needs” of those individuals and families you want to help support. Those needs are based on the monthly commitments Isaiah has setup with those individuals and families as part of their “Needs and Commitment” self-improvement plans.
The “Needs” range from a monthly $25.00 food gift card to $200.00 per month rental assistance and other amounts in-between for utility assistance, childcare assistance, clothing assistance and other “Needs”. You will be paired with an individual or family to support and will receive monthly progress reports on how your family or individual is doing. Normally their names will not be shared in-order to protect their dignity. We believe that dignity and self-improvement go hand-in-hand. Your support brings dignity and self-improvement to those we assist. If you would like to help “Fund the Need” please contact us at 603-952-8000 for more information
Single mom w/1 child.
Single mom w/2 children.
Single mom w/1 teenage son w/special needs.
Single mom w/3 children. One w/special needs.
Single dad w/3 children. One w/special needs.
Family w/2 children.
Disabled middle aged women.
Disabled young man.
Single woman living on social security
Middle aged woman. Helping raise grandchildren.
Disabled couple living on Social Security.
Contact Isaiah if you would like to learn more about the specific needs of the above families and individuals and FUND THE NEED
Isaiah serves those in need of clothing out of our Clothing Donation Center, 68 N. Broadway, We are open again for people to come in and get items they need. The hours are Wednesday 9am – 12. and Thursdays 5-8pm. Donations are still being handled the same….people need to text Carrie at 603-234-1982 to discuss items, and if relevant, set up an appointment for drop off. We need infant and toddlers clothing, mens sweatpants, jeans of various sized, and hooded sweatshirts as we have very few of those items. We very much appreciate all our donars do to improve the lives of our clients.
We are always looking for volunteers to help at the Center. Text 603-234-1982 if you would like to volunteer.
472 State Route 111, Unit J 102, Hampstead, New Hampshire 03841, United States
09:00 am – 03:00 pm
Monday - Friday: 9am - 3pm
Closed: Sunday and Saturday
Please call us at 603-952-8000 between 9:00am and 3:00pm Monday through Thursday. Set up an appointment for an intake. If no one answers leave a message with your name, phone number and a short description of your situation and need. Someone will contact you within 48 hours. Please do not just stop in expecting an appointment. Schedule an appointment by calling 603-952-8000 between 9:00am and 3:00pm Tuesday through Thursday.
Go to the "Download" section of this website. Download "Isaiah Intake Application", print it and fill it out. Bring it with you when you come for your appointment. If you have any problems filling it out we will assist you.
We have finished renovating 2of 3 tiny mobile homes
We will own or manage nine housing units when these are completed. Our goal was eight in eight years. Thanks to the generosity of suporters and the diligence of the board of directors and volunteers we have exceeded our goal.
This unit is now occupied..
This unit is now occupied.
Work is almost completeon this unit.
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