YWCA Emily's Place - Manchester n/a

  • Manchester NH, 03101
  • Contact Phone: (603) 668-2299
  • Clinic Details: Emily’s Place is an emergency shelter program where individuals and their children can experience supportive community living while rebuilding their lives after domestic and/or sexual violence. Emily’s Place is at a confidential location. We have support available for clients trying to maintain substance free lives, however, alcohol and drugs are not permitted in the house.

  • Website: https://www.ywcanh.org/
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