Addison Place

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Addison Place
Addison Place is listed in the Apartment Referral Service category in Dover, New Hampshire. Displayed below is the only current social network for Addison Place which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Addison Place on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 68.

Contact information for Addison Place is:
62 Whittier St
Dover, NH 03820
(603) 742-9560

"Addison Place" - ZapScore Report

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Addison Place has an overall ZapScore of 68. This means that Addison Place has a higher ZapScore than 68% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Dover, New Hampshire is 40 and in the Apartment Referral Service category is 37. Learn more about ZapScore

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We hope everyone has a fun and safe Memorial Day weekend! And as a reminder, the office will be closed Monday.

Dover Housing Authority added 2 new photos.
Better late than never!! The kids finally got some good weather to have the annual Easter Egg Hunt. Over 500 candy filled eggs were scattered over the field at Whittier falls for the kids. They all were very happy with their treats. Whittier Falls is Opening Doors (and candy filled Easter Eggs) to Opportunities!

Dover Housing Authority added 2 new photos.
Opening Doors-One Family's Story “We have to keep moving-this is our mission, to help the Transformers keep the Decepticons from getting the Red Energon. Every week we have to move our base to make sure it is kept safe. This is what I told my 7 year-old daughter as we packed our belongings and the inflatable bed we borrowed and moved from shelter to shelter every 7 days. I wanted to make it seem a game to Kristin so she wouldn’t get scared.” Sara was a young single mother, and they had no place to live. She wanted so many times to give up…she shed a lot of tears…but she didn’t give up. When they were able to move into Addison Place, Sara felt like things were finally falling into place. The door to “home” was opened. But the days ahead was still hard…Kristin is diabetic and there were many doctor appointments that kept Sara from work; Sara lost her job, and then got in a car accident…it seemed things just kept happening to her that kept her from ever getting ahead. Now living in Dover, Sara would be able to get a Housing Choice Voucher. She was in the office with the Property Manager when the HCV Manager came in and gave her the news. Sara broke down and cried. Finally, she thought, she could get some financial help paying the rent and they could stay in one place. The voucher kept the door to “home” open. Keeping food in the house was difficult; never mind paying her portion of the rent. Sara was asked if she would to meet with the DHA Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) Coordinator to see if the Program was right for her. This free program could help her manage some finances, and plan for the future. She would define her own goals and she would have to come up with a plan and work hard. She could use the program as support, to find resources, to gain control, to define the priorities. There was also the opportunity to start putting money into escrow as her income increased, without her portion of the rent increasing, through this program. Another door opened. “There is a balance between being ‘business-like’ and being compassionate. The staff at Addison Place and Dover Housing kept that balance with me.” The staff believed she had the strength and helped her find tools to work towards her goals. Sara sat with me recently and shared the story of her own childhood. It is not an easy story to share, to say the least, and it won’t be told here. That is something Sara will share with her daughter someday…but not yet. Addison Place and Dover Housing did open doors to opportunities, but Sara found the inner strength to take the steps forward. She decided she could no longer be “passive” and let things “just happen” to her. Sara is still fighting towards her goals. Her strength and commitment to herself and her daughter are truly admirable. The Transformers energy and Kristin and still safe. This is real account, posted only after the family’s review and permission. The names have been changed to protect the privacy of the child involved.

WELCOME TO WHITTIER FALLS! Our new sign is here, just one of the many changes to come. It's more than just a sign, it's changing lives and Opening Doors To Opportunities!

We keep getting teased with tastes of beautiful weather, hopefully it warms up and gets sunny soon!!!