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New Hampshire Resources

  • NH Special Medical Services provides medical and financial services to children with physical disabilities, chronic illnesses and special health care needs.
  • NH Early Supports and Services provides family centered services for eligible children from birth to three who are at risk for developmental delays. Find out more about their services, make a referral, or contact your local office.
  • NH Family Ties is a statewide network of families who have children with special needs. This organization connects families to other families who have been there and provides referral and support services.
  • NH Health and Human Services lists all HHS programs, services, and contact information.
  • NH Developmental Disabilities Service System is a network of area agencies and programs that provide statewide support and assistance to individuals with disabilities.
  • NH Partners in Health (PIH) is a community-based program that helps families who have children with chronic health conditions.
  • NH Parent Information Center (PIC) provides information, support, and educational programs for parents, family members, educators, and the community. PIC is a pioneer in promoting effective parent involvement in the special education process.
  • NH Family Voices (NHFV) helps families find support either one-on-one or through workshops. They also have a free lending library of over 1,500 books, videos, and audio tapes with a specialty in children's books on specific conditions and disabilities, sibling relationships, behavior and social issues.
  • NH Family Resource Connection is a special program of the New Hampshire State Library to make available information on all aspects of raising healthy children, especially young children with special needs. Search their lending library, a Directory of Children's Services, and a Family & Youth Development Calendar.
  • New Hampshire Challenge, Inc. publishes a free quarterly newspaper, The New Hampshire Challenge, on disability issues from a family perspective.
  • NH Helpline is a statewide, 24/7 telephone service that provides information, referral, assistance, and crisis intervention services using the NH Help Line Resource Database. (800) 852-3388.
  • NH Servicelink is a statewide network of locally-administered, community-based resources for seniors, adults with disabilities and their families. This is a free service for anyone who needs assistance with an issue relating to a senior member or disabled adult living in the community.
  • VT and NH Resource Map for young children (PDF)
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