Materials and Resources: Info on NH and Federal Budget

A list of resources for Manchester’s homeless service and housing providers will be gathered and updated on this page. Please be aware that this information can become out-of-date because of how quickly the status of legislative matters can change. The information will be updated as often as possible.

Housing Action NH (HANH)
HANH is at the forefront organization that monitors and advocates on state and federal housing issues for NH agencies.
Their website: housingactionnh.org
Their advocacy alerts: housingactionnh.org/take-action/action-alerts

National Alliance to End Homelessness (NAEH)
NAEH monitors and informs homeless service and housing providers on news and legislative matters at the federal level.
Their website: www.endhomelessness.org
Their advocacy alerts: www.endhomelessness.org/section/library

NH Children’s Lobby
As CFS’s advocacy wing, NH Children’s Lobby advocates on issues regarding youth and children in NH.
Their website: www.cfsnh.org/pages/advocacy
Their advocacy alerts: www.cfsnh.org/lobbynews

The following is a link to advocacy Do’s and Dont’s, which is found on NH Children’s Lobby’s website:
www.cfsnh.org/pages/advocacy/tips

The following is a link of an interactive chart of the President’s full FY2011 budget proposal from the New York Times: www.nytimes.com/interactive/2010/02/01/us/budget

Click the following image to see a chart that breaks down the funding for homeless assistance programs in the President’s FY2011 budget proposal (from the National Alliance to End Homelessness’ website).