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What Your Donations Do

The Crisis Center of Central NH has 7 full-time staff, in addition to AmeriCorps workers, and Volunteers. All of the services we provide are free to the survivors and families who come to us. We provide Advocacy in courts and hospitals as well as running a 24-hour Crisis Line. In addition, we support an emergency shelter. It takes time, people, money, food, office supplies, etc to provide the services we have, which is something we cannot do without the support of our volunteers, people and businesses who come alongside us in our collective service.
Domestic and sexual violence, elder and child abuse, and stalking are issues in our state and our nation which we must address. It will take a united effort to bring to light these evils in our society and to be voices and a force for change. With your help we can provide more complete services to survivors, and more importantly education. This education can change the mindset of future victims, abuser, law-makers, trusted adults, and the state. What we do is not just an extension of the Women’s movement. What we do is an extension of basic human rights; a race that must be run by men and women, members of every race, all religions, regardless of sexual orientation, education, or economic status.
The people we serve are mothers or fathers, brothers or sisters, grandparents, children or parents, nieces or nephews, and friends of every person in this county. These crimes affect us all, which means CCCNH and organizations like it help us all.


Conversations with Crisis Line volunteers and advocates are protected under confidentiality. This means that information shared during a crisis line call or one-on-one conversations with "on-duty" advocates cannot be disclosed without your written consent.
The only exceptions to confidentiality is in regards to abuse of a child or abuse of an incapacitated adult.