Become a Resident
If you’re a veteran and are interested in substance-free, stable housing, our doors are open. Veterans from any military service branch- Active, Reserve or National Guard- regardless of combat status or length of service are welcome. You can join our community by scheduling an initial interview with one of our staff members using the contact information below or by visiting us. All applicants must have their military service records. If you need help obtaining this, we will happily assist you
If we don’t have an immediate opening, our staff will be happy to help you access resources until a bed becomes available.
How to Apply:
- Download or fill out an Initial Application.
- One of our staff members will contact you via phone to schedule an initial interview.
- Bring your application and DD214 to your initial interview where you will meet with our staff and current residents. You can also fax these documents to us at (603) 669-8024.
- If one of our beds isn’t immediately available, the best way to ensure the next bed goes to you is to keep in touch. Let us know how you’re doing, what you’ve been up to, and how we can help.
- Every prospective resident must have a current TB test (within three months) on record. If you are in need of a TB test, one can be obtained from your local VA.
- Once a bed becomes available and has been offered to a prospective resident, the applicant must pass a drug/alcohol test before being admitted into the house.
– DD214 (copy)
New Years Celebration
Thursday, December 14, 2017
This New Years Eve we are ringing in the new year with the Manchester Monarchs. The Monarchs are holding a fundraiser for us and for every ticket sold, $4 will be donated to Liberty House. This is a family friendly event. The game begins at 6pm.
With the help of our dedicated staff, veterans in residence, and local community organizations, Liberty House is working to make positive, successful changes in the lives of the brave men and women who have served our country.
Episode 019: Watching Them Fly
Friday, August 21, 2015
At 17, Mike ran away to join the Army. After enduring years of abuse from his mother, Mike felt liberated, living a “normal” life for the first time.