REACH Crisis Services at YWCA NH provides comprehensive crisis services in our community. Proceeds from this event will support our ability to offer services such as 24/7 crisis counseling, support, and safety planning; community accompaniment to police stations, courts, hospitals, and child advocacy centers; housing support including our emergency shelter program Emily’s Place, Housing First program, and our new transitional housing program; support groups; family violence prevention services in collaboration with the Division for Children, Youth, and Families; partnership on the Adverse Childhood Experiences Response Team; and community education, outreach, and prevention.
Each year, we serve over 2,700 victims, survivors, and their family members and in 2019, we provided approximately 3,400 emergency shelter bed nights. We are open 24/7, 365 days a year. To learn more about our crisis program please visit: https://www.ywcanh.org/reach.
Your support is critical to providing access and support for those who need it.