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Over the long term, a college degree or certificate is an investment that can promote career advancement. In the short term, some may find it challenging to try to make ends meet while in school.
Financial Aid can help college students with the costs of attendance (including some living expenses). However, students typically find that containing living costs is essential to keeping debt manageable and ensuring college success.
Following is a list of some community resources that may be of assistance in that regard.
- Counseling & Outpatient Behavioral Health
- Affordable Housing
- Legal Assistance
- Remote Support for Parents
- Immediate Basic Needs
Note: The above-listed resources are not provided by GBCC. The best way to learn if you qualify for the ones that interest you is to contact the organizations listed directly.
Affordable Health Insurance for Students
Students in need of affordable health insurance options can access the Student Health Insurance Guide, which compares plans and options that are currently available.
988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline
The hotline is available 24 hours a day (English and Spanish options). For more information, click here.
If you or someone you care about is having a mental health or substance use crisis, you can call and speak to trained and caring staff.
You can also call 211 from any NH phone number or go on-line to search the 211 Database yourself.
Additional resources are also available through the Seacoast Directory.
COVID-19 Resources and Updates
If you are looking for resources and updates specifically related to COVID-19, click here.