Direct services include a 24-hour crisis and support line, shelter, safe housing, case management, court advocacy, safety planning, transportation, peer counseling, support groups, personal advocacy, economic independence training, transitional housing services, information and referral, and emergency childcare. TPN works with individuals and their families in Sullivan County, NH each year and services are open to all, regardless of income. All services are free of charge.
TPN also offers school and community-based prevention education and outreach. Pre-K-12 programming is taught to more than 2400 students annually. Community-based work teaches adults to be effective bystanders in preventing violence from occurring and making our community safer. This program is presented to the general public, groups, and businesses.
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