Inside the Front Door
Derek never needed help supporting his family. Then the pandemic hit and he lost his job. Derek is a local chef and the sole provider for his wife and their 13-year-old-daughter. Last year, his job was furloughed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. He received...
Major renovations completed at the Norwell Home and our main office (both on Concord Street in Nashua) will improve safety and comfort for our clients, staff and volunteers. Norwell Home Renovations The Norwell Home houses up to eight homeless mothers and their...
The Front Door Agency is awarded $125,000 through TD Charitable Foundation’s Housing For Everyone grant program. The Agency will use the funds to address the rental crisis in Greater Nashua.
Doug Howard, our Housing Stability Program Manager, answers questions about the families facing homelessness as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and how we’re helping.
Heather Jackman, a senior at Rivier University, joins the Front Door Agency as a Marketing Intern this semester.
For many of the families we serve at the Front Door Agency, the realities of the pandemic and accompanying economic fallout have been devastating. Here is an update on trends we’re seeing within our community, and how we’re helping families avoid homelessness and remain self-sufficient.
The Front Door Agency received a $25,000 grant from the Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation. The funds will be used to help individuals and families in Greater Nashua with rental assistance/eviction prevention, emergency housing and affordable housing, foreclosure prevention, and food security.
The Norwell Home houses up to eight homeless mothers and their children in Phase I of our Transformational Housing Program. To ensure their safety and wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond, the building is currently undergoing renovations.
As a Case Manager for families in Phase II of our Transformational Housing Program, Coraima will provide direction, support, and guidance to help young, single mothers further their education and job training on their journey toward self-sufficiency.
During Domestic Violence Awareness Month, it’s important to pause and explore a significant cause of homelessness: domestic violence.