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Homeless people in tents struggle while city outreach increases

Living in a tent while almost every business is shut down has proved a challenge. Many non-profit services upon which Manchester’s homeless population relied have been closed down. Many food pantries are no longer open. Many places where homeless people could have lunch and grab some food to go has limited or stopped the services they provide. This has led to a series of daily challenges, the biggest of which is food. READ MORE
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Manchester and Seacoast Pathways successfully shift all services online

Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, Manchester Pathways Clubhouse has been closed, as have many other non-profit services. However, unlike some others who have closed down entirely, Pathways has instead moved its services online. Rather than having members come in every Tuesday and Thursday, now members can come in, they can join Zoom meetings which take place twice a day on the weekdays – once in the morning and once in the afternoon. READ MORE