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Fri, Apr 15


Ashland THS

Ashland Transitional Housing Services Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting

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Ashland Transitional Housing Services Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting
Ashland Transitional Housing Services Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting

Time & Location

Apr 15, 2022, 1:00 PM

Ashland THS, 71 Main St, Ashland, NH 03217, USA

About the event


Alisa Gibson, Director of Marketing and Development 603-746-7550


Ashland Transitional Housing Services Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting

Manchester, NH – Manchester Transitional Housing Services is now open and will be hosting a grand opening and ribbon cutting.

Friday, April 15, 2022 at 1:00 PM 71 Main St. Ashland, NH 03217

Photo and interview opportunities will be available, and we invite all media to attend and celebrate this momentous occasion with us.

About Ashland Transitional Housing

NFI North’s Ashland Transitional Housing (THS) program provides a supportive – yet temporary – type of accommodation that is meant to bridge the gap to successful permanent housing by offering structure, supervision, support, life skills, and in some cases, education and training. It is meant to provide a safe, supportive environment where individuals can overcome trauma and begin to rebuild their support network.

The services offered at THS are designed to be responsive to the unique needs of the individual and to effectively engage natural, community, and family support systems so that community integration is wholly obtainable. Psychiatric services, medication management, clinical services, medical services, case management, specialized and co-occurring treatment services, vocational and day treatment services are provided. We implement evidence-based practice approaches that include Illness Management and Recovery and Supported Employment.

About NFI North NFI North is a nonprofit human service agency specializing in home and community-based services for children, youth, adults, seniors and families with emotional, behavioral and educational needs. The agency promotes independence and self-sufficiency in small, participant-driven services, which places participant goals and hope for the future ahead of all else. The agency’s focus is on understanding and respecting the whole person, while, at the same time, helping him or her grow and develop within the context of their family and community.

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