Resources for the Homeless

Resources for the Homeless

Community Health Centers of Burlington in Vermont started the Homeless Health Care Program (HHP) in 1989 and works with partner organizations that help treat and care for all of the homeless and risk patients in the area.


The Health Care for the Homeless Program of Manchester, NH conducts a primary care clinic at the New Horizons for New Hampshire Shelter and at the Families in Transition Housing program.


Harbor Care in New Hampshire offers primary, preventive and behavioral health care to youth and adults who are without health insurance, with health insurance, homeless or at risk, living with friends and family, low income or with Medicaid or Medicare.


Greater Seacoast Community Health offers easy-to-access health care at several places in the Seacoast, bringing medical, dental, counseling, and social work services to convenient places like shelters, soup kitchens, and public housing.


American Academy of Family Physicians


The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation


Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration


U.S. Department of Health and Human Services


National Alliance to End Homelessness


National Coalition for the Homeless


National Health Care for the Homeless Council


Other Resources to Support Homeless Populations 

The Vermont Coalition to End Homelessness offers resources, shares information, provides a forum for decision-making and promotes decent, safe, fair, affordable shelter for all.