ISN works collaboratively with the Division of Children, Youth and Families to recruit foster and adoptive parents and design creative programs that meet the variety of needs of children and adolescents who come into care.

ISN serves children and adolescents in foster care from a variety of families with diverse backgrounds. These children typically range in age from 4 to 21.

ISN offers the following basic services:

In-Home Supports:
For children and adolescents requiring intensive support in the biological family’s home. These temporary services are designed to develop and enhance the child’s own family and natural supports to decrease the likelihood of an out-of-home placement.

Therapeutic Foster Care:
For children and adolescents removed from their biological homes due to abuse and/or neglect. These youth require specialized foster care and ISO treatment services including: clinical oversight, counseling, case management, advocacy, and on-call residential support.

A continuum of support and preparation for adulthood by providing a permanent family connection for the child or adolescent.

If you would like more information about ISN’s ISO Foster Care Program please contact Jennifer Jaynes at:

For after-hour emergencies contact the Emergency Cellular: (603) 486-9729








Independent Services Network headquarters is located at 309 Pine St., Manchester, NH 
mailing address: P.O. Box 1111, Manchester, NH, 03105
phone (603) 644-3544, fax (603) 644-1066


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