How You Can Help!
Stay informed about health and safety issues facing youth and families in our community. Visit the CATS website resource pages or visit a statewide resource such as drugfreeNH.org.
Share your concerns and suggestions for building a safer community. Join with others and sign the Safe Homes & Communities pledge. Learn about advocacy.
Share your time, dedicated interest, and expertise with CATS. From providing event support to writing a blog to serving on our Board of Directors there are a variety of ways to help your community.
In order to create sustainable change it is vital that individuals and organizations in the community be involved. CATS frequently collaborates with multiple sectors within the community as well as regional and state networks, and national groups.
CATS must pay the phone bill too! CATS relies on diverse funding to support its operations. Tax-deductible in-kind and financial support is always appreciated. CATS is a non-profit corporation recognized under Section 501 (C) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code and is registered with the Charitable Trusts Unit of the NH Department of Justice Office of the Attorney General.