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You are not to blame. It’s not your fault.
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HOW YOU CAN HELP: With your support we can and will end the cycle of violence.
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OUR SERVICES

Crisis Intervention

CRISIS INTERVENTION

Advocates provide emotional support and information for victims of domestic and sexual violence through our 24-hour support line. Read more…

Emergency Shelter

EMERGENCY SHELTER

We offer a safe, confidential shelter at a non-disclosed location. Our safe house is a comfortable home in a residential environment. Read more…

Support Groups

SUPPORT GROUPS

Would you like some support? We are here to help. The following groups are meeting now in either Nashua and/or Milford: Read more…

Education

EDUCATION

Presentations related to domestic and sexual violence are available to local schools, businesses, and civic groups. Trainings are tailored to each audience. Read more…

Court Advocacy

COURT ADVOCACY

Advocates offer information and assistance in obtaining protective orders and can provide accompaniment to court hearings. Read more…

Programs

PROGRAMS

Bridges offers and participates in a range of programs to support survivors. Read more…

OUR MISSION

To cultivate communities free from violence as we support victims and survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking.

Bridges is supported by the United Way and is a member of the New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence.

NEWS & EVENTS

Home Is (Not Always) A Safe Haven – Recorded May 27, 2020

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, victims are at an even greater risk of experiencing domestic and sexual violence. Guidelines like social distancing are making it harder for victims to reach out for help. This “new normal” has given abusers more excuses to justify and intensify their targeted behaviors. As rapidly as COVID-19 has developed, abusers have

New Building Update: Carriage House

Carriage House conference center will host support groups, meetings, and more This month we’ve made big progress on our new building! Renovations are underway at 28 Concord Street to create a warm and welcoming office that includes child-friendly space, comfortable counseling rooms, computer areas for survivors, and ample room for support groups. We’ll open the

Adopt-A-Room: Be a part of Bridges’ next chapter

This fall Bridges will move to our new space at 28 Concord Street in Nashua. Renovations are underway to create a warm and welcoming office that includes child-friendly space, comfortable counseling rooms, computer areas for survivors, and ample room for support groups. Adopt one of the new rooms or exterior spaces and help us create

August 26 LUNCH CONNECTIONS: The Impact of ACEs

Exploring Trauma: The Impact of ACEs Wednesday, August 26, 2020 12:00pm to 1:00pm ET Register here Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are traumatic experiences that occur before the age of 18. Our bodies, brains, and behaviors are impacted by early trauma and contribute to anxiety and stress. How can we be better equipped to navigate these challenges in our lives and