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New Generation provides housing and support for 9 pregnant or parenting women

Apply for Help at New Generation

Application Requirements

New Generation provides housing for pregnant or parenting women over 18 years of age and children up to 9 years old. Candidates can apply for 1 of 7 places in group housing shelter, or if space is available, for 1 of 3 places in our transitional apartment. To be eligible for our transitional apartment, the applicant must be working or in school at least 30 hours per week and have reliable transportation.

Download application:

Shelter Application (.pdf)

Transitional apartment (.pdf)

What’s it like at New Generation?

We believe that the best environment for residents combines the love and comfort of an affirming environment with the structure of a daily routine. Our house rules and individual responsibilities include:

Seeking permanent housing, while working towards educational and vocational goals.

Attending weekly parenting education sessions & meeting for weekly case management with our Residential Manager.

Performing 10 hours of community volunteer work per week if not in school or working.

Completing daily chores and taking turns with housemates for group dinner preparation.

Working towards personal goals, such as obtaining a driver’s license or a car, obtaining a GED or college degree, or improving cooking, money management, or vocational skills.

Friendship, reunions and continuing services are available to past residents and their families as part of our ongoing Aftercare Program.

Need Help?

Call for an interview at (603) 436-4989

Download an application:

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We’re always happy to show folks what we do at New Generation! Call to schedule your visit.

Call us at (603) 436-4989

“A great big thanks to the New Gen folks for remembering my birthday after all these years, that really means a lot! As for Ruthie, I will NEVER FORGET the day I met her and how she chose me as one of the lucky ones to be a part of New Generation so many years ago. I will always be indebted to her and Toni Trotzer for being instrumental in guiding me during troubled times. So, please let her know that not only do I return the ‘Hello,’ but I would like to extend a ‘Thank you Ruthie!'”
UrsulaFormer Resident