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  • A safe, supportive, well staffed home-like environment

  • Supportive counseling

  • Group counseling

  • Independent Living programming

  • Goal oriented case management

  • A positive, focused behavioral program

  • Crisis management

  • Liaison with schools

  • Community volunteering programming​

  • Community employment programming

  • Homework/academic support

  • Recreational programming including Y trips, beach trips, hiking and biking trips, vacations at Cape Cod, kayaking and camping, and a host of other fun activities that promote social interactions 

  • Healthy outlets for teens 

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Webster House provides individualized treatment services for 19 children at a time. The goal of these services is to provide a safe, stable and structured living environment for the children while they work towards remediating any identified unsafe or disruptive behaviors that may be impacting their ability to function within their home and community. 


Webster House provides 24/7 care to at-risk youth, ages 8-20, who are unable to remain safely placed in their home or community for a variety of reasons. Referrals to Webster House are accepted from the Bureau of Children's Behavioral Health and court ordered placements through the NH Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). Using Evidence-Based practices such as Trust Based Relational Intervention, our goal is to build healthy adult-child attachments, reunify families, prepare young adults for independent living, and support youth in transitioning back into their communities.

For further information about our referral process, please contact our Clinical Director LeRoy Hollis at or Executive Director Blair Stairs at 

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135 Webster Street, Manchester, NH 03104

Main Office: (603) 622-8013

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