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Our Beginning And How We've Evolved

Shepherd's Way was founded in 2017 as Midpoint Recovery Center, a 501(c)(3) charitable nonprofit organization whose mission was to address the opioid crisis in New Hampshire. In May of 2018, the organization's name was changed to Shepherd's Way, Inc. and, the mission began focusing more on an issue closely allied with addiction: Homelessness.


Today, Shepherd's Way operates three ministries and one program. Two of its ministries are geared to helping homeless individuals who live on the streets and in encampments in Southern New Hampshire. One ministry assists needy children. Through its 'Partners Program,' Shepherd's Way provides items to other charitable organizations and groups that seek to help the poor and the homeless.


Since its inception, Shepherd's Way has faced many different challenges and obstacles. It has much to overcome. But, it perseveres in Jesus' name and continues help people in need.

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