Help for Suicidal War Veterans

On 03/19/2013

On March 13, Dr. Steven S. Coughlin, a former principal investigator at the VA’s Office of Public Health, testified before Congress that U.S. servicemen in danger of suicide are being neglected.

When a local homeless veteran was found dead on the banks of the Nashua River staff at Harbor Homes took it upon themselves to find out how they could better serve the men and women who fought for our country. It is devastating to hear that once again our veterans are being neglected. READ MORE.

In 2003 Harbor Homes founded a program called the Veterans FIRST in hopes of helping veterans who find themselves being neglected, homeless, or just needing help.


Harbor Homes also has  programs such as the Homeless Veterans Reintegration Grant that assist homeless or about to become homeless honorably discharged veterans in getting back to work. They also have the SSVF grant- Support Services for Veterans and Families to assist with housing needs and case management, along with our Veterans First Housing Programs, in Nashua and soon in Manchester. They have compassionate and knowledgeable staff that can help and many sister services as well, such as Keystone, Cynthia Day Center, Health care for the Homeless and the Milford Regional Counseling Center.bor Homes also has

The Veterans FIRST program has successfully provided affordable, supportive housing for our local homeless veterans and their families. This program provides our vets with access to employment and training, the Harbor Homes’  Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program, which helps veterans gain and maintain employment. We also provide out veterans with transportation, case management, access to substance abuse disorder treatment and mental health care, and ancillary primary and preventive healthcare through Harbor Homes’ Harbor Care Health and Wellness Center.

Harbor Homes hopes that the work they do will help end suicide rates among veterans.

Harbor Homes thrives to  provide our local veterans and their families the very  best chance to become successful, independent members of our community and end their homelessness, but we need your support. If you or a loved one is a veteran having suicidal thoughts, Harbor Homes can help. For more information or to DONATE NOW, call 603-882-3616.



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