Free Keene, NH
Keene is a small, pleasant city in southwest New Hampshire with a population of roughly 23,000 people. The inhabitants are mostly liberal-leaning but a growing number of libertarians loosely affiliated with The Free State Project and/or Free Keene are making Keene their home. Keene is famous for liberty activism and civil disobedience, including weekly anti-war protests and daily 420 rallies in Central Square. Liberty activists have basically turned the Central Square in the middle of town into a temporary autonomous zone.
Tent City is a place where you can camp for free. The One-Hundred Nights Shelter is a free shelter. It is possible to find crash space with liberty activists.
The Keene Community Kitchen offers free meals and you can volunteer to help out.
Planned parenthood, free clinics, free medical advice, Medicare resources, low-cost clinics, etc.
ACLU, free legal aid/counseling, pro bono attorneys, etc.
420 Everyday Central Square
Keene has nice weather most of the year, but it gets damn cold in the winter. It's a very bikeable city.
Free Talk Live is a libertarian radio talk show hosted in Keene. The Free Keene Press is an underground newspaper produced and distributed by liberty activists.
Keene 411 and Porc 411 are free services you can use to let local liberty activists know if you're getting arrested or harassed by the pigs, so they can come to your aid with video cameras.
None, but it's a fairly small city and you can walk or bike pretty much anywhere.
Free Clothing and Furniture
Free Keene liberty activists tend to be more individualist-anarchist-friendly than anarcho-socialist-friendly, but are peaceful, tolerant folks.