The diverse array of housing options provided at Families in Transition does more than provide shelter for individuals and families who face homelessness. We also strive to provide our residents with a meaningful connection to their community and a true sense of home.

Our residential buildings in ManchesterConcordDover, and Wolfeboro, New Hampshire house nearly 500 people on any given night. These refurbished historic sites and newly-built housing facilities are carefully planned and maintained with sustainable design principles. They offer clean, safe, affordable living to the many residents who come to call FIT home.

FIT provides an array of housing options to meet the diverse needs of homeless individuals and families.

FIT’s programming has been highly successful, enabling the vast majority of its participants to achieve stability and attain/maintain permanent housing. Over 80% of FIT participants move from Transitional Housing into Permanent Housing. In addition, over 85% of participants in Permanent Supportive Housing successfully maintain housing stability for six months or longer.

Find information on housing in the Manchester area here. Learn about housing opportunities in Concord here. More about our housing in Dover is available here. More about our housing in Wolfeboro is available here.