What is “GNIHN”?
At the Anne-Marie House in Hudson, NH, GNHIN accommodates up to 24 persons–mostly in family groups–who experience homelessness. GNHIN offers these families shelter and supportive services, for up to two years.
Three staff persons oversee this program, and more than 400 active volunteers offer time and talents to make a “home …for now.”
If you are 18 or older and would like to join over 30 trained volunteers from our congregation who provide hospitality at Anne-Marie House, please contact Betsy Cissel.
Being trained does not obligate you to participate, but it will give you a new awareness of the problems families face that lead to homelessness.