Every Child Deserves a Second Chance
There are times when a child deserves a second chance -
a chance to experience the joys of childhood and a chance to live in a structured, yet supportive and nurturing environment. The Webster House offers that second chance. Children between the ages 8 & 18 come to the Webster House when it is in their best interest to live away from their home for a period of time.
Webster House provides a substitute home for these children, offering a secure and structured environment with the primary goals of providing stability to a child’s life while rebuilding self-esteem, confidence, and reestablishing and rebuilding family relationships, whenever possible. For many children, the Webster House provides a home environment where structure, safety, love, caring, respect and stability exist.
Webster House, located in Manchester NH, has been providing a supportive place for those unable to live at home since 1884.
We couldn't do it without you.
To the Norwin S. and Elizabeth N. Bean Foundation for supporting Webster House with a $20,000 grant.
To the Cogswell Benevolent Trust for aiding us with a $15,000 grant to support our CARF accreditation costs.
We thank both organizations for your help supporting New Hampshire children.
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Letter from a former resident
“They [Webster House] taught me about responsibility and helped me move past all the bad things that happened to me. The staff at the Webster House gave me hope that one day I would be part of a family. It is because of the kindness and generosity of the people who work there that I learned to be proud of whom I am, and they helped encourage me to be the person that I am today”