About Us

The focus of the Gardner Emergency Housing Mission is providing short-term (3-6 months), transitional housing for families with children in the Gardner schools system. The structure is unique because it eliminates families being relocated or split up to receive shelter. This keeps families in their established, local community and near schools, while maintaining work-life consistency in their time of need.

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My experience with GEHM was very good. They gave me help for my children and for me when I needed it most. I will never forget this help they gave me. Thank you so much.

Who Do We Serve?

  • Families experiencing homelessness who have children in the Gardner Public Schools
  • Parent(s) must be working and have regular income
  • Clean CORI

As of February 1, 2019, GEHM has rented an apartment to house client families. GEHM is able to primarily aid one family at a time. Soft referrals come via the Gardner Public Schools, Care Coordinators. Families identified as being housing insecure, receive an intro letter about GEHM.

board of directors
Back Row: Lisa Richards, Sabrina Kublbeck, Fr. Stephen Lundrigan, Jennifer Gendreau
Front Row: Renee Eldredge, Eileen O’Shea, Mary Tourigny, Tom Doiron, Tina Augeri
Missing: Emily Daugherty

Who We Are – the Board of Directors

    Tina Augeri
    Emily Daugherty
    Tom Doiron
    Renee Eldredge – Program Manager
    Jennifer Gendreau – Clerk
    Sabrina Kublbeck – President
    Fr. Stephen Lundrigan
    Mary Tourigny
    Eileen O’Shea – Treasurer
    Lisa Richards

    Get Involved

    Our goal is to provide temporary shelter while educating families on how to navigate and utilize programs and services in place to help obtain affordable housing within Gardner and/or surrounding areas.