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Screen Shot 2015-08-11 at 9.03.54 PMMANCHESTER, NHLiberty House has a current resident who’s ready to move on but is having trouble finding an apartment. If you are a landlord in Manchester or know someone who is and would like to be part of the process of getting a veteran back on his feet, please share this message. This is not a cry for charity, Dan is not looking for free housing, we’re just trying to expand his search.

Dan’s Request:

  1. A large 1BR or 2BR apt. Willing to pay up $825/month no utilities, up to $900-925/month utilities included.
  2. Prefer washer-dryer hookups in apartment, must have laundry onsite.
  3. Need to be near public transportation.
  4. Would prefer if a convenience store is nearby.
  5. Areas in order of preference:
    -CMC area (Rimmon Heights, Notre Dame, North of Piscataquog River)
    -North End Area (North of Bridge St.)
    -Hanover Hill Area (East of Lincoln/Wilson St., South of Bridge St.)
    -Elliot Hospital Area
    -Bakersville Area (South of Queen City Ave., close to Calef Rd.)
    -Area within a few blocks east of S. Willow
    -Downtown near Elm St. or East of Maple


    If you have any leads for Dan, please contact Lindsay either by email (lindsay@libertyhousenh.org) or by phone at (603) 669-0761.


    About Liberty House: For more than a decade, Liberty House in Manchester, NH has been providing a safe, supportive, substance-free housing community for American veterans transitioning out of homelessness. Since opening our doors in 2004, our dedicated team of staff and volunteers has helped more than 200 homeless veterans rejoin their communities and regain fulfilling, independent lives. Read more here.


     

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