Here are some online resources that you may find useful.
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Statewide organization provides resource facilitation and peer support to survivors of brain injury.
This organization is committed to extending free resources and supportive tools to children and families affected by cerebral palsy.
A program of Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center, CMARS provides accessible recreation opportunities in the Monadnock region.
Provides legal services and other advocacy assistance to persons with disabilities; information/referral.
The designated Area Agency providing supports and services to people with developmental and related disabilities in the southwestern region of New Hampshire.
A non-profit agency that serves people with behavioral health concerns, fostering mental and emotional health, promoting recovery from behavioral challenges and inspiring hope for success.
This association tries to respond to the most urgent needs of the autistic community, providing help so that all affected can reach their full potential.
The mission of the National Down Syndrome Society is to be the national advocate for the value, acceptance and inclusion of people with Down Syndrome.
A federally funded agency that supports public policies and initiatives which remove barriers and
promote opportunities in all areas of life for people with developmental or intellectual disabilities.
Responsible for ensuring school districts provide free and appropriate education to all educationally handicapped students.
Responsible for the safety and well being of NH citizens. Provides or administers services for individuals, children, families, and seniors to meet individual needs including behavioral health, public health, developmental and intellectual disabilities, and substance abuse issues.
Provides information and referral services about laws and regulations that effect citizens with disabilities. Operates the federally funded Client Assistant Program designed to work out problems that may arise between persons with disabilities and the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation.
An state wide association of private agencies providing a range of high quality, cost effective, community-based supports to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and brain disorders.
OAR supports efforts using applied science to answer questions that families, teachers, caregivers confront daily.
State wide self- advocacy organization
Information on Supplemental Security Income (SSI), disability, and related benefits.
Provides sports opportunities for athletes with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
A quarterly newspaper for clients and families who have members with disabilities, addressing disability issues through a family perspective.
The leading source of information on cerebral palsy.
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