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Mission Statement

Provide safe, welcoming, non-judgmental space and supportive services for homeless & housing insecure residents of Mt Washington Valley.

Strategic Plan

Funded by a grant from NH Charitable Foundation, the Way Station recently completed our strategic plan. Learn about our vision for the near-term future! You can read it here.


Find Us / Reach Us


Hours of Operation

CALL (603) 452-7113 for support. You can leave a message seven days a week; we will reply by phone during operating hours and help make a plan.


In addition, we're currently offering on-site services on Mondays 10am-2pm (only by appointment) and drop-in or by appointment via curbside on Thursdays 10am-6pm, with "go bags" including client's mail, toiletries, laundry cards & detergent, phone cards, emergency food, camping supplies (if available and needed) and more. We also meet with clients weekly, conduct wellness calls, develop relationships with people who seek our help, and support client goals with advocacy and referrals to additional resources. Note that we aren't a shelter. We cannot offer housing.

Scope of Services

  • Phones and phone cards with calling and internet access

  • Mail box address

  • Shower facilities / toiletries

  • Laundry and supplies (by appointment on as-needed basis as COVID protocols permit)
  • Supplies: toiletries, sleeping bags, tents, blankets, towels, etc.

  • Referrals to other Mt Washington Valley services:

    • Town representatives

    • Tri-County Cap Homeless Intervention & Prevention team

    • Recovery Organizations: Mt Washington Valley Supports Recovery & White Horse

    • Dept of Health & Human Services - DHHS

    • White Mountain Community Health

    • Northern Human Services

    • School family liaisons - SAU9 School District and others as needed

    • Children Unlimited

    • VA - Veteran Support

    • NH Works

    • Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP

    • Gibson Center thrift shop and senior services

    • Vaughan Center

    • Food Pantries

    • Starting Point

    • C3PH: Carroll County Community Public Health (Granite State United Way)

    • 211

    • ServiceLink

    • More

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