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Marcia Scovel Sprague

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Concord Monitor

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Concord, New Hampshire,03302

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Concord Monitor Online is published by the Concord Monitor, an award-winning daily newspaper located in New Hampshire's capital city. ( Read about the paper's history ). Our goal is to provide you authoritative local and state news, sports and business stori...more

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Treating The Homeless Like They Were Leapers? | Care of Poor People, Inc.

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Marcia Sprague, director of the Concord Homeless Resource Center, testified that she assists about 32 new people each month.
The resource center is a private organization. In a typical month, Sprague said she's successful in finding housing for about five people. Some people are willing to move elsewhere in the state to find shelter, Sprague said. "The fact that we would ask people to move 30 miles away to sleep somewhere overnight when their lives are in Concord is bewildering," Sprague said. "It's frustrating because they have important things going on in Concord." Dempsey noted that Sprague is an advocate for the homeless who has spoken at rallies and argued for homeless residents' right to camp on state land. "But you heard Ms. Sprague concede that a lot of individuals don't want to be inside," Dempsey said.


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Marcia Sprague, director of the Concord Homeless Resource Center, asked that question at a rally in front of the State House yesterday afternoon.
Sprague said she understands that the Concord police are enforcing the rights of private property owners, and that state officials chose to clear homeless camps on their property after a number of incidents last year. But that doesn't change the plight of people living on that land. "The big picture is everyone has to be off at the same time," she said.


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Marcia Sprague, director of the Concord Homeless Resource Center, asked that question at a rally in front of the State House yesterday afternoon.
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By MARCIA SPRAGUE
(Marcia Sprague is director of the Concord Homeless Resource Center.


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The resource center, a project of the Concord Coalition to End Homelessness, re-opened April 4 in a church-owned building at 6 S. State St. that also houses Cornerstone Family Resources, said Marcia Sprague, director of the resource center.
"It's not a larger space," she said yesterday, "but it's our own space. . . . We pretty much had taken over the basement of the church. "What we try and do is help people get on their own feet," Sprague said. (The center isn't affiliated with the Open Hands Resource Center that opened in February at 208 N. Main St., though Sprague said she hopes to coordinate with that center, which is run by members of the River of Grace Church.) The coalition's resource center has been growing, Sprague said, and is now receiving regular grant funding and has partnered with the Granite United Way. A wall was taken down to turn two smaller rooms into one larger one, a handicapped bathroom was added along with other construction, Sprague said. "It's a wonderful, very cozy space," she said. An open house to show off the new space is scheduled for June 1, Sprague said. Marcia Sprague Marcia Sprague


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