No one plans to become homeless.
If you have found yourself on this path, you may need help. The Bridge House believes in the worth and dignity of all individuals and provides services to help men, women, families and veterans build the skills needed for healthy independence. The Bridge House is a 20-bed homeless shelter, in Plymouth, NH, that serves Grafton County and New Hampshire’s North Country and partners with individuals and families to help them transition to affordable, permanent housing.
 “VOLUNTEERS DO NOT NECESSARILY HAVE THE TIME; THEY JUST HAVE THE HEART.”
– Elizabeth Andrew
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TBHFunFair2015

10th Annual Community Fun Fair

Smith Bridge Field, Plymouth Saturday, July 18 – Noon on Supporting Veterans & Bridge House Fun Frank Jones Entertainment Paraphernalia Food Chicken, Burgers, Ice Cream, Lemonade, etc Sponsored by The Common Man For info Text Cathy 455 1057 Go to Facebook.com/thebridgehouse…

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USDA grants total more than $3 million for area nonprofits

USDA AWARDS $3 MILLION TO BOLSTER RURAL NEW HAMPSHIRE COMMUNITIES

August 21,  2014 on  rurdev.usda.gov PLYMOUTH, N.H., Aug 21, 2014 — Representatives from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and U.S. Rep. Ann McLane Kuster Thursday visited the Bridge House Veterans Shelter to announce $3,061,900 in federal grants and loans to New…

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