Representative Ann McClane Kuster of NH’s 2nd Congressional District offers her thoughts on our 40th Anniversary Congratulations CCCNH from Congresswoman Ann Kuster On behalf of my constituents across New Hampshire's Second Congressional District, thank you to everyone involved with the Crisis Center for your ongoing dedication to survivors and their families. I look forward to […]
Hi all! We turned 40!! I can hardly believe it myself. If you couldn’t make it to the event, but wished you could have, here is a fantastic video created by Dave Waldman of Treasured Memories Video (also a Building on Hope partner). We had a wonderful time and hope you enjoy these highlights!
We’ve been busy preparing the shelter for an amazing renovation. We are proud to be partnered with Building on Hope to get this accomplished. Take a look at this piece done by NBC Boston just for us https://www.nbcboston.com/news/local/Shelter-Getting-More-Beds-for-Domestic-Abuse-Victims-474521993.html
We’ve had an incredible year, all leading up to an amazing Shelter renovation and a new location for our staff. Take a look at this article in the Concord Monitor for the latest update! http://www.concordmonitor.com/Concord-crisis-center-new-location-16920877
The Crisis Center of Central New Hampshire has changed my life. I am so grateful to have been a guest there. When I first arrived I was scared, shaken, and confused. I was so far away from home, in another state. I was alone and had no one. I didn’t know what to think because […]
Building on Hope Selects Crisis Center of Central New Hampshire for Community-Supported Renovation Project Emergency shelter supporting women seeking independence following abusive relationships will undergo major renovations in spring 2018 Manchester, NH – Building on Hope, an organization of New Hampshire volunteers who have completed $3.6 million in community-supported, non-profit renovation projects since forming in […]
We’re excited to welcome Americorps Victim Assistance Program (AVAP) member, Rachel Lewis to the CCCNH team. Rachel joins us from Durango, Colorado where she settled after finishing her undergrad in Savannah, Georgia. Rachel became involved in advocacy work “after hearing too many stories from people I met, friends and family.” She joined the Americorps Victim […]
Join us on Friday, April 17th at 5:30 pm for the New Hampshire premiere of the much-anticipated, much-talked about documentary, The Hunting Ground at Red River Theatres in Concord. Tickets are on sale now. From the makers of “The Invisible War” comes a startling expose of rape crimes on U.S. college campuses, their institutional cover-ups […]