The State of New Hampshire should increase its funding to the Department of Health and Human Service’s Bureau of Housing Support budget to bolster emergency housing. Funding is a major barrier to the expansion of emergency housing services. In New Hampshire, the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act has provided significant funds for COVID-19 prevention and response to maintain emergency housing services; however, the funds are temporary, using expensive methods (such as renting motels), and there were existing financial needs before the pandemic. Enacting and maintaining regular, effective, and lower cost strategies to end chronic homelessness, such as Housing First programs, is needed to end current inadequacies.