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Rental assistance in Manchester and Nashua region.

Programs in Hillsborough County New Hampshire can help pay rent, offer low income housing, and prevent evictions. Residents of Manchester, Nashua, and the surrounding county can all get emergency rent help or money to pay a security deposit from charities or the government. The financial help has a focus for assisting those facing eviction, seniors, or families with young children.

Several different non-profits, housing authorities, and government operated rental assistance programs operate in the region. Together they offer families and individuals access to a number of services and resources. there may be grants to use to pay housing and rent expenses, security deposits, and other housing type bills. Some programs focus on the low income, others on the unemployed or people who are faced with a crisis. However it is always best to call for information on local Nashua and Manchester rent programs as many referrals can be offered too.

Nashua Housing Authority – While they manage section 8 rent properties, they are a good place to call for information on rent assistance. Clients can learn more about Section 8 in New Hampshire, and the non-profit can provide other information on low income housing that may be available in the southern part of the state. 101 Major Drive, Nashua, New Hampshire 03060-4783, 603-883-5661

Milford Welfare Department – Get help with rent, if you have a notice to quit your property or eviction letter. First month’s rent as well as security deposits can also be paid, as well as other bills and expenses.

Marguerite's Place – Women who are in a crisis can access transitional housing. Address is 87 Palm Street, Nashua, NH 03060, phone 603-598-1582.

New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority – This non-profit government agency provides services to the entire state of New Hampshire, including Manchester and Nashua. They can arrange emergency rental assistance to qualified low income families. Location is 32 Constitution Drive, Bedford, New Hampshire. Dial 471-8623.




Manchester Housing and Redevelopment Authority provides section 8 HUD vouchers for the city. There is low income, rent subsidized apartments or homes as well as self-sufficiency. Or seniors and the disabled can apply for emergency section 8 HCV. The PHA is at 198 Hanover Street, Manchester, NH 03104-6125. Call (603) 624-2100.

The Way Home – If you or your family is facing eviction and/or homelessness, this group may be able to help. Programs can assist residents and help them both obtain and keep affordable rental housing, including apartments. Specifically, services include housing advocacy, tenant education, budgeting, emergency funding, landlord-tenant negotiations, security deposit loans, and general counseling and referrals. 214 Sprcue Street, 627-3491

Southern New Hampshire Services Housing and Homeless Outreach - The homeless outreach specialist at the non-profit SNHS organization works to help individuals or families who are in danger of eviction, or assist people who are currently homeless. Get help in finding housing and pay back rent. Call 603-668-8010. Address is 40 Pine Street, Manchester, New Hampshire 03103

Neighborhood Housing Services of Greater Nashua – Another non-profit, that is also part of NeighborWorks America. Can offer low income housing, with a focus on senior programs. 63 Temple St., Nashua, NH 03060, dial 603-882-2077

Hillsborough County NH Salvation Army is located at 121 Cedar Street, Manchester, NH 03101. Dial 603-627-7013. It provides help to people in Bedford and Manchester and partners with the City Welfare department. Housing and rent assistance is available to local individuals or families who have become unemployed after a consistent employment history or who are faced with an unexpected emergency.

New Hampshire Housing – They administer a rental assistance program that is funded and was created in partnership by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The New Hampshire Housing agency helps tenants with their overdue rental payments by paying a portion of the monthly rent directly to the landlord. (603) 472-8623







Manchester Neighborhood Housing Services Inc. – Can help coordinate safe, quality, yet low cost and affordable housing for low and moderate income families in Manchester New Hampshire. 603.626.4663

Greater Manchester AIDs Project  is at 170 Lowell Street. They only offer support for housing and shelter to AIDs / HIV patients only. Call (603) 623-0710.

Town Offices can be contacted. Most offer some type of welfare program, which will provide financial aid for rent and grants for other bills. Each agency is focused on stopping homelessness in Hillsborough, including for at risk clients such as single parents and the elderly.

Merrimack Valley Assistance
Address is 170 Lowell Street
Manchester, New Hampshire 03104
(603) 623-0710
The non-profit offers case management, money for rental or utility deposits, and coordinates counseling.

Hillsborough County - NH Legal Aid
Dial (800) 639-5290. Low income families can get free legal help to stop an eviction and address housing matters.

Nashua Shelter not only provides transitional housing and shelter, but funds can also be used for paying housing costs such as rental expenses. They also offer food, furniture for a new home, and more. The address is 2 Quincy Street, Nashua, NH 03061, dial (603) 889-7770, or read more on Nashua Shelter rent assistance programs.

Southern New Hampshire Services – This is the private, non-profit corporation chartered in the State of New Hampshire, and is currently the Community Action Agency for Hillsborough County. It is a great place to call for information, referrals, and help for housing, rent, heating bills. They can also help tenants apply for loans for past due rent. The non-profit can also usually assist with a variety of other needs that the low income or working poor may have. (603) 668.8010


By Jon McNamara














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