Resources and Information on COVID-19

 

 

Neighborhood House is committed to connecting our clients with vital community resources. The Family Support Center provides community-based support to parents and caregivers of vulnerable children and adults; those who are disabled, medically fragile, drug exposed, abused or neglected, and those at risk of abuse or neglect.

Jack Jarman Neighborhood Closet

The Jarman Neighborhood Closet is a space where all of our clients can find useful donations: clothes for all sizes and seasons, books, toys, household items, or shoes. For safety reasons we are now asking all clients to schedule their visit to the closet to avoid gatherings of people from different households. Click here to schedule your visit. If you are interested in donating items for this closet, please contact us!

Support Services for Our Clients

Open Monday through Thursday from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm, The Family Support Center can assist individuals with finding the appropriate resources to meet their needs and achieve their goals. Among other services, the Center supports its clients with family education classes such as parenting classes, healthy relationships, and financial literacy. In collaboration with other resources available in our society, Neighborhood House is able to offer individual case management services to community members in many different areas:

  • Family Violence Situations 
  • Therapy services for families
  • Connect with Community Resources
  • Adult Education
  • Legal Services
  • Health Services
  • Parent Support
  • Access to the Frances W. Burton Foundation Community Cybercenter, the Barbara Cannon Moreton Neighborhood Food Pantry, and other local resources

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Frances W. Burton Foundation Community Cyber Center

Open Monday through Friday from 6:30 am to 5:30 pm, the Frances W. Burton Foundation Community Cyber Center is a welcoming space where everyone has access to an internet connection, several computers and a printer. At the Community Cyber Center you can check your email, read the news, create a resume and apply for a job, or keep track of your child's progress in school. To use the Community Cyber Center, you just have to come to Neighborhood House and ask the front desk for a password. Feel free to contact Neighborhood House if you have any questions!

Barbara Cannon Moreton Neighborhood Food Pantry

Open Monday through Friday from 6:30 am to 5:30 pm, the Barbara Cannon Moreton Neighborhood Food Pantry is a food resource for all members of our community. Here you can find fresh produce, dairy products, canned foods, pasta, rice, and other varying products supplied once a week. The mission of the Neighborhood House Food Pantry is to relieve hunger for those experiencing food insecurity as well as increase self-sufficiency of individuals in need who have family members attending Neighborhood House.

Caring. Community. Quality.

We increase our families’ capacity for self-sufficiency by providing support services, building on strengths, enhancing life skills, and strengthening community linkages.

 

“You made my day more than great with all the help you gave me!” 
— NH Parent

 

“Gracias por su disponibilidad para ayudar a los demas.” 
— NH Parent

Neighborhood House Family Support Center can improve your family‘s resiliency and sufficiency by providing you with supportive services and connecting you with resources. We want to nurture your family by keeping it healthy, intact, and well informed about all community resources available to you.

Questions?

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Meet Rocío Torres, our Family Support Center Manager

You can contact Rocío via email or by phone (801) 363-4593 ext. 129 to schedule an appointment or learn more about the services offered at Neighborhood House Family Support Center.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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